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KIWI: Knowledge in a Wiki

Start: 
1 March 2008
Type: 
EU FP7 STREP
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Members: 
Peter Dolog
Peter Axel Nielsen
Andreas Munk-Madsen
Fred Durao
Karsten Jahn
Identification: 
EU FP7/ICT STREP 211932
AAU team leader: 
Peter Dolog
End: 
28 February 2011

The project KIWI is concerned with knowledge management in Semantic Wikis and funded by the European Commission under the Project Number 211932 in the EU Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). KIWI's objective is to investigate how knowledge management in highly dynamic environments can be supported using Semantic Wiki technologies, and how Semantic Wikis can be improved to satisfy the requirements of knowledge management. For this purpose, KIWI will:

Karsten Jahn

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Job Title: 
PhD Fellow
To: 
February 28, 2011
From: 
March 1, 2008
e-mail: 
Personal Web Site: 
Academic Qualifications: 
Dipl.-Inf.
status: 
Alumni
Research Areas: 
Social Web Software
Personalization
User Modelling
Group Role: 
member
Projects: 

After achieving my Diploma in Media & Computer Science at the University of Applied Sciences in Gelsenkirchen, Germany (late 2004), I started working as an IT-Consultant at a company called Valtech in Düsseldorf, Germany. Until I was called to be a PhD Student in Aalborg, Denmark (early 2008), I have been working there in agile contexts, with wikis and all different shades of software engineering... http://www.linkedin.com/in/karstenjahn

Peter Dolog

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Job Title: 
Associate Professor
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Academic Qualifications: 
Dr. rer. Nat. (University of Hannover, 2006, summa cum laude - with distinction), Computer Science
M. Sc. (Slovak University of Technology, 2000), Computer Science
B. Sc. (Slovak University of Technology, 1998), Computer Science
status: 
Active
Research Areas: 
Infrastructures for Intelligent Information Systems on the Web (Web Services, Middleware, P2P, ...)
Engineering Web and Information Systems (Design Methods, Service Oriented Architectures, Conceptual Modelling)
Personalization Strategies, Algorithms and User Modeling on the Web
Adaptive Web and Hypermedia
Technology Enhanced Learning
Social Web Applications
Group Role: 
Head of IWIS

Short Bio  Dr. Peter Dolog is an associate professor of computer science at Aalborg University where he was previously holding an assistant professorship. He received his doctoral degree from University of Hannover in 2006 (summa cum laude) with a dissertation on engineering adaptive web applications. His main research interests fall into intelligent information systems and web technologies.

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IWIS group web site launched

On March 1, 2008, IWIS: Intelligent Web and Information Systems Group web site has been launched. The web site should serve information purpose about activites, research projects, research results and other related items.

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Designing Adaptive Web Applications

Publication Author: 
Peter Dolog
Host Title: 
SOFSEM 2008: The 34th International Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of Computer Science
Series: 
LNCS
Volume: 
4910

Abstract: The unique characteristic of web applications is that they are supposed to be used by much bigger and diverse set of users and stakeholders. An example application area is e-Learning or business to business interaction. In eLearning environment, various users with different background use the eLearning system to study a discipline. In business to business interaction, different requirements and parameters of exchanged business requests might be served by different services from third parties.

Month: 
1
Event Location: 
Novy Smokovec, Slovakia
Year: 
2008
Type of paper: 
Article in Proceedings (WS or C)
Publisher Address: 
Berlin / Heidelberg
Publisher: 
Springer
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