Paper Accepted for AAAI-23
We are happy to announce that the Paper “Online Random Feature Forests for Learning in Varying Feature Spaces” by Christian Schreckenberger, Yi He, Stefan Lüdtke, Christian Bartelt and Heiner Stuckenschmidt has been accepted for AAAI 2023 (Acceptance rate 19.6%)    
New Project on eLearning Innovation at the AI Group
In courses, all participants are usually provided with identical learning materials, regardless of previous knowledge and ability. As part of the project, a recommendation system is to be developed and tested in two different courses, which provides students with additional materials such as ...
New Project on Machine Learning for Supply Chain Optimization
The KISync research project aims to investigate how methods of artificial intelligence (AI) must be applied to solve the decision problems of different processes in the synchronize operational supply chain planning under the influence of uncertainties. Included is primarily intended to support ...
New Project on AI-based Management of Planning and Construction Documents
The digitization and optimization of active processes in the construction industry using methods of artificial intelligence is of strategic interest for those involved in construction. The aim of this project application is the development of an AI-based system for the semantic classification and ...
Lea Cohausz receives Best Paper Award at EDM 2022
Lea Cohausz has received an award for the best student shart paper at the 15th International Conference on Educational Data Mining for her work on “Towards Real Interpretability of Student Success Prediction Combining Methods of XAI and Social Science”. Congratulations!  ...
Two Papers accepted for IJCAI 2022
We are happy that the following papers have been accepted for the 31st International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence July 23–29, 2022 in Vienna (Acceptance Rate: 15%): Patrick Betz, Christian Meilicke and Heiner Stuckenschmidt: “Adversarial Explanations for Knowledge Graph Embeddings” ...
Paper Accepted for the “Information Systems” Journal
We are happy to announce that the paper “Exploiting Label Semantics for Rule-based Activity Recommendation in Business Process Modeling” by Diana Sola, Han van der Aa, Christian Meilicke and Heiner Stuckenschmidt has been accepted for the “Information Systems” Journal ( The paper can be found at: ...
Two Papers accepted at ESWC 2022
We are happy to announce that the papers “Impact of the Characteristics of Multi-Source Entity Matching Tasks on the Performance of Active Learning Methods” by Anna Primpeli and Christian Bizer and the paper “Supervised Knowledge Aggregation for Knowledge Graph Completion” by Patrick Betz, Christian ...
Paper accepted for NeurIPS 2021
The paper “Efficient Learning of Discrete-Continuous Computation Graphs” by David Friede and Mathias Niepert (NEC Research Labs) has been accepted for the 35th Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS 2021).
Fulbright Scholarship for Michael Pernpeintner
Michael Pernpeinter, PhD Student in the AI Group successfully applied for a Fulbrigth Scholarship to visit Texas A&M University and work with Prof. Guni Sharon on Governance of Autonomous Multi-Agent Systems.