Prof. Dr. Han van der Aa
Prof. Dr. Christian Bizer
Prof. Dr. Rainer Gemulla
Prof. Dr. Goran Glavaš
Prof. Dr. Simone Paolo Ponzetto
Prof. Dr. Heiko Paulheim
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Margret Keuper
Prof. Dr. Heiner Stuckenschmidt
Postdoctoral Research Fellows
Dr. Tobias Weller
Dr. Ines Rehbein
Dr. Ioana Hulpus
Dr. Melisachew Wudage Chekol
Dr. Christian Meilicke
Dr. Federico Nanni
Fabian David Schmidt
Affiliated PhD Students
Dr. Taha Alhersh
Dr. Jakob Huber
Dr. Timo Sztyler
Dr. Dmitry Ustalov
Dr. Oliver Lehmberg
Dr. Yaser Oulabi
Web-based Systems (Prof. Bizer)
Data Analytics (Prof. Gemulla)
Web Data Mining (Prof. Paulheim)
Natural Language Processing and Information Retrieval (Prof. Ponzetto)
Artificial Intelligence (Prof. Stuckenschmidt)
Master Thesis Topics in Artificial Intelligence
Process Analytics (Prof. Van der Aa)
MMDS Industry Partner Network
Courses for Master Candidates
IE 500 Data Mining
IE 560 Decision Support
IE 650 Semantic Web Technologies
IE 661 Text Analytics
IE 663 Information Retrieval and Web Search
IE 670 Web Data Integration
IE 671 Web Mining
IE 672 Data Mining 2
IE 674 Hot Topics in Machine Learning
IE 675 Machine Learning
IE 676 Network Analysis
IE 689 Relational Learning
CS 460 Database Technology
CS 560 Large-Scale Data Management
CS 646 Higher Level Computer Vision
CS 647 Image Processing
CS 704 Social Simulation Seminar
CS 707 Data and Web Science Seminar
CS 709 Text Analytics Seminar
CS 710 Seminar Research on Wikipedia
CS 715: Large-Scale Data Integration Seminar
CS 717 Seminar Computer Vision
CS 718 AI and Data Science in Fiction and Society
CS 719 Process Analysis Seminar (FSS 2021)
IE 677 Advanced Process Mining
Courses for Bachelor Candidates
Praktische Informatik II
Einführung in Data Science
Wirtschaftsinformatik für WiPäds
Wirtschaftsinformatik für BaKuWis
Courses for PhD Candidates
Computational Text Analysis
Uni Mannheim Process Mining Meet-ups
University of Mannheim
Data and Web Science Group
DWS Area: Data Science
Paper on Large-Scale Dataset Collection from Twitter accepted
Our paper „Collecting a Large Scale Dataset for Classifying Fake News Tweets Using Weak Supervision“ has been accepted for publication in Future Internet.
CaLiGraph version 2.0 released
CaLiGraph is an open knowledge graph extracted from categories, tables, and listings in Wikipedia.
Paper on Web Table Classification accepted at ICWE 2021
Our paper „Web Table Classification based on Visual Features“ has been accepted at the International Conference on Web Engineering.
Knowledge Graph Extension for Python
A team of DWS students has developed a Knowledge Graph extension for Python.
Paper accepted at The Web Conference 2021
Our paper „Information Extraction From Co-Occurring Similar Entities“ has been accepted at The Web Conference 2021.
Job Offer: PostDoc Position in Machine Learning on Knowledge Graphs (m/
The Data and Web Science Group at University of Mannheim has a job opening at the Chair for Data Science for a PostDoc in the H2020 project Teaming.AI, which explores the cooperation of humans and AIs in Smart Manufacturing settings. For this project, we are looking for a PostDoc to work on the ...
Team from Uni Mannheim among Top 10 in Data Mining Competition
The Data Mining Cup is an annual data mining competition for student teams from all over the world. As in the previous years, students attending the Data Mining 2 course taught by Prof. Heiko Paulheim also took part in the Data Mining Cup 2020. As usual, the Data Mining Cup was very competitive, but ...
Two New Projects on Social Impacts of AI Started
As part of a new research program for the common good-oriented handling of artificial intelligence (AI) three projects of the University of Mannheim are funded by the Baden-Württemberg Foundation.
Heiko Paulheim gives keynote talk at AICS 2019
On December 5th, Heiko Paulheim has given a keynote speech at the 27th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS 2019) in Galway, Ireland, titled „Beyond DBpedia and YAGO – The New Kids on the Knowledge Graph Block“. The talk introduced two recent knowledge graph ...
CaLiGraph v1.0 released
The first version of CaLiGraph, an extensive knowledge graph extracted from categories and list pages in Wikipedia, has been released.
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