Dr. Mario Pichler
K. Leonhartsberger, M. Meisel, M. Pichler, S. Schidler, L. Fotiadis, E. Xypolytou, A. Werner. System relevant applications for battery storage systems. Proceedings of the 33rd PLEA International Conference (PLEA 2017), volume III, pages 4595-4602, July, 2017.
J. Martínez Gil, L. Paoletti, M. Pichler. A novel approach for learning how to automatically match job offers and candidate profiles. https://arxiv.org/abs/1611.04931, cs.OH - Other Computer Science, arXiv:1611.04931 [cs.OH], November, 2016.
M. Pichler. Cognitive computing and big linked data as next steps for Big Data/BI in tourism?. In M. Fuchs, M. Lexhagen, W. Höpken (editors), Proceedings of the IFITTtalk@Östersund Workshop on Big Data & Business Intelligence in the Travel & Tourism Domain, pages 119-122, Mld Sweden University, April, 2016.
M. Pichler. Data and expert-driven tourism knowledge modelling. In F. Fuchs, M. Lexhagen, W. Höpken (editors), Proceedings of the IFITTtalk@Östersund Workshop on Big Data & Business Intelligence in the Travel & Tourism Domain, pages 63-67, Mld Sweden University, April, 2016.
M. Pichler, M. Rutzinger, N. Houbé, H. Neiß, C. Blank, R. Bergmair, M. Anfang. Einsichten in Verhaltensweisen von Touristen, Analysemöglichkeiten für Touristiker. Tourismus Wissen - quarterly, volume 5, pages 191-196, July, 2016.
J. Martínez Gil, M. Pichler, L. Paoletti. Looking for the best historical window for assessing semantic similarity using human literature. In T. Palpanas, K. Stefanidis (editors), Proceedings of the Workshops of the EDBT/ICDT 2016 Joint Conference (EDBT/ICDT 2016), CEUR Workshop Proceedings, volume 1558, pages http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1558/paper29.pdf, CEUR, March, 2016.
M. Pichler, L. Steiner, H. Neiss. Probabilistic modelling of influences on travel decision making. e-Review of Tourism Research (eRTR), volume ENTER 2015: volume 6 Short Papers, pages http://3ws1wk1wkqsk36zmd6ocne81.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/files/2015/02/SP01_RecommenderSession_Pichler.pdf, February, 2015.
M. Pichler, M. Larcher. Stop or Go© interaktiv: Eine neuartige Lernhilfe beim Lawinen-Risikomanagement. Jahrbuch 2015: Sicherheit im Bergland, pages 176-185, Österreichisches Kuratorium für Alpine Sicherheit, May, 2015.
M. Pichler, S. Eder, M. Larcher. About probabilistic graphical models in probabilistic avalanche science: The case of stop or go. Proceedings of the International Snow Science Workshop - ISSW 2014, pages 1071-1078, October, 2014.
J. Martínez Gil, M. Pichler. Analysis of word co-occurrence in human literature for supporting semantic correspondence discovery. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Knowledge Technologies and Data-driven Business - i-Know 2014, pages DOI 10.1145/2637748.2638422, November, 2014.
M. Pichler, D. Leber. On the formalization of expert knowledge: A disaster management case study. In F. Morvan, R. Wagner, A. Tjoa (editors), Proceedings of the 25th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications - DEXA 2014, pages 149-153, CPS, September, 2014.
C. Lettner, M. Pichler, W. Kirchmayr, F. Kokert, M. Habringer. RDFreduce: Customized aggregations with provenance for RDF data based on an industrial use case. In E. Weippl, M. Indrawan-Santiago, M. Steinbauer, G. Kotsis, I. Khalil I. (editors), Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications & Services - iiWAS 2013, pages 336-340, December, 2013.
C. Lettner, W. Kirchmayr, F. Kokert, M. Habringer, M. Pichler. RDFreduce: Supporting diverse knowledge perspectives on heterogeneous data sources in the industrial systems domain. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Information Quality (ICIQ 2012), pages electronically, November, 2012.
O. Mangisengi, M. Pichler, D. Auer, D. Draheim, H. Rumetshofer. Activity warehouse: Data management for business activity monitoring. Proc. 9th. Int. Conf. on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS 2007), pages 137-144, INSTICC, June, 2007.
M. Pichler, H. Rumetshofer, W. Wahler. Agile requirements engineering for a social insurance for occupational risks organization: A case study. Proc. 14th IEEE Int. Requirements Engineering Conf. (RE'06), pages 251-256, IEEE Computer Society, September, 2006.
M. Pichler, H. Rumetshofer. Business process-based requirements modeling and management. Proc. 1st Int. Workshop on Requirements Engineering Visualization (REV'06), IEEE Computer Society, September, 2006.
M. Pichler. Enabling contextual services in wireless context area networks. Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. on Pervasive Computing (Pervasive 2004), Doctoral Colloquium, pages 111-117, Austrian Computer Society, April, 2004.
T. Hofer, W. Schwinger, M. Pichler, G. Leonhartsberger, J. Altmann, W. Retschitzegger. Context-awareness on mobile devices - The hydrogen approach. Proc. 36th Annual Hawaii Int. Conf. on System Sciences 2003 (HICSS-36), IEEE Computer Society, January, 2003.
M. Pichler. Enabling communities in physical and logical context areas as added value of mobile and ubiquitous applications. In F. Crestani, M. D. Dunlop, S. Mizzaro (editors), Proc. Int. Workshop on Mobile and Ubiquitous Information Access (Mobile HCI 2003), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 2954, pages 42-53, Springer, 2003.
M. Pichler, T. Hofer, G. Leonhartsberger. Bringing together people: Social benefit of mobile ad hoc applications. Proc. 2002 Conf. on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2002), pages on CD, April, 2002.
M. Pichler, T. Hofer, G. Leonhartsberger. Considerations and requirements for tools supporting mobile teams. Proc. 22nd Int. Conf. on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops, pages 389-390, IEEE Computer Society, July, 2002.
Mario Pichler is a senior researcher, project manager and project developer in the research area Data Analysis Systems at the Software Competence Center Hagenberg, Austria. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science from Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria) in 2007. Beyond that, he finished his BSc-studies Geo- and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Innsbruck (Austria) in 2015 with two theses about Agent-based Modelling and Probabilistic Graphical Models in tourism research.
He has more than 15 years of experience in application-oriented research in the areas of Ubiquitous Computing, Software Engineering and Data Analysis. As a result of these research activities, he has published more than 30 scientific publications in aforementioned areas.
His current research focus is on formal knowledge representation and analysis of complex relations and emerging phenomena, with applications, e.g., in decision making and situation/risk assessment.
Recently, he acted as principal coordinator for the Austrian national research project “insightTourism - Optimization of tourism investment decisions based on valid demand analysis by integrating social media and web data”, funded by the Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) within the COIN program line (prj.no. 841065, http://www.mountainresearch.at/insight-tourism/) and also coordinated the FFG Bridge project ACEPROM (prj.no. 84128) - matching of knowledge bases in the human resources domain.