University of the AegeanWebsite:

Nestled in the Aegean Archipelago, the University of the Aegean stands as a beacon of international research and innovation. With a deep-rooted commitment to societal advancement, this institution draws inspiration from the rich history of the region, known as the ancient cradle of knowledge. At the heart of its academic endeavors lies the Department of Product and Systems Design Engineering (DPSD), dedicated to the integrated design of products and systems. Leveraging a diverse array of arts and sciences, the DPSD fosters creativity and embraces emerging technologies. Its research unit specializes in Interactive Systems design, Media Design, Human-Computer Interaction, and a host of other interdisciplinary fields. As part of the domusBITae initiative, members of the university, including Charalampos Alifieris and Modestos Stavrakis from DPSD, have contributed to the development of web systems.


University of LeónWebsite:

Situated in the northwest of the autonomous community of Castilla y León, Spain, the University of León is renowned for its excellence in information technologies. Since 2010, it has championed the domusBITae initiative, supported by the Spanish Ministry of Science, to foster an open community in information studies. As part of its commitment, the University of León provides support to IS4SI for hosting its web content management system. Notably, IS4SI member J.M. Díaz serves as a lecturer at ULE.



The BITrum interdisciplinary research group, established with the aim of clarifying information conceptually and theoretically, is dedicated to incorporating diverse perspectives and preserving various interests. Originating from the First International Meeting of Experts in Information Theories, BITrum symbolizes the fusion of the information unit “BIT” and the Latin term “vitrum,” signifying a spectrum of colors. Collaborating with institutions across Europe, America, and Asia, BITrum has been instrumental in advancing the domusBITae initiative, striving to enhance interdisciplinary studies in information through a virtual research and educational center. The Science of Information Institute’s website serves as a pivotal platform for collaborative work in information studies, marking the initial phase of the domusBITae infrastructure. Noteworthy members of both IS4SI and BITrum include J.M. Díaz Nafría, P. Fleissner, W. Hofkirchner, G. Dodig-Crnkovic, E. Buchanan, and L. Bruni.

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