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)
I always have an open ear for interesting topics. If you have one do not hesitate to contact me and let us discuss it.
- N. Meuschke, V. Stange, M. Schubotz, and B. Gipp, “HyPlag: A Hybrid Approach to Academic Plagiarism Detection,” in Proceedings of the International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 2018, PDF