Data analysis and visualisation for Deutsche Welle

Within a research collaboration with Deutsche Welle (DW), our student assistants Max Botta, Marcel Pleyer and Tobias Reumann developed under supervision of Prof. Dr. Kai Eckert a data analysis and visualisation tool that helps DW editors to manage and optimise the dw.com website with a high volume of daily articles in 30 languages.

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How is your mood during the Corona Crisis?

Tue, May 12, 2020

Our third semester information science students develped a barometer app within the lecture “Web Programming” by Prof. Eckert. It is publicly available and can be used to get a quick feedback to a question like “How are you today?”.

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Benjamin Schnabel joins WISS

Wed, April 15, 2020

We welcome Benjamin Schnabel as new doctoral student in our group. He aims at conducting a doctoral thesis in Digital Humanities, at the intersection of Jewish Studies and Information Science/Computer Science.

Marco Rovera joins WISS

Sat, June 1, 2019

We welcome Marco Rovera as new postdoctoral research fellow in our group. Currently he is supporting us in the preparation of the new Institute for Artificial Intelligence, from September, he will work on our FID Judaica project.