Persönlicher Status und Werkzeuge

Prof. Dr. Johann Schlichter

Professor emeritus since 31.03.2016

Department

Informatics

Contact Details

Visitenkarte in TUMonline

Academic Career and Research Areas

The research interests of Prof. Schlichter (b. 1950) lie in social software, computer-aided group work, community support systems, distributed collaborative applications, mobile context-aware information and cooperation systems, e-learning and knowledge management.

After studying Informatics and obtaining his doctorate in 1980 at TUM, Prof. Schlichter spent two years there working as an assistant professor. After that, he worked at Siemens Research Technology Laboratories in Princeton, USA (1982-85), the Xerox Corporation’s Webster Research Center in Webster, USA (1985-89) and Softlab GmbH in Munich (1989-91). In 1991, he was appointed professor of applied computer science/cooperative systems. He took sabbaticals to work at the European Xerox Research Lab, Grenoble (1995) and Ixos, Munich (1999/2000). Prof. Schlichter is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the IEEE Computer Society, Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI) and the alumni association Bund der Freunde der TUM.

Key Publications (all publications)

Wörndl W, Schlichter J: “Contextualized Recommender Systems: Data Model and Recommendation Process”. In: Personalization of Interactive Multimedia Services: A Research and Development Perspective. Editors: Pazos-Arias J, Delgado Kloos C, Lopez Nores M. 2008; 85 - 100

Stegmann R, Leckner T, Koch M, Schlichter J: “Customer support for the web-based configuration of individualised products”. Int. J. Mass Customization. 2006; 1: 195.

Groh G, Schlichter J: "Technische und konzeptuelle Modelle für mobile Communities". In: Community services: lifestyle. Editors: Reichwald R, Krcmar H, Schlichter J, Baumgarten U; 2005; 6: 307-370.

Schlichter J, Koch M: „Groupware“. In: Strategic Production Networks. Editors: Zheng L,  Possel-Dölken F. 2002; 57 – 70.

Borghoff U, Schlichter J: Computer-Supported Cooperative Work - Introduction to Distributed Applications. Berlin: Springer, 2000.