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Data & Knowledge Engineering Group

The main focus of the research group Data & Knowledge Engineering is the development of methods for interactive information retrieval and exploration. Besides the design of adaptive user interfaces, one research topic is the development of methods to adapt a retrieval system dynamically to the needs and interests of the user. This involves the development of methods, that monitor and analyse the behaviour of individual users to obtain information about their needs and interests. This information will be used to reorganise the structure and the presentation of the considered document collection and search results in order to support users individually. In our offered courses we convey students a basic introduction in used technologies and offer manifold possibilities for collaboration in current research projects.

3rd IEEE International Conference on Human-Machine Systems 2022

08.04.2022 -

The 3rd IEEE International Conference on Human-Machine Systems (ICHMS) will be held in Orlando, Florida, USA during November 17-19, 2022 as a hybrid event. ICHMS will provide opportunities for the academic and industrial communities to address new challenges, share solutions, and discuss future research directions in the important area of Human-Machines Systems. ICHMS specifically covers contributions on research related to integrated human/machine systems at multiple scales, and includes areas such as human/machine interaction; cognitive ergonomics and engineering; assistive/companion technologies; human/machine system modeling, testing and evaluation; and fundamental issues of measurement and modeling of human-centered phenomena in engineered systems.

https://www.ise.ufl.edu/ichms2022/

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Dissertation Defence Michael Kotzyba

21.01.2022 -

On 24.02.2022 we had the third dissertation defense this year: Michael Kotzyba defended his research on "User Behavior Models for Exploratory Information Seeking" in a hybrid session. We had all members of the dissertation committee on-site: chairwoman Prof. Dr. Sanaz Mostaghim, the reviewers Prof. Dr. Andreas Nürnberger, Prof. Dr. Ernesto De Luca and Prof. Dr. Birger Larsen from Denmark as well as Prof. Dr. Bernhard Preim as further member. All others, unfortunately, had to participate online. We congratulate you sincerely, Michael. Thanks a lot also for the nice barbecue afterwards!

 

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Dissertation Defence Thomas Low

21.01.2022 -

On 21.01.2022, Thomas Low has successfully defended his disseration with the topic "Towards Combining Search and Exploration - Escaping the Filter Bubble through Map-based Exploration". The dissertation committee was as follows: chairwoman Prof. Dr. Myra Spiliopoulou, the reviewers Prof. Dr. Andreas Nürnberger, Ass. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hürst and Prof. Dr. Stéphane Marchand-Maillet as well as Prof. Dr. Stefan Schirra as further member. We congratulate you sincerely, Thomas!

 

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Dissertation Defence Jiahua Xu

19.01.2022 -

On 19.01.2022, Jiahua Xu has successfully defended his dissertation with the topic "Noninvasive Brain Stimulation and Visual Field Decoding for Vision Recovery in Patients with Occipital Brain Damage". The dissertation committee was as follows: chairwoman Prof. Dr. Sanaz Mostaghim, the reviewers Prof. Dr. Andreas Nürnberger, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Sabel and Prof. Dr. Huiguang He as well as Prof. Dr. Bernhard Preim as further member. We congratulate you sincerly, Jiahua!

 

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