The Complex Information Systems Lab (CISL) is focused on projects that combine hardware (electronics devices, including custom build PCB’s, mechanical devices, enclosures), with algorithms and software (data filtering, processing, machine learning, communication protocols) in order to address challenges in non-IT industries, including: medical applications, agriculture, power energetics, smart cities, industrial plants and others. CISL works towards exploiting the power of big data analytics and machine learning by building devices capable of acquiring new types of physical data. The synergy between new types of data and ML opens a large exploration space - ample opportunities for innovation, research and development, economic growth - all centered on data driven decisions. The Complex Information Systems laboratory staff is composed of 6 faculty members and researchers (post-doc and PhD students), and two collaborators with expertise in hardware manufacturing. They are the authors for more than 62 scientific publications in high ranked conferences and journals.