The Software Engineering and Internet Technologies Laboratory (SEIT) lab is part of the Computer Science Department of the University of Cyprus. The lab focuses its research activities on two important areas of Information Technology, namely Software Engineering and Internet Technologies. In the first area, SEIT focuses on Cloud Computing, Service Oriented Architectures, Context-Aware Middleware Platforms and Smart and Mobile Computing for the development of pervasive, self-adaptive applications and Smart IoT services. In the second area, the Laboratory concentrates on the development of ICT-enabled Environments, platforms and tools for implementing Health monitoring and support services, Smart and Personalised services for Elders, Assistive Technologies for people with disabilities and Creativity services. The lab also pursues activities related to Technology Enhanced Learning, E-Business, E-Government and developing environments for elders' social inclusion, active ageing and independent living. Finally, the lab's research is also related to Creativity, Recommender Systems and Crowd Sourcing.

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Conferences

The SEIT lab has organized/will organize the following conferences: 2019 The 27th ACM Conference On...

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Publications

Journals I. Kilanioti and G. A. Papadopoulos, 'Content delivery simulations supported by social...

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People

Academic Staff Post Doctoral Researchers Research Associates Students and Past interns

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ON-GOING PROJECTS

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News

Recommender systems are software tools able to discover the necessary knowledge about users...

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The Software Engineering and Internet Technologies (SEIT) laboratory cordially invites you to an:...

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The INFORM Days are aimed not only at the judiciary, the legal practitioners, and court staff, but...

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Goal: Help entrepreneurs utilise ICT technologies for their businesses online, in compliance with...

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Energy poverty, in general terms, represents the inability of a household to secure adequate...

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