Andreas visits the Holgate Glacier, Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska
Dipl.-Inform.
Andreas Abecker
 
  Postal Address German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) GmbH 
Knowledge Management Group
 Postfach 2080 
 D-67608 Kaiserslautern 
 Germany
  EMail aabecker@dfki.uni-kl.de or 
Andreas.Abecker@dfki.de
  Phone ++49 (0) 631 205 3456
  Fax ++49 (0) 631 205 3210




Know-Net Tutorial @ PAKeM 2000


KALIF Sharing Day on Ontologies


 
 
Call for Papers: PAKeM 2000, The Third International Conference and Exhibition on The Practical Application of Knowledge Management, Wednesday April 12 - Friday April 14, 2000, Manchester, UK.



 
Call for Papers: DEXA-2000, 11th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications, September 4 - 8, 2000, London - Greenwich, UK 




Call for Papers: PAKM 2000, Third International Conference on Practical Aspects of Knowledge Management , October 30-31, 2000, Basel, Switzerland

Projects


Short CV

Andreas Abecker studied computer science and economics at the University of Kaiserslautern (Germany) and received the Diploma (master's degree) in 1994. As a freelancer, he did a study on  data mining techniques for credit risk evaluation at Swiss Bank Corporation, Basel. Since February 1995, he is with the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI GmbH) in  Kaiserslautern. In the DFKI Intelligent Engineering Systems department, he worked on knowledge representation (description logics, constraints) and knowledge evolution (theory revision, data mining) issues in the areas of technical configuration, production planning, and knowledge-based scheduling. Since 1996, he is a member of the DFKI Knowledge Management Group which is a part of the Information Management and Document Analysis Lab. As a researcher in the KnowMore project (Knowledge Management for Learning Organizations) and as project leader of the DFKI part of the European (ESPRIT) KNOWNET project (Knowledge Management with Intranet technologies), he investigates organizational, methodological, and technological issues for building Organizational Memories. Special emphasis is laid upon the integration of collaboration and coordination technologies (groupware, workflow), document management, and formal knowledge processing (ontologies and metadata for conceptual information retrieval). Andreas Abecker wrote and co-authored over 40 refereed publications in Expert Systems and Knowledge Management, he initiated a workshop series on AI and Organizational Memories (KI-97, ECAI-98, IJCAI-99, ECAI-00), and gives lectures on knowledge-based systems at the Berufsakademie Mosbach and the Umwelt-Campus Birkenfeld.
Since he is six years old, he practices several kinds of sports and does some honorary work for the gymnastic club in the village he stems from, the Turnverein Bierbach 1905 e.V.



Research Interests


Knowledge Representation for Expert Systems and Corporate Memories


Machine Learning and Data Mining


Innovative Applications of AI Technology to Real-World Problems


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