Dominik Ertl: Current and Past Research Projects

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This list provides an overview of the most important research projects I was in charge of or took part in during the last years. The effort figures include employed staff only.

Business Process-Driven Automated Software Reuse (Bridge research project with 1 partner)
Partner :

Adaptive GmbH

My responsibility:Research in applying fluent calculus to improve business processes.

SOFAR - Semantics and Ontologies for Feedback-driven Adaptive Recommender-Systems
Duration:01/2010-06/2012
Total Effort: 109.5 person months
Local Effort:26.5 person months
Partners:

Smart Infosys GmbH,

Semantic Technology Institute (STI) Innsbruck,

Interactive Systems and Interaction Design Research Group at the University of Duisburg-Essen (UDE)

My responsibility:Technical and administrative coordinator at TUV and researcher.

This research project funded by the Austrian FFG FIT-IT program proposes automated adaptations of online product advisors making use of semantic technology. The overall aim is to develop a self-adapting recommender system for various product advisors. The local effort at TUV comprises:

CommRob - Advanced behaviour and high-level multimodal communication with and among robots
Duration:03/2007-06/2010
Total Effort:358.5 person months
Local Effort:94.5 person months
Partners:

Forschungszentrum Informatik (FZI),

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Laboratoire d'Analyse et d'Architecture des Systèmes (LAAS-CNRS),

Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH),

Zenon S.A. Robotics and Informatics (ZENON)

My responsibility:Researcher for multimodal robot interface, setup and execution of user studies in cooperation with KTH, administrative and organisational assistant for TUV work package leaders.

CommRob is a specific targeted research project (STREP) partially funded by the European Commission (contract number IST-045441 under the 6th framework programme) that proposes advanced behaviour and high-level multimodal communication with and among robots in the exemplary the domain shopping in a supermarket. The local effort at TUV comprises:

ViMEM - Virtual Machines for Embedded Multimedia
Duration:02/2007-12/2009
Total Effort:100 person months
Local Effort:40 person months
Partners:

StreamUnlimited Engineering GmbH,

Austrian Research Centers GmbH,

My responsibility:Design and development of tool support (IDE) for dynamically typed languages for embedded software.

The ViMEM project targets high development efficiency of embedded multimedia applications. It comprises:

















































































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