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Current Thesis Topics

WS 17/18

1) When Th­ings Should Make No Sense – Un­der­stand­ing and Fa­cil­it­at­ing ‘Sensebreak­ing’ in Or­gan­iz­a­tions

Supervisor: Thomas Grisold

2) De­cision Sup­port Meth­ods for Find­ing Need-­Based Solu­tions

Supervisors: Alexander Kaiser, Florian Kragulj

3) Jolts - trig­ger for learn­ing

Supervisors: Alexander Kaiser, Florian Fahrenbach

4) Or­gan­iz­a­tional be­com­ing

Supervisor: Alexander Kaiser

5) Pre­dict­ing the re­main­ing time of the busi­ness pro­cess with in­ter­-case ap­proach.

Supervisor: Anton Yeshchenko

6) An epistem­o­lo­gical per­spect­ive on the European qual­i­fic­a­tion frame­work

Supervisor: Florian Kragulj

7) Real-­time Jobs Re­com­mend­a­tions from Twit­ter (thesis pro­ject offered in col­lab­or­a­tion with Rand­stad, Zurich, Switzer­land)

Supervisors: Svitlana Vakulenko, Axel Polleres

8) Let the data flow: Big Linked Data man­age­ment in the pres­ence of data streams

Supervisors: Axel Polleres, Javier D. Fernández

9) On the con­cep­tual dif­fer­ence between pro­cess in­nov­a­tion and pos­it­ive/ con­struct­ive de­vi­ance

Bastian Wurm

10) On­to­logy rep­res­ent­a­tion of Needs Pro­files.

Supervisors: Vadim Savenkov, Soheil Human, Florian Fahrenbach

11) In­centiv­ising Open Data Ex­plor­a­tion through Needs Man­age­ment

Supervisors: Vadim Savenkov, Soheil Human

12) Open Data is Real: Ex­plor­ing Open Data Land­scapes through the Oculus Rift Glasses

Supervisors:Svitlana Vakulenko, Vadim Savenkov, Johann Mitlöhner

13) To­wards Shared Con­trolled Vocab­u­lary for Aus­trian Open Data (thesis pro­ject offered in col­lab­or­a­tion with Se­mantic Web Com­pany, Vi­enna)

Supervisors: Svitlana Vakulenko, Vadim Savenkov

14) Open Data for So­cial Sciences

Supervisors: Svitlana Vakulenko, Vadim Savenkov

15) Ana­lysis of on­line news­pa­per dis­cus­sion plat­forms

Supervisor: Sebastian Neumaier

16) What is a Know­ledge Graph?

Supervisor: Sebastian Neumaier

17) Vir­tual Real­ity in Data Ana­lyt­ics

Supervisor: Johann Mitlöhner

18) What can pro­cess in­nov­a­tion learn from in­nov­a­tion re­search? - A lit­er­at­ure re­view on ser­vice and pro­duct in­nov­a­tion

Supervisor: Monika Malinova

19) A sur­vey on guidelines for mod­el­ing pro­cess maps

Supervisor: Monika Malinova

20) User In­ter­faces to query know­ledge graphs

Supervisor: Javier D. Fernández

21) “Track your data! Se­mantic Search over logs”

Supervisors: Axel Polleres, Javier D. Fernández, Sabrina Kirrane

22) Evalu­ation of graph lib­rar­ies

Supervisor: Erwin Filtz

23) Ex­tract­ing time ser­ies from text

Supervisor: Erwin Filtz

24) From im­per­at­ive to de­clar­at­ive pro­cess mod­els and back

Supervisor: Claudio Di Ciccio

25) De­clar­at­ive pro­cess mod­els as smart con­tracts on block­chain

Supervisors: Claudio Di Ciccio, Jan Mendling

26) Work­ing title: An Ex­per­i­ment on Emo­tional Con­ta­gion through (News Pa­per) Articles

Supervisor: Bastian Wurm

27) Us­ing time ser­ies ana­lysis to un­der­stand trends in soft­ware evolu­tion

Supervisor: Saimir Bala, Jan Mendling

28) Aid­ing suc­cess­ful col­lab­or­a­tion in OSS on­line com­munit­ies: a study on the re­la­tion between user stor­ies and their res­ol­u­tion in is­sue track­ing sys­tems.

Supervisors: Saimir Bala, Jan Mendling

29) Data-aware pro­cess re­design sim­u­la­tion

Supervisors: Saimir Bala, Claudio Di Ciccio, Jan Mendling