Project partners

OMINO project consists of the Coordinator and six Beneficiaries - these are the entities that particiapte in the budget obtained from the European Commission and threfore can send researchers for secondments as well as act as hosts for secondees. Their representatives form Project Management Committee that oversees Project implementation. They are supported by Associated Partners (AP), who can act as hosts. University of Wolverhampton is a special Partner - although it formally belongs to AP, UoW posseses its own budget obtained from UKRI (UK Research and Innovation) and thus is also able to second its researchers.

Project coordinator


Warsaw University of Technology

Warsaw (PL)
  • Project management and coordination
  • Ethics requirements
  • Agent-based networked information overload models
  • Data mining methods
  • Strategies to mitigate information overload



Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

Wrocław (PL)
  • Collecting real-life data on information overload
  • Measuring emotion and affective states

Bar-Ilan University

Ramat Gan (IL)
  • Agent-based modelling
  • Neurophysiological measurements
  • Noise-to-signal ratios

Modul University Gmbh

Vienna (AT)
  • Empirical analysis of fairness in information retrieval
  • Improving recommendation algorithms
  • Analysis of socio-psychological findings in modelling of choices

Slovenian Press Agency

Ljubljana (SLO)
  • Practical use of results in news handling
  • Project results dissemination
  • Contribution to developing a debiased news story recommendation tool

Lebiniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Cologne (DE)
  • Integration of various metrics and scientometrics into the recommendation and filtering process

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology

Haifa (IL)
  • Examining neural mechanisms and brain dynamics related to information overload

Associated partners


University of Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton (GB)
  • Creating an interactive document and data set search engine
  • Developing its sentiment analysis software

Nanyang Technological University

Singapore (SG)
  • Sentiment analysis and emotion recognition

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Troy, NY (USA)
  • Data-driven and analytical modeling of multiscale IOL
  • Feedback in model formulation

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Tokyo (JP)
  • Providing a multicultural dimension and global perspective to the analysis of cognitive and psyschological capacities related to information overload

University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame, IN (USA)
  • Processing of physiological signals from wearables
  • Large-scale data studies
  • Commercialization and gesign of computing research processes

University of New Hampshire

Durham, NH (USA)
  • Intersection of information retrieval
  • Semantic annotations and machine learning

APA Informations Technologie

Vienna (AT)
  • Automatic categorisation and classification of content
  • Entity and face recognition
  • Article recognition
  • Automatic summarization and clustering

University of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh, PA (USA)
  • Constructing user profiles
  • Computing personalised information visualisation and exploration tools

University of Cambridge

Cambridge (UK)
  • Information overload in genetics

Beihang University

Beijing (CN)
  • Information spread using Weiboo and Twitter datasets

Jiangsu University

Zhenjiang (CN)
  • Textual and topic data
  • Parellel computing

University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA (USA)
  • Models of emotions
  • Information flow in social networks

University of California Davis

Davis, CA (USA)
  • Percolation theory
  • Information cascades in complex networks

University of Technology Sydney

Sydney (AU)
  • Spreading processes
  • Hawkes processes

Zeta Alpha Vector B.V.

Amsterdam (NL)
  • Solutions for information discovery
  • Genrative AI applications