Designed and developed by Monidipa Das. Published and maintained by ISI KolkataAbout the Hub ContactLatest News Cyber physical system (CPS) generates huge volumes of data continuously. The success of any CPS system depends on fast and reliable processing of this data. Our technology innovation hub (TIH) is primarily dedicated to conduct research on the development of real time and decentralized efficient computational models for data analysis of the CPS in order to learn and adapt to the changing dynamics of  the environment. 

The central research theme of this initiative is Data Science (DS). DS is an amalgamation of methodologies from statistics, mathematics, computer science, data analysis and other related subjects in order to scientifically analyze and extract relevant information from data. The underlying complexity and the computational challenge grow as the data expands in every aspect (with respect to volume, velocity, variety, veracity etc) and becomes “Big Data” (BD). The hub is dedicated to develop techniques and tools to address some of the challenges in DS. The main goal is to process scientifically and gather insights from the data obtained from different domains. We aim to develop our research into several application areas like:
  • Smart agriculture
  • Video surveillance
  • Smart healthcare
  • Smart city and village design
  • Social data analytics
  • Environmrnt and climate monitoring
  • Earth sciences
Technology Innovation Hub
6th Floor, R.A. Fisher Bhavan
Indian Statistical Institute (ISI)
203 B. T. Road, Kolkata
India-700108
Email: tihisi@isical.ac.in
  • Ten (10) positions for Project linked Junior Research Fellows is available. Application process closes on May 14, 2021

  • One (01) post of Project Manager is available. Application process closes on April 15, 2021

Technology Innovation Hub (TIH)
on
Data Science, Big Data Analytics, and Data Curation

Established at:
Indian Statistical Institute (ISI),
Kolkata, India

Funded by:
Department of Science and Technology (DST),
Govt. of India