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ISDB Research Lab
Room: G.2.8
2nd Floor, G Block

Head
Annika Hinze
hinze[at]waikato.ac.nz
Room: G.2.26

Department of Computer Science
University of Waikato
Private Bag 3105
Hamilton 3240
New Zealand

tel: +64-7-858-4052

The Information Systems and Databases (ISDB) group at Waikato conducts research in mobile information access, location-based systems and health informatics. It targets application-oriented and fundamental research issues in the areas of event-driven systems and semantic analysis.

 

Topics:

  • Semantic analysis and annotation
  • Document provenance
  • Augmented memory systems
  • Mobile location-based access

We welcome requests concerning cooperations, further projects, student projects and doctor thesis.
Have a look at latest news on our research projects and publications.

 

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Our mobile app for Cambridge Museum and Historical Society will launch tomorrow. Get the app for iPhone or Android.
More information here: isdb.cms.waikato.ac.nz/cambridge-museum-app/
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Our mobile app for Cambridge Museum and Historical Society will launch tomorrow. Get the app for iPhone or Android. 
More information here: isdb.cms.waikato.ac.nz/cambridge-museum-app/

Seminar at Victoria: A Snapshot of Information Seeking & Use in the Waikato

Nic Vanderschantz gives a presentation at the School of Information Management tomorrow (21 Nov, 2pm)

Abstract: Contemporary information seeking and use can be identified in a number sectors of daily life by users in their youth as well as their later years. Researchers at Waikato have investigated both youth and adult information users in a range of daily contexts. This seminar will briefly overview a small selection of recent and ongoing projects being worked on by researchers in the Information Systems and Databases Group at the University of Waikato. User-centred design approaches to information search interfaces, location-based mobile apps, and augmented books will be discussed.
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Seminar at Victoria: A Snapshot of Information Seeking & Use in the Waikato 

Nic Vanderschantz gives a presentation at the School of Information Management tomorrow (21 Nov, 2pm)

Abstract: Contemporary information seeking and use can be identified in a number sectors of daily life by users in their youth as well as their later years. Researchers at Waikato have investigated both youth and adult information users in a range of daily contexts. This seminar will briefly overview a small selection of recent and ongoing projects being worked on by researchers in the Information Systems and Databases Group at the University of Waikato. User-centred design approaches to information search interfaces, location-based mobile apps, and augmented books will be discussed.