New Project Funded by German Foundation for Peace Research
The German Foundation for Peace Research funds a new project on hate speech analysis on Twitter.
Paper accepted at AKBC
Our paper “Gollum: A Gold Standard for Large Scale Multi Source Knowledge Graph Matching” has been accepted at the 4th Conference on Automated Knowledge Graph Construction.
Best Paper Award at Semantics
Our paper “On a Generalized Framework for Time-Aware Knowledge Graphs”, co-authored by Franz Krause, Tobias Weller, and Heiko Paulheim, has been awarded the best paper award at this year's Semantics conference.
Jan Portisch has defended his PhD thesis
Jan Portisch has successfully defended his PhD thesis titled “Exploiting General-Purpose Background Knowledge for Automated Schema Matching” on August 25th.
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!  ...
Anna Primpeli has successfully defended her PhD Thesis
Anna Primpeli has successfully defended her PhD thesis titled “Reducing the Labeling Effort for Entity Resolution using Distant Supervision and Active Learning” today.
Paper accepted in ECML-PKDD 2022: Start Small, Think Big: On Hyperparameter Optimization for Large-Scale Knowledge Graph Embeddings
The paper “Start Small, Think Big: On Hyperparameter Optimization for Large-Scale Knowledge Graph Embeddings” by Adrian Kochsiek, Fritz Niesel, and Rainer Gemulla has been accepted at the 2022 ECML-PKDD European Conference on Machine Learning and Principles and Practice of Knowledge Discovery in ...
Best Poster Award at ESWC 2022
The paper “Walk this Way! Entity Walks and Property Walks for RDF2vec” by Jan Portisch and Heiko Paulheim has won the best poster award at ESWC 2022.
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” ...