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Dipl.-Math. Tom Hanika

  • Universität Kassel, Fachgebiet Wissensverarbeitung
  • Wilhelmshöher Allee 73
  • 34121 Kassel (Germany)
  • Raum 0443
  • Telefon: +49 (0)561 804-6350
  • Fax: +49 (0)561 804-6259
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Tom Hanika

about me

My research at Kassel University includes the investigation of bipartite graph structures. In particular their relation to formal concept analysis, and the application in discovering hidden relationships in social networks. Further interests include permutation patterns and their connection to series parallel partial orders as well as machine learning in general.
I am also a senior developer of the blue social bookmark and publication sharing system BibSonomy.


  • Subreviewer: 15th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2016), October 16 - 21, Kobe, Japan.
  • Subreviewer: 2016 European Conference on Machine Learning and Principles and PKDD (ECMLPKDD 2016),
    September 19 - 23, 2016, Riva del Garda, Italy.
  • Subreviewer: 22nd Annual ACM SIGKDD Conference (KDD 2016), August 13 - 17, 2016, San Francisco, California.
  • Subreviewer: 13th International Conference on Concept Lattices and Their Applications (CLA 2016),
    July 18 - 22, 2016, Moscow, Russia.
  • Subreviewer: 13th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2016), May 29 - June 17, 2016, Heraklion, Crete, Greece.
  • Subreviewer: 25th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2016), April 11 - 15, 2016, Montreal, Canada.


Sommersemester 2016
Wintersemester 2015


Accompanying my research, these are the projects I participate to.
  • Wiskidz

    The WISKIDZ project is is a joint project of the International Centre for Higher Education Research (INCHER-Kassel) and the Interdisciplinary Research Center for Information System Design (ITeG) at the University of Kassel, supported by the BMBF. It contributes to a better understanding of long-term developments in the recruiting behavior in public research and individual career paths after obtaining a doctoral degree. The analyses are based on dissertation data, which are supplemented by information on publications, patents and macro-economic data among others. Essentially the project aims to understand changes in recruiting behavior over time with a special focus put on disciplinary idiosyncrasies. We create and analyze genealogies of doctoral students and their advisors in selected fields (physics, electronics, management and medieval history) from 1945 to the present. Further the project probes into the interdependencies of academic and non-academic employment opportunities of young researchers.
  • BibSonomy

    BibSonomy is a scholarly social bookmarking system where researchers manage their collections of publications and web pages. BibSonomy is an open source project, continously developed by researchers in Kassel, Würzburg, and Hanover. Functioning as a test bed for recommendation and ranking algorithms, as well as through the publicly available datasets, containing traces of user behavior on the Web, BibSonomy has been the subject of various scientific studies.