Alexander Löser

Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin

Professor for Databases and Text-based Information Systems (DATEXIS)

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Short CV

Prof. Alexander Löser leads the research group DATEXIS – Database Systems and Text-based Information Systems – at Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin. He is also a founding member of the Data Science Research Cluster at Beuth University. His previous stages are HP Labs Bristol, IBM Almaden Research Center, the research division of SAP SE and Technische Universität Berlin. Members of DATEXIS conduct research at the interplay of databases, text mining systems and machine learning, in particular deep learning. Most recent prototypes are INDREX, a database for managing both, relational and text data, and the search engine, that permits interactive query and text analytics.

Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin

Beuth University was founded in 1971 as the Technische Fachhochschule Berlin (TFH) when several engineering academies were merged. In order to highlight the long tradition of the university and the institutions which preceded it, the TFH was renamed as the Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin in 2009.

Today, the university’s educational offerings follow a humanist principle shaped by the institution’s spiritual founding fathers, Beuth, Linnaeus, and Schinkel. In honour of this tradition, Beuth University today makes a clear contribution to shaping the city of the future.

Currently, more than 12500 students and about 290 professors conduct teaching and research at Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin. 

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