New SUB leadership: Bela Gipp appointed Deputy Director of Research

The State and University Library Göttingen (SUB) will receive new leadership. Prof. Dr. Thomas Kaufmann and Prof. Dr. Bela Gipp will take over as the Director and Deputy Director of Research. The current Library Director, Kathrin Brannemann, and a soon-to-be-appointed deputy will continue to oversee the library-related and administrative tasks at SUB. Bela Gipp will serve part-time as SUB's Deputy [...]

2024-06-13T14:15:54+02:00June 13th, 2024|

GippLab-supported business start-up project tegami.ai secures funding for one year

We are excited to announce that the business start-up project tegami.ai, which our group hosts and supports, has secured funding for one year by receiving an Exist Business Start-up Grant. The founding team consists of Fei Wu, Tomáš Horych, Christoph Mandl, and our doctoral researcher, Timo Spinde. tegami.ai seeks to provide an innovative platform for text analysis that assists businesses [...]

2024-03-07T16:47:53+01:00March 7th, 2024|

Interview of André Greiner-Petter about his research stays in Tokyo

In the latest issue of campusinform, our group member André Greiner-Petter reports on his research stays in Tokyo, experiences in Japan, and the DAAD scholarship programs he benefitted from and recommends to others. Visit this page to learn more about the opportunities for paid research stays in Tokyo our group offers to master's, Ph.D., and post-doctorate students.

2024-01-23T19:29:48+01:00January 23rd, 2024|

Our research group moves to the University of Göttingen

Bela Gipp has recently accepted a new full professorship at the Georg-August-University Göttingen (Website, Wikipedia page). The new position will be at the intersection of the Department of Computer Science and the research department of the State and University Library (Website, Wikipedia page). The starting date of the new position is April 1, 2022. However, Bela Gipp and his team will still [...]

2024-01-13T17:16:43+01:00February 15th, 2022|

Felix Hamborg defends his PhD Thesis with ‘summa cum laude’

We are delighted to announce that Felix Hamborg has successfully defended his PhD thesis titled “Towards Automated Frame Analysis: Natural Language Processing Techniques to Reveal Media Bias in News Articles” on January 31st. The research objective of this thesis was to identify perspectives (also called frames) in the news coverage of political events. Additionally, the approach developed in the thesis [...]

2023-07-22T02:08:11+02:00January 31st, 2022|

André Greiner-Petter receives his PhD

We are delighted to announce that André Greiner-Petter has successfully defended his PhD thesis titled ‘‘Making Presentation Math Computable’’ this January, 2022. Congratulations, André! In his thesis, André researched and developed a context-sensitive approach for translating mathematical expressions from LATEX to the syntax of Computer Algebra Systems (CAS). In doing so, he made three primary contributions to the Math Information [...]

2023-07-22T02:08:05+02:00January 21st, 2022|

Panel Discussion Mega Trends vs. Mega Challenges for Enterprises

Bela Gipp participated in the panel discussion Mega Trends vs. Mega Challenges for Enterprises as an expert on New Technologies. Other participants were Marc Wagner (on the subject of New Work) and Simon Schnetzer (on the subject New Generations). The event was hosted by the community platform Daiment. https://vimeo.com/780491376

2024-01-13T14:27:05+01:00December 3rd, 2021|

Research & Knowledge Transfer Office reports on our group’s research and its impact on society

Scientific research does not occur in a vacuum. Instead, scientists and society both benefit from continuous and close collaboration. In this manner, new insights and solutions from academia can be directly applied to real-world problems, allowing innovation to be incrementally tested and to positively shape the society in which we live. This is why the Research & Knowledge Transfer Office at the [...]

2024-01-13T17:16:50+01:00June 3rd, 2021|

Newspaper FAZ reports on our research to detect and deter academic plagiarism

The Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) describes how our research on novel plagiarism detection methods and blockchain-backed decentralized trusted timestamping facilitates combating plagiarism and other forms of academic misconduct. Read the article on the FAZ website or here (click on the article to enlarge):

2024-01-16T04:31:06+01:00October 18th, 2020|
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