Shortly before Easter, the AFEL consortium meeting was hosted by NUIG in Galway, Ireland. The goal was to jointly reflect the review results and to create a joint and focussed vision for the last half year of the project. This includes not only the planned evaluations but also the dissemination and exploitation strategy for the… Read more »
We are happy to announce that the AFEL Project sponsors the Web Science Summer School 2018 (http://wwsss18.webscience.org/). The WWSSS’18 will be held in Hannover, Germany and is organized by L3S Research Center, one of our AFEL partner.
We are happy to announce that Elisabeth Lex, area head of Know-Center’s Social Computing research area, and Dominik Kowald, Post-Doc in Know-Center’s Social Computing research area, will present an AFEL contribution at the A* conference WWW’2018 (https://www2018.thewebconf.org/) The paper is entitled “The Impact of Semantic Context Cues on the User Acceptance of Tag Recommendations: An… Read more »
The AFEL project was represented with a nice booth at the LearnTec 2018, which took place from 30. January to 1st of February. Our three AFEL experts (from left to right), Besnik Fetahu (Leibniz Universität Hannover), Ujwal Gadiraju (Leibniz Universität Hannover) and Stefan Thalman (Know-Center) were representing the AFEL project. There, they had a lot… Read more »
The AFEL consortium is happy to announce that its submission to the call of international projects at the WebConference 2018 was accepted. The WebConference will take place from 23-27 April 2018 in Lyon. Mathieu d’Aquin, the coordinator of AFEL, will present the AFEL project there with the purpose to make the AFEL project more visible… Read more »
The AFEL consortium is very proud to announce that our key research Peter Holtz has successfully passed his hdabilitation colloquium at the JKU Linz on the 23rd of January 2018. The rector will suggest to the senat to grant Peter the authority to psychology teach (venia legend). Congratulations, Peter!