NDR Synapsen Podcast with Bela Gipp and Norman Meuschke

Bela Gipp and Norman Meuschke recently appeared on the ''Synapsen'' Science Podcast by NDR Info. Alternatively, you can listen to it on the NDR website. The topic of the episode was: Keine Angst vor Künstlicher Intelligenz? The podcast broadly looked at recent AI developments and discussed their ethical implications and the consequences for education, research, and society.  

2024-01-13T14:26:51+01:00July 17th, 2023|

We’re Hiring Ph.D. Students and Postdocs

Are you planning to pursue a Ph.D. or Postdoc? Our research lab accepts applications from academically outstanding and highly motivated graduate students on a rolling basis. In addition to Ph.D. and postdoc positions, summer internships or visiting researcher appointments are also possible. Your profile: M.S. or Ph.D. in a computer science-related subject at the University of Göttingen, or from [...]

2023-06-11T18:44:09+02:00June 10th, 2023|

Interview of Bela Gipp on the Opportunities and Risks of AI for University Teaching

The local newspaper, Göttinger Tageblatt, interviewed Bela Gipp on the opportunities and risks of AI for university teaching. Read the article here or online.

2024-01-13T14:26:56+01:00May 8th, 2023|

Malte Ostendorff Receives his PhD

We are delighted to announce that Malte Ostendorff has successfully defended his PhD thesis titled ‘‘Aspect-based Document Similarity for Literature Recommender Systems’’ on April 25th, 2023.   The research objective of Malte’s thesis was to improve literature recommendation systems by proposing and implementing a novel concept termed ‘aspect-based document similarity’, which can better capture the multifaceted components of document similarity. His [...]

2023-07-17T12:59:03+02:00May 6th, 2023|

Invitation to Meet-up on AI in Open Science

Our group will participate in the next Open Science Meet-up on the Role of AI in Open Science organized by the State and University Library Göttingen. Everyone is cordially invited to participate in this free hybrid event (online and in-person). Date: March 15, 2023 Time: 13:00 – 16:30 Location: Central Library of the SUB Göttingen (Google Maps), conference room 3.103 [...]

2023-11-03T11:11:34+01:00March 2nd, 2023|

Dennis Trautwein receives the Applied Networking Research Prize

Our PhD candidate Dennis Trautwein has received the prestigious Applied Networking Research Prize awarded by the Internet Research Taskforce. The prize recognizes the best recent results in applied networking and interesting new research ideas with potential relevance to the Internet standards community. It also acknowledges up-and-coming individuals who are likely to have an impact on Internet standards and technologies. Dennis [...]

2023-01-09T18:36:06+01:00January 9th, 2023|

Talk by Dr. Saif M. Mohammad (NRC) on Emotions, Creativity, and Fairness in Language

We are delighted to announce the talk "The Search for Emotions, Creativity, and Fairness in Language" by Dr. Saif M. Mohammad. When & where: December 14, 15:00-16:00 (sharp), Alfred-Hessel-Saal in the SUB's historic building (Campus Map | Google Maps) About the speaker: Dr. Saif M. Mohammad is a Senior Research Scientist at the National Research Council Canada (NRC). He has published over 100 [...]

2022-11-25T12:09:48+01:00November 25th, 2022|

André Greiner-Petter reports from the Heidelberg Laureate Forum

Our group member, Dr. André Greiner-Petter was selected to visit the prestigious annual Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF). The HLF is a weeklong conference that gives young researchers the opportunity to connect with international research pioneers and Laureates from computer science and mathematics. Through lectures, workshops, and in-person discussions, young researchers, like André, can meet with Turing Award winners, Field medalists, [...]

2022-09-21T19:40:43+02:00September 21st, 2022|

Cornelius Ihle receives two-year PhD Fellowship from Protocol Labs

Our PhD candidate, Cornelius Ihle, has been awarded a two-year PhD Fellowship from Protocol Labs featuring an $80,000 stipend and an annual travel allowance of $3,000. Cornelius investigates approaches to increase user privacy in the IPFS network.

2023-11-01T20:28:20+01:00August 26th, 2022|
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