Professor for Methods and Theories of Computational Social Sciences and -Humanities
RWTH Aachen University, HumTec Institute, Germany
Scientific Coordinator for Digital Behavioral Data
GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Cologne, Germany
Markus Strohmaier is a Full Professor for Methods and Theories of Computational Social Sciences and -Humanities at RWTH Aachen (Germany), and the Scientific Coordinator for Digital Behavioral Data at GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences. Previously, he was a Post-Doc at the University of Toronto (Canada), an Assistant Professor at Graz University of Technology (Austria), a visiting scientist at (XEROX) Parc (USA), a Visiting Assistant Professor at Stanford University (USA) and the founder and scientific director of the department for Computational Social Science at GESIS (Germany). He is interested in applying and developing computational techniques to research challenges on the intersection between computer science and the social sciences / humanities.
My current research focuses on methods and techniques for studying social data on the world wide web. I approach this problem through methods and techniques that are on the intersection between Web-Science, Data Mining and Computational Social Science.
Thanks to all current and past students who contributed to my research group:
Lisette Espín-Noboa, Mohsen Jadidi, Ann Samoilenko, Dimitar Dimitrov, Philipp Singer, Claudia Wagner, Daniel Lamprecht, Lisa Posch, Mark Kröll, Florian Klien, Marco Lautischer, Silvia Mitter, Jan Pöschko, Christian Körner, Simon Walk, Hans-Peter Grahsl, Maida Osmic, Gabriele Zorn-Pauli, Monika Schubert, Peter Prettenhofer, Andreas Ruggenthaler, Christoph Haselsberger
[Walk 2012] Simon Walk, Pragmatic analysis of collaborative ontology engineering processes, Master Thesis, Graz University of Technology, 2012. ( .pdf)
[Grahsl 2010] Hans-Peter Grahsl, Pragmatic Analysis of Tagging Motivation in Social Tagging Systems, Master Thesis, Graz University of Technology, 2010. ( .pdf)
[Körner 2009] Christian Körner, Social-focused Network Analysis of User Goals Extracted from a Large Search Query Log, Master Thesis, Graz University of Technology, 2009. ( .pdf)
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Please get in touch via:
HumTec Institute, RWTH Aachen, Theaterplatz 14, 52062 Aachen, Germany
GESIS, Unter Sachsenhausen 6-8, 50667 Cologne