Until the beginning of 2016 I studied computer science at the Humboldt University in Berlin. For many years during my studies and also afterwards I worked as a software developer. This was interrupted in 2017 by a six-month stipend in Japan, where I was an external researcher at Aizawa Lab at the NII in Tokyo. Still rooted in Berlin, I am now on my path as a doctoral student since 2018.
My field of research includes:
- Plagiarism Detection
- Information Retrieval
- Applied Machine Learning
- Timestamping (Blockchain Technology)
TEACHING & PROJECTS
I always have an open ear for interesting topics, do not hesitate to contact me and let us discuss possibility for collaboration.
High resolution description of the student projects projects can be found here. Contact me if you are interested in any topic.
- HyPlag: A Hybrid Approach to Academic Plagiarism Detection
N. Meuschke, V. Stange, M. Schubotz, and B. Gipp
in Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 2018