User-Generated Content in Social Media Vol.2
- Targeted audience
- Komedia Master
- Angewandte Informatik Master
- ISE Master
- Technomathematik Master
Das Seminar beschäftigt sich mit verschiedenen Aspekten von Benutzer-generierten Inhalten in Sozialen Medien.
This seminar focuses on various forms of user generated content in social media.
Every participant is supposed to prepare a presentation of 40 minutes about a choosen topic from the list. A literature research for is mandatory, where relevant works will be choosen in consultation with the supervisor. The talks have to be given at the seminar. The literature is in english, but the talk can be given in german or in english. All participants are expected to take part in the discussions about the presentation topics.
After the presentation a composition should be written, which also needs to address all issues raised during the presentation days. The elaboration should not merely be a summary or translation of the underlying papers, but it should point out the advantages and disadvantages of the considered architecture or methods and classify it in the context.
Presentation-topics and supervisors
Extracting topics from Social Media messages Answering user questions through review-mining
The role of user-generated content in branding in social media
The impact of user-generated content on travel behavior
- Recommendation of Messages
- Bias + Subjectivity
Crisis Management eHealth Credibility estimation Searching in Social Media
Usage of Social Media for E-learning
- Tweet Summarization
Analysing political (right-wing) trends in social media
- Argument mining in Social Media
- Rumor verification in Social Media
The registration is now open. Send an E-Mail to Ahmet Aker including the following information: student id, first and lastname, name of subject, semester, and up to three topics of choice.
3.10.2016 - 24.10.2016: Registration 25.10.2016: Topic & Mentor (per mail) 26.10.2016: Introduction to scientific working (14:00 - 15:30 LF 226) 24.11.2015: Relevant papers 1.12.2016: Thesis of the presentation 15.12.2016: Structure
- 26.01.2017: Presentation slides
- End of semester -ish: Block seminar
- Two weeks later: Written report
The following slides contain information that can be used as help for the seminar (sorry the slides are in German).