Markus Krötzsch

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I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Computer Science at the [[University of Oxford]].
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I am the professor for [https://ddll.inf.tu-dresden.de/web/Wissensbasierte_Systeme/en Knowledge-Based Systems] at the Faculty of Computer Science at the [[Technical University of Dresden]].
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My scientific interests are, broadly speaking, in the area of '''intelligent information systems.'''
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My research group is concerned with the question how computers may use human knowledge in better ways, e.g., to answer questions intelligently.
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lightweight and rule-based ontology languages, query answering, reasoning complexity, and content management and integration platforms for the Web of Data. This has led to many '''[[publications]]''', but also to introductory texts (including two textbooks) and other '''[[teaching]]''' materials.
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I also co-edited the W3C ''Web Ontology Language'' standard '''OWL&nbsp;2'''.
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My most important ongoing development projects are the semantic content management system '''[[Semantic MediaWiki]]''' and the highly efficient '''[[ELK]]''' ontology reasoner. I maintain the ''semanticweb.org'' community portal. In each of these projects, I have the pleasure of working with some excellent collaborators.
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Up-to-date information about my research can be found at the [https://ddll.inf.tu-dresden.de/web/Wissensbasierte_Systeme/en homepage of the professorship for Knowledge-Based Systems], which lists most current publications, projects and group members.
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* '''[[Publications]]:''' books, papers, articles
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Finally, regarding that name or mine: It is written ''Krötzsch'' or ''Kroetzsch'', but never ''Krotzsch''. The vowel &ouml; (umlaut o) is pronounced ''long'', as in [[wp:Kurt Gödel|Gödel]] and [[wp:Björk|Björk]]. It's roughly like the ''ea'' in the English ''pearl'' or the ''eu'' in French ''peu'' (try making these sounds while forming your mouth as when saying an ''o''). You could try to combine the sounds that appear in the following words:
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Finally, regarding that name of mine: It is written ''Krötzsch'' or ''Kroetzsch'', but never ''Krotzsch''. The vowel &ouml; (umlaut o) is pronounced ''long'', as in [[wp:Kurt Gödel|Gödel]] and [[wp:Björk|Björk]]. It's roughly like the ''ea'' in the English ''pearl'' or the ''eu'' in French ''peu'' (try making these sounds while forming your mouth as when saying an ''o''). You could try to combine the sounds that appear in the following words:
  <u>'''chr'''</u><em>ome</em> + <em>p</em><u>'''ea'''</u><em>rl</em> + <em>ma</em><u>'''tch'''</u>
  <u>'''chr'''</u><em>ome</em> + <em>p</em><u>'''ea'''</u><em>rl</em> + <em>ma</em><u>'''tch'''</u>
Or simply call me ''Markus''.
Or simply call me ''Markus''.
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Latest revision as of 21:15, 2 July 2016

Markus Krötzsch

I am the professor for Knowledge-Based Systems at the Faculty of Computer Science at the Technical University of Dresden. My research group is concerned with the question how computers may use human knowledge in better ways, e.g., to answer questions intelligently.

Up-to-date information about my research can be found at the homepage of the professorship for Knowledge-Based Systems, which lists most current publications, projects and group members.

Further information that can be found on this homepage includes:


Recent publications

For further publications, see the full list of publications (RSS feed).


Finally, regarding that name of mine: It is written Krötzsch or Kroetzsch, but never Krotzsch. The vowel ö (umlaut o) is pronounced long, as in Gödel and Björk. It's roughly like the ea in the English pearl or the eu in French peu (try making these sounds while forming your mouth as when saying an o). You could try to combine the sounds that appear in the following words:

chrome + pearl + match

Or simply call me Markus.

enMarkus Krötzsch
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