Category : Team

Written on Nov, 25, 2016 by in | 3 Comments.
Dirk Lewandowski

Prof. Dr. Dirk Lewandowski is a professor of information research and information retrieval at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany. He is the editor of Aslib Journal of Information Management (formerly: Aslib Proceedings), a ISI-ranked information science journal. He received his Ph.D. in 2005.

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Prof. Dr. Ulrike Spree is a Professor for knowledge organization, information and user experience at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany. She is chairwoman of the examinationboard and internship comissioner. Ulrike Spree was a lecturer for German language and regional studies until 1990 at the University of Salford (UK). In 1995 she recieved her Ph.D. in history from the University of Bielefeld.

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Dipl.-Bibl. Friederike Hanisch was a research assistant at the Department of Information at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany. Her primary areas of research included Web accessibility, Universal Design and behavior of search engines users, particularly with regard to people with disabilities.

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Sebastian Sünkler, M.A. is a research assistant and lecturer at the Department of Information at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences.  Since he was a university student he was interested in the subjects of search engines and Information Retrieval. In this time he already helped with the development of the Relevance Assessment Tool.

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Christiane Behnert, M.A. is a research assistant at the Department of Information at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. Her primary areas of research are relevance and relevance behaviour, information searching behaviour and interactive information retrieval. At the moment she is working on her doctoral project “Relevance Clues”.

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Sebastian Schultheiß, M.A. is a research assistant at the Department of Information at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. His research project focuses on the role of search engine optimization on the results of Web search engines (“SEO-Effekt”). Sebastian received his M.A. degree in Information, Media, Library in 2019.

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Student Assistants are a crucial part of the team. The responsibilities range from web design to event planning. However, brewing coffee and photocopying are also part of the job.

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