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Wolfgang Nejdl

Referee for: H., L.0, L.1, L.2, L.3, L.4, L.5, L.6, L.7, M.0, M.1, M.2, M.3, M.4, M.5, M.6, M.7, M.8, M.9
Institution: University of Hannover
Address: Distributed Systems Institute
Knowledge Based Systems
30167 Hannover
Home Page: http://www.kbs.uni-hannover.de/~nejdl/

Curriculum Vitae:

Wolfgang Nejdl (born 1960) has been full professor of computer science at the University of Hannover since 1995. He received his M.Sc. (1984) and Ph.D. degree (1988) at the Technical University of Vienna, was assistant professor in Vienna from 1988 to 1992, and associate professor at the RWTH Aachen from 1992 to 1995. He worked as visiting researcher / professor at Xerox PARC, Stanford University, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, EPFL Lausanne, and at PUC Rio.

Wolfgang Nejdl heads the Distributed Systems Institute / Knowledge Based Systems (http://www.kbs.uni-hannover.de) as well as the L3S Research Center (http://www.l3s.de/), and does research in the areas of semantic web technologies, peer-to-peer information systems, search and information retrieval, databases and artificial intelligence. Recent projects in the L3S context include the PHAROS Integrated Project on audio-visual search, the OKKAM IP focusing on entities on the Web, and the Digital Library EU project LiWA, coordinated by L3S, which investigates Web archive management and advanced search in such an archive.

Wolfgang Nejdl published more than 160 scientific articles, as listed at DBLP, and has been program chair, program committee and editorial board member of numerous international conferences and journals, see also http://www.kbs.uni-hannover.de/~nejdl/.

Main Research Interests:

  • semantic Web
  • database and information systems
  • information retrieval and search
  • distributed and peer-to-peer systems
  • adaptive hypermedia systems
  • software engineering and modelling
  • artificial intelligence
  • innovative learning technologies
  • eLearning and blended learning