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About the article
Emanuel Lacic is a Software Engineer and Scientific Researcher in the Social Computing division at the Know-Center. He holds a M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Software Engineering and Information Systems from the University of Zagreb and, is currently a PhD student at the Graz University of Technology. His main research focus lies on Recommender Systems, Deep Learning and Social Network Analysis.
Matthias Traub studied Information and Computer Engineering at the Technical University of Graz. He was a research assistant of the department of Intelligent Information Systems at Joanneum Research (2013-2014). Since 2014 he is a member of the Social Computing department at the Know Center in Graz, working in the field of data driven systems with the focus on recommender systems.
Tomislav Duricic is a Software Engineer and a Junior Scientific Researcher in the Social Computing team at the Know-Center. He holds a Master’s degree in Software Engineering and Information Systems from the University of Zagreb and is currently a PhD student at the Graz University of Technology. His current research interests are in the fields of Complex Network Analysis and Recommender Systems.
Since October 2016 Eva Haslauer ist working as a Projectmanager at Porsche Austria GmbH & CO OG in Salzburg. She works in the Digital Department and is responsible for digital projects in the realm of connected car, used car sale and sales forecast. She holds a PhD in Applied Geoinformatics from the University of Salzburg and worked as PostDoc in Innovation Management at the GI Department.
Elisabeth Lex is assistant professor at Graz University of Technology and head of the Social Computing area at Know-Center. Her research focus is on Social Computing, Recommender Systems and Data Science and she has published 60+ papers in these fields. She earned her PhD in Text Mining in the Social Web at Graz University of Technology, Austria, advised by Michael Granitzer and Stefanie Lindstaedt.
Published Online: 2018-07-28
Published in Print: 2018-08-28
This work is supported by the Know-Center. The Know-Center is funded within the Austrian COMET Program – Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies – under the auspices of the Austrian Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology, the Austrian Ministry of Economics and Labor and by the State of Styria. COMET is managed by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG).