Chair for Computer Science I: Algorithms, Complexity and Knowledge-Based Systems


In the upcoming Winter Term 2016/17, Professor Seipel's research group offers a Master's Practical Course to connect current research topics in the field of Databases and Logic Programming with other, modern technologies.

Our paper "Block Crossings in Storyline Visualizations" has received the best paper award at GD'16. The paper is joint work by researchers of our chair, two students from Würzburg and colleagues from California and the Ukraine.

In September, our chair was present at the Workshop on (Constraint) Logic Programming (WLP). Falco Nogatz and Frank Flederer presented their paper, which were done in collaboration with Dietmar Seipel, Ludwig Ostermayer and Sergio Montenegro.

In this year, the chair has two accepted submissions at ACM GIS 2016: a paper on route planning, and another paper on crowdsourcing on historical city maps. The conference takes place in San Francisco in early November.