Department of Informatics – DDIS

 

PhD Graduates

Advisor

Defense Name Thesis Title
2007 Esther Kaufmann Talking to the Semantic Web
2008 Peter Vorburger Catching the Drift – When Regimes Change over Time
2008 Christoph Kiefer Non-Deductive Reasoning for the Semantic Web and Software Analysis
2010 Jiwen Li Automated Verfication of Small Molecule Structure with 1D Proton NMR Spectrum
2010 Jonas Luell Employee Fraud Detection under real World Conditions
2010 Katharina Reinecke Culturally Adaptive User Interfaces
2010 Adrian Bachmann Why should we care about data quality in software engineering?
2011 Thomas Scharrenbach End-User Assisted Ontology Evolution in Uncertain Domains
2011 Jonas Tappolet Managing Temporal Graph Data While Preserving Semantics
2012 Amancio Bouza Hypothesis-Based Collaborative Filtering
2013 Floarea Serban Toward Effective Support for Data Mining using Intelligent Discovery Assistance

Committee Member

2004 Maytal Saar-Tschechansky New York University, Stern School of Business
2005 Claudia Perlich New York University, Stern School of Business
2005 Richard Forster University of Zurich, Department of Computer Linguistics
2008 Andreas Löber University of Zurich, Department of Informatics
2008 Isabelle Kern University of Zurich, Department of Informatics
2009 Benjamin Voigt University of Zurich, Department of Informatics
2010 Stephan Heuscher University of Zurich, Department of Informatics
2010 Thomas Hübner University of Zurich, Department of Informatics
2011 Alisdair Owens University of Southampton

Well Deserved Hats

Esther Kaufmann
Esther Kaufmann
Peter Vorburger
Peter Vorburger
Christph Kiefer
Christoph Kiefer
Jiwen Li
Jiwen Li
Jonas Luell
Jonas Luell
Katharina Reinecke
Katharina Reinecke
Adrian Bachmann
Adrian Bachmann
Thmas Scharrenbach
Thomas Scharrenbach
Jonas Tappolet
Jonas Tappolet
Amancio Bouza
Amancio Bouza
Floarea Serban
Floarea Serban