Prof. Dr. Ralph Ewerth

Member

Prof. Dr. Ralph Ewerth

Member

Ralph Ewerth is Head of Visual Analytics Research Group at the  Technische Informationsbibliothek in Hanover.

Research Focus

The key research areas – with a special focus on research data – are in the areas of visual analytics, information and media retrieval, as well as usability.

Publications

For a list of Ralph Ewerth’s publications, please  follow this link.

Curriculum Vitae

Ralph Ewerth studied computer science with a minor in psychology in Frankfurt am Main and Marburg. After his PhD in Marburg in 2008, he headed the research area Multimedia Computing at the Chair of Distributed Systems at Philipps-Universität Marburg from 2008 to 2012. From 2012 to 2015, he was Professor of Digital Image Processing and Media Technology at the Ernst Abbe University of Applied Sciences in Jena, and since the beginning of 2015, he has also been Vice Dean of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology.

Current projects at L3S

Reflect AI

Reflect AI

The project aims to develop hybrid artificial intelligence models that use art-historical expertise and knowledge graphs to improve image similarity assessments in art history.
Leibniz AI Academy

Leibniz AI Academy

Development and establishment of a transcurricular, cross-disciplinary micro-degree program "Leibniz AI Academy" at Leibniz Universität Hannover (LUH).
Mono To3D

Mono To3D

The Mono To3D project aims to develop novel approaches to depth estimation in monocular images using weakly supervised machine learning methods.
Multimodal Analysis for Sports Analytics

Multimodal Analysis for Sports Analytics

Multimodal analysis for sports analytics: Intelligent synchronisation and semantic enrichment of position and video data for the analysis of sports game data
FakeNarratives

FakeNarratives

"FakeNarratives" project explores disinformation in public service news and alternative videos using a mix of methods including discourse and linguistic analysis and machine learning.