The DWS colloquium consists of a series of scientific talks as well as several poster sessions in which the PhD students of the DWS group present their ongoing research. It is jointly organized by all DWS senior faculty members (Prof. Bizer, Prof. Gemulla, Prof. Paulheim, Prof. Ponzetto, Prof. Stuckenschmidt).
The DWS colloquium takes place every Tuesday from 12:00 to 13:30. Due to the Corona situation, the scientific talks will take place via Zoom in WIM-ZOOM-01. The poster session will talk place via Microsoft Teams, where the posters will be presented in parallel in different channels.
|16.3.||Anna Primpeli||Multi-Source Entity Matching with Active Learning|
|Gilles Vandewiele (Ghent University, Belgium)||A walk along node classification tasks in graphs|
|13.4.||Heiner Stuckenschmidt||AI for Smart Mobility|
|Apoorv Umang (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore)||Leveraging Knowledge Graph Embeddings for KG Question Answering|
|20.4.||Sara Tonelli (FBK, Italy)||Context, users and disagreement: What we don’t talk about when we|
talk about abusive language
Model-Driven and Sampling-Aware Robust Deep Learning
|27.4.||Babette Bühler (U Tübingen)||Web Table Classification based on Visual|
|Ralph Peeters||Table Representations via Language Model Pre-Training|
|11.5.||Christoph Kern||Fairness in Machine Learning and Automated Decision-Making|
|Alexander Renz-Wieland (TU Berlin)||Exploiting Locality in Distributed Machine Learning|
|18.5.||Federico Nanni (Turing Institute)||An overview of NLP research conducted as part of the Digital Humanities project Living with Machines|
|Bilal Ghanem (U Alberta)||FakeFlow: Fake News Detection by Modeling the Flow of Affective Information|
|25.5.||Marta Sabou (TU Wien)||Verifying Conceptual Domain Models with Human Computation|
|Alexander Brinkmann||Table Augmentation using schema.org Data from the Web|
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