Cyber crimes, Natural Language Processing, Semantic Web
Stuttgart Media University
Wed-based Information Systems and Services
Maral Dadvar is a postdoctoral researcher at the Web-based Information Systems and Services Group at Stuttgart Media University in Germany. She is currently the contextualization team leader in FID-Judaica, a national funded project, which aims to create a specialized knowledge-base for enrichment of library collections. Her research interests lie in the areas of information retrieval, data integration, and natural language processing while she is also heavily focused on Linked Open Data and social media information analysis.
She received her PhD degree from Human Media Interaction group at University of Twente in the Netherlands. During her PhD she has mostly worked on identification and prevention of online crimes with a special focus on cyberbullying and online trafficking.
Dr. Dadvar obtained her MSc in Advance Computer Science from University of Sheffield in UK, and her BSc in Computer Engineering from Eastern Mediterranean University in Northern Cyprus.