Das ifis-Erklärbär-Seminar

General Information

The "Erklärbär-Seminar" takes place in our seminar room (IZ 251) on Tuesdays from 10am to 11:30am. Beyond the seminar dates announced by the table below, there is an email reminder for each of the seminars some days in advance. For any further information, please contact mennickeatifis [dot] cs [dot] tu-bs [dot] de (subject: %5BErkl%C3%A4rb%C3%A4r-Seminar%5D) (Stephan Mennicke).

Current Dates and Topics

Date Topic Speaker Material
Mar 27, 2018 Of Ducks and Graph Queries Tilo Slides
April 10, 2018 How to Teach Flying to an Old Duck Stephan Slides
May 8, 2018 Mining Schema Patterns for Conceptual Entity Models Jan-Christoph  
May 15, 2018  Knowledge Graphs for Information Retrieval (KG4IR) Denis  
June 19, 2018 What Knowledge Embeddings Can Do Jan-Christoph  
June 26, 2018 On the Mating Behavior of Ducks Stephan Slides
August 7, 2018 A Duck Approach Stephan  
August 14, 2018 DuckTales - Narratives of Science Tilo Slides
October 1,  2019 On Knowledge Graphs and Narratives Tilo Slides

Previous Edition: The Graph Databases Seminar

The previous edition of this seminar is the graph database seminar, which took place between December 2017 and March 2018. Colleagues and students were invited to listen to and give talks surrounding the topic of graph databases.

Date Topic Speaker
Dec 19, 2017 Dual Simulation Pruning for SPARQL Query Processing Stephan
Jan 9, 2018 Optimal (Dual) Simulation Computation Denis Nagel
Jan 16, 2018 A Strong Simulation Semantics for SPARQL Carl Schiller
Jan 30, 2018 More Pruning Techniques for SPARQL / Part 1: SIGMOD Reviews Reviewed Stephan
Feb 13, 2018 More Pruning Techniques for SPARQL / Part 2: Left-Bit-Right and Progress Stephan
Feb 27, 2018 Typing Semistructured Data Stephan
Mar 14, 2018 Teamprojekt Finale - Neo4j Framework Teamprojekt
If it Walks Like a Duck... Erklärbär.pdf2.76 MB
How to Teach Flying... Erklärbär.pdf2.17 MB
Duck Tales - Narratives of Science... Erklärbär.pdf2.35 MB
Graph Functional Dependencies-Erklärbär.pdf2.54 MB
Narratives-Tokyo.pdf1.74 MB