Humanistic and Social Informatics focus on the one hand on the application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) to the extraction, representation and processing of humanistic and social data that is derived from the respective scientific and artistic areas, like Psychology, Linguistics, History, Archaeology, Philosophy, Anthropology, Social Studies, Music and Arts. On the other hand, they employ methodologies adapted from these scientific and artistic areas in order to supply ICT products and services with optimum quality and a human-centered perspective.

The Humanistic and Social Informatics Laboratory interests lie within educational, research and development activities in the areas of Cultural Informatics, Music Informatics, History Informatics, Computational Linguistics, Game Software Design and Development, Multimedia, Virtual Reality, Image Processing, ICT in Education, Knowledge Representation and Management, Computer-supported Cooperative Systems, Ubiquitous Computing, Digital Media, Semantic Space Modeling, Web Sentiment Analysis, and the Semantic Web.


Winners of Nikolaos Bourbakis Award for 2022

G. Drakopoulos, E. Kafeza, Ph. Mylonas, H. A. Katheeri, Higher Order Trust Ranking of LinkedIn Accounts with Iterative Matrix Methods, International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools (IJAIT), Vol. 31, No. 07, November 2022,


 Deep Learning for Fake News Detection in a Pairwise Textual Input Schema, Despoina Mouratidis, Maria Nefeli Nikiforos, Katia Lida Kermanidis, Computation 2021, 9(2), 20; doi:10.3390computation9020020



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Department of Informatics

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