Colloquium FSS2019

Our colloquium takes place every Tuesday at 12:00 in B6, A1.01. The colloquium is a joint event of Prof. Stuckenschmidt, Prof. Bizer, Prof. Paulheim, Prof. Ponzetto and Prof. Gemulla.

The colloquium allows PhD students to present their work. Talks should be given in English.

Format suggestion for PhD talks: 20 min results presentation + 20 min discussion

Date

Presenter

Title

12.02

Kiril Gashteovski OPIEC: An Open Information Extraction Corpus
   

19.02

Manuel Fink Explaining Table Differences Under Missing Alignment
Yaser Oulabi Using Weak Supervision to Generate Training Data for Long-Tail Entity Extraction

26.02

Taha Alhersh On the Combination of IMU and Optical Flow for Action Recognition (Paper presentation)
Alexander Diete Vision and Acceleration Modalities: Partners for Recognizing Complex Activities (Paper presentation)
Melisachew Wudage Chekol Time Travel Queries in RDF Archives
05.03 Nicolas Heist  
Johannes Busse How can we foster ElasticNet model generation by adding semantic background knowledge?

12.03

Graeme Hirst Classifying Verbal Autopsy Records by Cause of Death 
using Neural Networks and Temporal Reasoning
Anne Lauscher Injecting (Clean) Lexico-Semantic Knowledge into Unsupervised Pre-training Models for NLP

19.03

Ivan Vulić Data-Driven Dialogue State Tracking using Specialised Word Embeddings
Bernhard Schäfer Sketch2Bot – From Business Process Sketches to Executable Bots

26.03

Robert Litschko Representation Learning beyond Languages
Cahit Bagdelen User Feedback for Predictive Maintenance
02.04 Jan Portisch Ontology Matching Utilizing General-Purpose Background Knowledge
Christian Meilicke Anytime Bottom Up Rule Learning

09.04

Christoph Theil Conceptual Drivers of Managerial Vagueness
Sascha Krstanovic A Time Series Forecasting Framework based on Convolutional Neural Nets
30.04
 
Oliver Lehmberg  
Daniel Ruffinelli  

07.05

Anna Primpeli

 

Samuel Broscheit

 

14.05

 

Sven Hertling  
David Friede The State of the Art in Geometric Deep Learning

21.05

 

Stefan Falke  
Stefan Kain  

28.05

 

Amirhossein Kardoost  
Jan Martin Spreitzenbarth AI Methods for Procurement