Research Archive

Hacking for Culture and Science – the 1st EEXCESS hackathon: The first EEXCESS hackathon took place in conjunction with the i-KNOW Conference
First Prize in Student Research Competition for Jörg Schlötterer: Jörg Schlötterer from the University of Passau won the Student Research Competition
EEXCESS – How does it work?: # 2 The WordPress Plug-In Although the Chrome extension is the most
Best Paper Award for the concepts of visual search interface: In a previous post we introduced a new visual search interface. The
“It´s about informational self-determination!”: EEXCESS is recommendation software, which means, it takes its users´ personal data
Prototype Visualization Interface on Bit by bit, first outputs of the EEXCESS project become visible. Today
Project EEXCESS reaches first milestone: Our first annual review meeting with EU project evaluators took place on
Making the long tail of scientific resources mainstream: The Long Tail theory, first introduced by Chris Anderson, argues that
Survey on User Interface Requirements : Participants needed: Are you a web user? Then we need your help!