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Information Systems Group


The Information Systems Group (775.02) develops and validates novel computational methods, data/knowledge mining tools, and semantic services using systems-based approaches, to advance measurement science and standards in areas such as complex biological systems, translational medicine, materials discovery, and voting, thus improving the transparency and efficacy of decision support systems.

Group Leader: Mary Brady


Computational Science in Bio-metrology—Computational Science in Biological Metrology (CS in Bio Metrology) project is about Computational Science and Biology Delivering Measurements with Statistical Significance and Repeatability. The …

Computational Methods for Materials Science—The design of innovative materials is an essential task to advance fields such as medicine, optics, and mechatronics.   Nano-materials are extremely valuable to enhance fundamental material …

NIST Materials Resource Registry—The goal of Materials Genome Initiative is to accelerate the United States' ability to discover, develop, manufacture, and deploy advanced materials by a factor of two, at a fraction of the cost. …

Materials Data and Informatics—The Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) will create a new era of materials innovation that will serve as a foundation for strengthening domestic materials-related industries. The goal of MGI is to …

Metrics for Manipulation and Enhancements of Forensic Images—Latent fingerprints are, by definition, left unintentionally and are obtained using diverse physical and chemical techniques. It follows that the initial fingerprint image quality can be very poor. …


General Information:
Mary Brady, Group Leader
301-975-4094 Telephone
301-975-6097 Facsimile

100 Bureau Drive, M/S 8970
Gaithersburg, MD 20899