Teaching

At MODUL University Vienna, I am currently teaching the courses on Information Systems, Marketing Intelligence and Emerging Tools for New Media and Information Management. At Graz University of Technology I have taught, co-taught and assisted a series of courses, e.g., Web Science & Web Technology, Introduction to Knowledge Technologies or Information Systems for the undergraduate and graduate program. I also regularly co-supervise and mentor BSc, MSC and PhD students.

Open Theses

If you want to do a thesis under my supervision (PhD, MSc, MBA, BBA, BSc), please send me an christoph.trattner@modul.ac.at. There are several research topics I would like to give away to very good students!

Courses (in English language)

  1. 2017: Information Systems at MODUL University Vienna, Lecturer
  2. 2017: Online Marketing & Planning at MODUL University Vienna, Lecturer
  3. 2017: Marketing Intelligence at MODUL University Vienna, Lecturer
  4. 2017: Emerging Tools for New Media and Information Management at MODUL University Vienna, Lecturer
  5. 2017: Recommender Systems at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  6. 2016: Web Technology at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  7. 2016: Recommender Systems at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  8. 2016: Master Project at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  9. 2016: Diploma Seminar at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  10. 2016: Introduction to Scientific Working at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  11. 2015: Multimedia Information Systems at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  12. 2015: Data Mining at NTNU: "Cognitive Models in Recommender Systems", Invited Lecturer
  13. 2015: Master Project at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  14. 2015: Diploma Seminar at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  15. 2015: Introduction to Scientific Working at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  16. 2014: Master Project at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  17. 2014: Diploma Seminar at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  18. 2014: Introduction to Scientific Working at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  19. 2014: Multimedia Information Systems 1: "Current trends in Social Computing" at Graz University of Technology, Invited lecturer
  20. 2014: Evaluation Methodology: "Crowed based evaluation methods" at Graz University of Technology, Invited lecturer
  21. 2014: Recommender Systems: "Content & Graph-based recommender systems in social tagging systems" at PUC, Chile, Invited lecturer
  22. 2014: Introduction to Knowledge Management: "Rule Based Systems" at Graz University of Technology, Invited lecturer
  23. 2014: Web Science and Web Technology at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  24. 2013: Introduction to Knowledge Management at Graz University of Technology, Lecturer
  25. 2012: Web Science and Web Technology: "Selected Topics: Tag-Based Navigation" at Graz University of Technology, Invited Lecturer
  26. 2011: Web Science and Web Technology: "Current Research on Tagging Systems" at Graz University of Technology, Invited Lecturer
  27. 2011: Networks Navigability: Theory and Applications at University of Ohrid, Macedonia, Invited lecturer
  28. 2010: Databases 1: "Introduction to MySql" at Graz University of Technology, Invited lecturer

Thesis Co-Supervised & Mentored

  1. Martin Barth (2017 "Applying Community Drift to Time-Aware Recommender Systems", Master Thesis(Co-Supervisor together with Dr Klamma from RWTH Aachen).
  2. Dominik Moesslang (2017) "Understanding and Predicting Consumption Patterns in Online Food Communities", Master Seminar (Supervisor).
  3. Dominik Moesslang (since 2016) "Predicting Popularity Patterns in Online Food Communities", Master Thesis, on-going, expected to finish 2017 (Supervisor).
  4. Jasmin Salihovic (since 2016) "On the Predictability of Online Food Trends" Master Project, on-going, expected to finish 2017 (Supervisor).
  5. Alexander Oberegger (2016) "On the Influence of Weather on the Predictability of Event Participations in Location-Based Social Networks", Master Thesis, Co-Published a paper at RecSys’16 during his Master thesis work (Supervisor).
  6. Armin Hutzler (2015) "Implementing a Mobile Social Network Application for the Smart Enterprise" Master Project", (Supervisor).
  7. Dominik Moesslang (2014) "Designing and Implementing a Social Dropbox Application for the Smart Enterprise", Bachelor Thesis (Supervisor).
  8. Lukas Greussing (2014) "Social Q&A: A Social Question and Answering Tool for Workplace Learning", Bachelor Thesis (Supervisor).
  9. Lukas Eberhard (2014) "Predicting Trading Interactions in Trading, Online and Location-Based Social Networks" Master Thesis, co-Published a paper at WWW’14 during his Master thesis work (Supervisor).
  10. Matthias Rella (2014) "A Social User Interface for Sense-Making and Informal Learning in the Healthcare Domain", Master Thesis, 2014. Co-Published a paper at EC-TEL’14 during his Master thesis work (Supervisor).
  11. Emanuel Lacic (since 2014) "Social Recommender Systems for Online and Offline Marketplaces in the area of BigData", PhD Thesis, on-going, expected to finish: 2017. Co-Published since 2013 fife papers in top-tier conferences, e.g., in ACM WWW’14 or ACM HT’14 (Co-Supervisor).
  12. Dominik Kowald (since 2013) "Modeling Activation Processes in Human Memory to Improve Tag Recommendations", PhD Thesis, on-going, expected to finish: 2017. Co-Published since 2013 seven top-tier papers, e.g., in ACM WWW’14, ACM HT’14 or ACM CIKM’13 (Co-Supervisor).
  13. Siegfried Oberhauser (2012) "Implementing an scalable ajax-based DHTML File-System-Tree for the Online encyclopedia Austria-Forum", Master Thesis (Co-Supervisor).
  14. Wolfgang Puerstner (2010) "SectionTagging - A Tagging-System for the online encyclopedia Austria-Forum", Master Thesis (Co-Supervisor).
  15. Christoph Portsch (2010) "A wiki-based assessment system to create interactive language learning lessions", Master Thesis (Co-Supervisor).

References

I am happy to provide job/graduate school references to the past students of my courses. However, to get a positive reference and you should earned at least an A on my course and be among the top 10% (for graduate school reference) or top 20% (for a job reference) of students in class. I am also happy to provide references to all students who were working with me in research projects and independent studies producing good results.

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Last updated: June 12th, 2017