Team WBSG wins ACM SIGMOD Programming Contest 2022
We are happy to announce that team WBSG consisting of the PhD students Alexander Brinkmann and Ralph Peeters has won the ACM SIGMOD Programming Contest 2022. Altogether 55 teams from all over the world participated in the contest.
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 in SIGMOD 2022: NuPS: A Parameter Server for Machine Learning with Non-Uniform Parameter Access
The paper “NuPS: A Parameter Server for Machine Learning with Non-Uniform Parameter Access” by Alexander Renz-Wieland, Rainer Gemulla, Zoi Kaoudi, and Volker Markl  has been accepted at the 2022 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data. Abstract: Parameter servers (PSs) ...
Paper accepted in PVLDB 2022: Parallel Training of Knowledge Graph Embedding Models: A Comparison of Techniques
The paper “Parallel Training of Knowledge Graph Embedding Models: A Comparison of Techniques” by Adrian Kochsiek and Rainer Gemulla has been accepted at the 2022 Proceedings of the VLDB Endowment (PVLDB). Abstract: Knowledge graph embedding (KGE) models represent the entities and relations of a ...
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).
3.5 Papers Accepted for ACL!
Four papers by DWS authors have been accepted for ACL, the #1 publication venue for the research area of Natural Language Processing (NLP).
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.
Paper accepted at ISWC 2021
Our paper “Background Knowledge in Schema Matching: Strategy vs. Data” has been accepted at the 20th International Semantic Web Conference. The paper has been co-authored by Jan Portisch, Michael Hladik, and Heiko Paulheim. In the paper, we have conducted a number of controlled experiments with ...