Software Engineering for Business Information Systems
Chair of Informatics 19
Boltzmannstraße 3, D-85748 Garching
patrick.holl [at] tum.de
Room FMI 01.12.059
I'm a research associate at the chair of Software Engineering for Business Information Systems (sebis) at the Technische Universität München since June 2016. I hold a master's degree in Computing Science from the Technical University of Munich (TUM).
I like to create stuff and code a lot during my free time - but also during work of course!
2016, we hosted the first hackathon at the TUM and it was a great success. Our vision is to create one of the largest hackathons in Europe and become a place were established companies and young innovative students can meet and work together on the future. At the TUM, we have a highly sklilled and diverse set of students and a hackathon is the right place to unleash that potential.
If your are interested in sponsoring the event, just contact me! Further information can be found at http://hack.tum.de
Satos - Super awesome terms of service
Satos is a smart Chrome extension that helps people to immediately understand any kind of terms of service (ToS).
The system tells you if a online shop is serious and if it's ToS are legally valid. Technically, Satos is combining multiple text mining techniques like topic identification and sentiment analysis. A machine learning model is used to classify and evalute sentences.
Further information can be found at https://satos.in.tum.de/
I'm highly interested in the whole blockchain topic. In my opinion, the blockchain could disrupt a lot of industries (foremost the financial). However, I'm very critical about "real" use cases. Therefore, I take a look at various use cases and evaluate them on something like a "make-sense-scale" ;)
Together with Felix, I'm working on the Connecare project. The ambition of the CONNECARE consortium is to co-design, develop, deploy, and evaluate a novel smart, adaptive integrated care system for chronic care management. This will save European healthcare organisations huge sums whilst improving patient outcomes.
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|[La16c]||Landthaler, J.; Waltl, B.; Holl, P.; Matthes, F.: Extending Full Text Search for Legal Document Collections using Word Embeddings, Jurix: International Conference on Legal Knowledge and Information Systems, Sofia Antipolis, France, 2016|