With advances in Internet and World Wide Web Technologies, the design, implementation and management of Web-based systems and applications has become increasingly important. As more and more resources are available over the internet, effective and efficient tools are in high demand for information consumers/users to locate, manage and exchange disparate information available from different resources. To meet these growing demands, IMTM is focused on dynamic solutions which provides more secure, optimized and stable internet.
The Internet and related digital technologies have spawned the burgeoning growth of an information revolution in health care. Emerging evidence provides support for the beneficial effects of online interactive e-Health programs, although many challenges remain with respect to research approaches to methodology, implementation, and evaluation. IMTM conducts high quality, applied research that aims to improve the quality and safety of health care for individuals and communities by focusing on applied outcomes and active adoption by the health system. IMTM research is currently basically focused on Montenegrin Health Care System, with special interests on integration of experiences and results from internationally developed e-Health systems and technologies.
With advances in Internet and World Wide Web Technologies, a broad array of solutions that enhance knowledge and performance are delivered. E-learning represents a brend widely accepted by almost all participants included in learning process, and for both, learners and teachers, it is one of the fastest growing trends in educational uses of technology. IMTM research activities are performed in different directions (such as, effectiveness analyses, comparison to traditional learning methods, technology supported enhancement, etc) which only by considering together may bring benefits acceptable by both learners, educators, researchers and innovators.
IMTM’s research focuses on software and information technologies, often with a distinguishing interest on human aspects. Our research programs are characterized by collaborative work spanning emphases. They are carried out by multiple Faculties in different schools/universities, leveraging a variety of perspectives. Our projects encompass multiple activities, and focus on building technologies and addressing actual problems in practice. Our work is empirically grounded through cooperative research partnerships with industry. Such partnerships take many forms, including field site studies, technology transition, industry-sponsored research, and industry partners on proposals.
The need for professionals in the field of cyber forensics, cyber investigations, and cyber-based policy and law is ever present and ever growing. What was once primarily a concern of providing security to individual computers now stretches into the realm of providing security for protection of our nations infrastructures, protection of our homeland from sophisticated criminals and terrorists, protection of our children from on-line predators and pedophiles, and prevention of these groups from using the Internet and Internet technology to further their agenda. IMTM conducts research in the areas of Data and Applications Security, Programming Language Security and Network Security. IMTM plans, coordinates, manages, and conducts activities to secure the cyberspace; works with relevant research organizations, critical infrastructure operators and developers at national and European level.
A wide variety of technology has been created to diminish or eliminate barriers faced by people with disabilities, especially barriers related to computers and technology. Hardware and software tools–known as assistive technology– can aid in tasks such as reading and writing documents, communicating with others, and searching for information online. As the types of assistive technology expand, and as mainstream technologies become more accessible, students and employees with disabilities are more and more capable of handling a wider range of activities independently. Still, people with disabilities continue to face a variety of barriers to computer use.