Georg Gottlob is a Professor of Computing Science at
Oxford University, UK
Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at the
Vienna University of Technology,
Austria (TU Wien)
, where he is a member of the Information Systems Institute. His research interests are database theory (in particular, query languages), Web information processing, constraint satisfaction problems, nonmonotonic reasoning,
finite model theory, and computational complexity.
On the more applied side, he supervises a number of industry projects dealing with expert systems and with multimedia information systems. From 1989 to 1996 he directed the industry-funded Christian Doppler Laboratory for Expert Systems. He is a co-founder of Lixto Corporation
Gottlob got his Engineer and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science
from TU Vienna, Austria in 1979 and 1981, respectively.
Before he moved to Oxford in 2006, he was a Full Professor of Computer
Science at TU (since 1988). Before that, he was
affiliated with the Italian National Research
Council in Genoa, Italy, and with the Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
During the spring semester 1999 he was invited McKay Professor at
Georg Gottlob was an invited speaker at many international conferences.
He has received the Wittgenstein Award from the Austrian
National Science Fund, is an ECCAI Fellow,
and a member of the
Austrian Academy of Sciences, the German Academy of Sciences
Leopoldina, and the European Academy of Sciences Academia
in London. He chaired the
Program Committees of IJCAI 2003 and ACM PODS 2000, was the Editor in
Chief of the Journal Artificial Intelligence Communications
and is currently a member
of the editorial boards of several other journals. Gottlob is an
ISI highly cited researcher