The Centre for INformation SYstems and TEchno-culture (INSYTE) is an interdisciplinary, cross-school research centre in the field of information systems and organizations. In 2006 INSYTE was one of the largest research groups in the Institute of Technology (now Technological University) sector in terms of postgraduate numbers. INSYTE offers a combination of part-time and full-time research programmes and can accommodate international students located overseas.
Based on research since 1991, INSYTE’s prime focus is high quality, scholarly output at the cutting edge of emerging digital paradigms in systems and technologies and their social impact. The centre brings together a range of disciplines from across the university to tackle pressing challenges of the emerging digital paradigm. We offer deep insights into how technological and social systems can be co-designed in an ethical way to deliver sustainable performance. In the past two years a major focus of our work has been the development of human-machine intelligence systems using smart data systems and human-centred systems design. computing and engineering, as well as diversity and marginalisation in the digital society.
Technologies and Methodologies:
- Smart Data and Metadata Standardisation
- Machine Intelligence
- 2D and 3D Digitisation Techniques
Indicative Areas of Publication:
- Intelligent Human-Machine Systems Engineering and Methods
- Smart Data and Data Science
- Digital Cultural Heritage
- Diversity, Inclusion and Exclusion
- Knowledge Management