Job advertisement Reg. 379/ 2017 As part of a collaboration project with the Institute for Data Science of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), a PhD position will be filled at the Heinz-Nixdorf-Professorship for Distributed Information Systems at the Institute of Computer Science from the earliest possible date in the field “Knowledge Modeling and Semantic Networking […]

 

Job advertisement Reg. 378 / 2017 As part of a collaborative project with the Institute of Data Science of the German Aerospace Center (DLR), a PhD or Postdoc position will be filled at the Heinz-Nixdorf-Professorship for Distributed Information Systems at the Institute of Computer Science from the earliest possible date in the field of “Semantic […]

 

Query results have traditionally been represented in tabular form. This is mainly because queries are dominantly used to operate on relational data. Also, visual appearance of these tabular representations make them easier to understand. In scientific data-intensive researches where data changes frequently, queries are ad-hoc, and selecting the right portion of the incoming data to answer the research […]

 

Everybody dealing with the Semantic Web repeatedly comes across the terms IRI, URI, URL and URN. Nevertheless, I frequently observe that there is some confusion about their exact meaning. And, of course, others noticed that as well (see e.g. [RFC3305] or search on Google). To be honest, I even was confused myself at the outset. […]

 

One of the biggest issues of our publication culture is that our publications only publish a summary of the final result of a long project. This means that we only put well-polished graphs describing (some) of our experimental results into our publications. However, the algorithms, input datasets, benchmarks, raw result datasets, as well as scripts […]

 

For students there are plenty of options to explore new things and learn about different views of the world. One of those options is to change the university and country for a semester or two and see, how others think about a topic. Every year thousands of students take that opportunity and get supported by […]

 

We are very pleased to announce that the project GFBio is funded with additional 5.8 million euros by the german research foundation (DFG) to continue the setup of a national data infrastructure in the filed of biological and environmental sciences.   Innovative research and new techniques in the field of environmental and ecosystem sciences not […]

 

Two weeks ago our 1st BExIS User and Developer Conference took place here in Jena, so it’s time to recap and note down a few thoughts.   As the name indicates, it was the first ever meeting of all BExIS 1 and BExIS 2 users and developers. We have been absolutely delighted that almost all […]

 

I am quite excited to write the very first post in our brand new blog. Let me briefly introduce who we are and what this blog will be all about. The Heinz-Nixdorf Chair for Distributed Information Systems is a part of the Institute of Computer Science at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena. Given the name, it won’t be […]