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Seminar für Künstliche Intelligenz

Winter and summer semester

Research Seminar "Knowledge-based and Distributed Information Systems"

Supervisor: Prof. Wolfgang Nejdl | Start: every semester, by appointment


Short description: The seminar is aimed at students interested in science in the M.Sc. Study, as well as at Ph.D. Computer engineering and engineering, computer engineering and systems, internet technologies, smart systems. The aim of the seminar is to discuss the scientific work within the scope of a doctoral program. The basis of the lectures and elaborations are therefore concrete scientific questions. The thesis includes the preparation of the relevant literature for a specific topic as well as the scientific processing of these research questions.

In order to ensure intensive support during the seminar, the number of participants in the seminar is limited. The participants should have relevant lectures in the field to be treated. Ongoing work (as part of a master's thesis, diploma thesis or dissertation) can and should be incorporated into the work within the seminar.

Topics in the current semester include

  • Search engine and ranking procedures
  • Semantic Web and metadata
  • Information retrieval algorithms
  • Data mining
  • Social web
  • Human Computation and Crowdsourcing

Other topics can be included by appointment.

The seminar has two SWS for the fields of study

  • computer science
  • Mathematics / computer science
  • Electrical Engineering / Technical Computer Science

eligible, as well as additional deepening and supervision in the context of a dissertation study in the mentioned topic ranges meaningfully.

In the SS20 the seminar takes place Thursdays at 14 o'clock in the multimedia room in the Appelstraße 9a, 15th floor. Current information on the specific dates will be published via the mailing list.

We meet in the L3S two to three days a week. If you would like to join the research seminar, please send a short email to Wolfgang Nejdl .

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We will have our first meeting (online) this semester (Thursday, April 23rd, 2020).

Note: The students that want to be added to the mailing list of the course, please send an e-mail to Erick Elejalde stating your interest. We want to use this list as an additional method to notify any relevant information.