Web Science Seminar
Twenty years after the birth of the World Wide Web, Web Science has been becoming a new study field in Computer Science. This seminar researches advanced theoretical and practical topics in Web Science probably leading to master thesis topics. Topics include but are not limited to: Linked Data, Trend Analysis, Open Data Initiatives, Media Classification and Analysis, Web Metadata, Folksonomies, Tagging Networks, Web User Modelling and Analysis (User Behavior, Social Interaction), Communities and Web Lifestyles, Web Analysis, Web Search, Collaborative Information Management (Collaborative Production, collective Intelligence), Adaptive Web Hypermedia, Cloud Computing, Advanced Web Protocols (XMPP), Web Services and Web Application Engineering.
After the introductory meeting on Feb 27, 2012, the following topic assignments could be made. All students having participated in the introductory meeting could get their first topic choice. All students not having participated were assigned the remaining topics randomly. Some topic assignments might change after individual student withdrawal. We will exclusively re-assign these topics to students on our waiting list.
|Large Scale Web Data Analysis||Kovachev||314299|
|Multimedia on the (Mobile) Web||Kovachev||316551|
|Tag Integration for User Profiles||Cao||281565|
|Web Community Mining||Pham||314834|
|Web Trust & Security||Rashed||294019|
|Link Analysis & Ranking||Pham||244937|