M.Sc. Benjamin M. Abdel-Karim

Research Assistant
M.Sc. Benjamin M. Abdel-Karim

M.Sc. Benjamin M. Abdel-Karim

Research Assistant
Since March 2018, Benjamin M. Abdel-Karim is a research assistant of Prof. Dr. Oliver Hinz at the Chair of Information Systems and Information Management. Benjamin M. Abdel-Karim has gained practical experience through his training as a bank employe and as an employe in banks, such as Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management.

Benjamin M. Abdel-Karim studied business administration and computer science at the Technische Universität Darmstadt (M.Sc.). The focus of his studies was on project data knowledge engineering/ artificial intelligence and financing. Prior to his master’s degree, he completed his bachelor’s degree in business administration and computer science (B.Sc.) at the University of Bremen. His focus in the bachelor’s program was on computational finance.

Since March 2018, Benjamin M. Abdel-Karim is a research assistant of Prof. Dr. Oliver Hinz at the Chair of Information Systems and Information Management.

Benjamin M. Abdel-Karim has gained practical experience through his training as a bank employe and as an employe in banks, such as Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management.

 

Publications

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Keller, Katharina / Carl, Kim Valerie / Jöntgen, Hendrik / Abdel-Karim, Benjamin M. / Mühlhäuser, Max / Hinz, Oliver (2019)
K.I.T.T., where are you? - Why Smart Assistance Systems in Cars enrich People's Lives
International Workshop on Ubiquitous Personal Assistance (UPA '19) (Best Paper Award).

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