Welcome to the site of the Information Management Unit
The Information Management Unit is a multi-disciplinary Unit engaged in research and development activities in information Technology Management. IMU is a research unit of ICCS (Institute of Communication and Computer Systems), which was established in 1989 by the Ministry of Education and the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens, Greece.
The mission of IMU is to enable the development of knowledge-driven organisations. We design, develop and validate innovative models, methods and tools that leverage the creation, sharing and use of information and knowledge at the individual, team and organisational levels. IMU promotes scientific results to enable value creation in e-government and e-business. Our work encompasses applied research and is multi-disciplinary in nature. We adopt field-based and action research approaches.
The technologies we work with include:
- Knowledge & semantic technologies
- Service and Process Engineering
- Decision Management
Our application domains are:
- Digital Enterprise Systems
- Electronic Governance Systems
- Collaborative and Social Systems
Read more about our approach and research in the Research section of our site.
We participate in research and development projects that are funded by:
- the Horizon 2020 Research Framework program of the European Union (previously FP7, FP6, etc)
- the Information Society Operational Programme of Greece (Ministry of Economy and Finance) and
- the Greek Secretariat on Research and Technology (Ministry of Development).
You may download a short presentation of our research activities.
IMU is a member of STI International , a collaborative association of scientific, industrial and government parties which share the vision of establishing semantics in modern computer engineering.
IMU is a member of the Networked European Software and Systems Initiative (NESSI), the European Technology platform dedicated to Software and Services. IMU contributes to the Semantic Technologies, BPM and Service Science Working Groups.
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