Alex Stolz, PhD

Alex Stolz, PhD

Digitalization and IoT Specialist

Dorst Technologies

Universität der Bundeswehr Munich

Welcome to the academic Web page of Alex Stolz, PhD.

On this page, I provide useful information about projects, scientific activities, publications, and tools and applications related to my past research.

For several years, I was employed as a research and teaching assistant at the chair of General Management and E-Business of the Universität der Bundeswehr Munich, Germany. There I was a member of the E-Business and Web Science Research Group (meanwhile Research Group for Web Science and Digitalization) headed by Prof. Dr. Martin Hepp. Since 2018, I am responsible for digitalization at Dorst Technologies, a tech-leading company in special machine engineering located in Bavaria, Germany.

I hold a PhD in economics and social sciences as well as a master degree in computer science.

Interests

  • Digitalization
  • Information Retrieval
  • Conceptual Modeling
  • Data Integration
  • Data Analytics
  • DBMS
  • Web Engineering
  • Machine Learning

Education

  • PhD in Economics and Social Sciences, 2016

    Universität der Bundeswehr Munich, Germany

  • Diploma in Economics, 2011

    University of Innsbruck, Austria

  • MSc in Computer Science, 2009

    University of Innsbruck, Austria

  • BSc in Computer Science, 2006

    University of Innsbruck, Austria

Skills

Python

90%

JavaScript

80%

Digitalization

80%

Data Science

70%

Linux and Scripting

70%

Cloud Computing

60%

Experience

 
 
 
 
 

Coordinator Digitalization and IoT

Dorst Technologies

Feb 2018 – Present
Responsibilities:

  • Process optimization
  • Product development
  • Elaboration on new business models
  • Project coordination
  • Software engineering
 
 
 
 
 

Senior Researcher and Teaching Assistant, Post-Doc

Universität der Bundeswehr Munich

Jul 2016 – Jan 2018
Responsibilities:

  • Course design, research and teaching in E-Business and Web Science
  • Self-initiated research and publishing at academic conferences
  • Theses supervision (BSc, MSc)
  • Administration and maintenance of the academic infrastructure
  • Project management and application development
 
 
 
 
 

Research and Teaching Assistant, Doctoral Student

Universität der Bundeswehr Munich

Sep 2009 – Jul 2016
Responsibilities:

  • Research and teaching in E-Business and Web Science
  • Setup and maintenance of academic infrastructure
  • Project management and application development

Recent Publications

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No Fear of Detail Work

A research project at the Technical University of Munich, M@OK (Machine@OnlineKnowledge), aims to look at the problems of accessing and …

What Does an Ontology Engineering Community Look Like? A Systematic Analysis of the schema.org Community

We present a systematic analysis of participation and interactions within the community behind schema.org, one of the largest and most …

Integrating Product Classification Standards into Schema.org: eCl@ss and UNSPSC on the Web of Data

This paper details a novel approach for using product classification standards in Web data markup in Microdata and JSON-LD syntax that does not require the availability of proper Web ontology variants of the underlying standards. Our proposal has already been integrated into the official version of schema.org (in use by Google and major search engine operators) and can be readily used for research and business applications.

Linked Open Data for Linguists: Publishing the Hartmann von Aue-Portal in RDF

The Hartmann von Aue-portal is a decade-long initiative to employ Web technology in order to support the study of the early German. It …

Representing Fashion Product Data with Schema.org: Approach and Use Cases

The last decade has seen a considerable increase of online shops for fashion goods. Technological advancements, improvements in …

Recent Posts

Tools and Applications

In here, I provide a list of tools and applications that I have developed during my years of research activities.

Contact

Email is the preferred mode of communication