Dr Robert Jäschke

Senior Lecturer

PhD (Kassel), Diploma in Mathematics (Dresden)



+44 (0)114 222 2682

Regent Court 232

I believe in the principle "Bildung durch Wissenschaft" ("educating inquiring minds") of Wilhelm von Humboldt and I consider programming as an important cultural technique (much like reading and writing) nowadays not only for computer science students. From 2013 to 2016 I coordinated the BSc/MSc module Artificial Intelligence at Leibniz University Hannover and gave lectures which covered the areas of search, constraint satisfaction problems, knowledge representation, fuzzy logic, and description logics. I also coordinated the MSc module Formal Concept Analysis from 2010 to 2016. In 2010 and 2011 I contributed to the Information Retrieval module with roughly 50%, covering topics such as spidering, user interfaces, link analysis, recommender systems, text categorization and text clustering. I was also teaching assistent for the modules Knowledge Discovery in Databases (2005–2008), Artificial Intelligence (2007), and Semantic Web (2005). I have supervised more than 20 Bachelor and Master theses and numerous student projects. After completion of a didactic qualification as a tutor supervisor in 2010 I co-organized for four times the workshop "Tutor Qualification for Computer Science" at the University of Kassel.

I am programme coordinator for MSc Information Systems Management, and Deputy Unfair Means Officer.