Department of Informatics – DDIS


Department of Informatics – DDIS

  • ViSTA-TV Talk at EDF published on

    The ViSTA-TV overview talk presented by Abraham Bernstein at the  European Data Forum (EDF) in Athens on March 19, was just published by If you want to see it just click on the image below.  More...
  • ViSTA-TV at the European Data Conference and Abraham Bernstein on Greek TV

    Last week DDIS representatives visited the European Data Forum (EDF) in Athens. Apart from many personal and informal interactions with other forum participants the project was presented in two different contexts. On March 19, Abraham Bernstein gave a overview talk about ViSTA-TV. The talk was filmed by but has not been posted yet. We will be posting […]More...
  • Crowdsourcing Research at DDIS shown on Swiss TV

    In the context of the Crowdsorucing effort to find the Malaysia Airlines Flight 239 airplane Swiss national television SRF interviewed Professor Abraham Bernstein. The interview was partially aired in the evening news shows 10vor10 and published in an article on their website.  Due to its relationship with DDIS research on CrowdLang Prof. Bernstein was asked to comment […]More...
  • City of Zurich Publishes Report on eZurich

    The city of Zurich published its report on the eZurich project kicked off in the fall 2010. DDIS was majorly involved in the project by guiding the setup of the first Swiss Open Government Data website at The full report, which also mentions UZH is available here: eZuerich StandortbestimmungMore...
  • MOOC Effort mentioned on UZH Homepage

    The DDIS MOOC effort was mentioned on the UZH Home-Page yesterday. The UZH News-Entry highlights the opportunity that MOOCs might offer to increase the interactivity of traditional classroom settings.More...

Dynamic and Distributed Information Systems Group

DDIS Group Photo
DDIS Group Photo

Welcome to the home-page of the Dynamic and Distributed Information Systems Group

We focus on research in the areas of:

  • Semantic Web / Linked Open Data
  • Machine Learning
  • Human Computer Interaction

and the combinations of the above. 

Please explore our new home-page using the menu on the left or look at the news on the right.

We will try to port incerasing amounts of our old home-page, which is available here.