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

Thesis Co-Supervised & Mentored

  1. Martin Barth (since 2016) "Applying Community Drift to Time-Aware Recommender Systems", Master Thesis, on-going, expected to finish 2017 (Co-Supervisor together with Dr Klamma from RWTH Aachen).
  2. Dominik Moesslang (since 2016) "Understanding and Predicting Consumption Patterns in Online Food Communities – Part 2", Master Thesis, on-going, expected to finish 2017 (Supervisor).
  3. Dominik Moesslang (since 2016) "Understanding and Predicting Consumption Patterns in Online Food Communities – Part 1", Master Seminar (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: Jan. 7th, 2017