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|Info=Fabian Flöck is a research associate at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) at the Institute AIFB. Before pursuing his academic career at KIT, he worked as head product manager for a Social Network platform based in Hamburg, Germany and as a consultant on interface and technical web design for a creative agency in San Francisco, CA.  
 
|Info=Fabian Flöck is a research associate at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) at the Institute AIFB. Before pursuing his academic career at KIT, he worked as head product manager for a Social Network platform based in Hamburg, Germany and as a consultant on interface and technical web design for a creative agency in San Francisco, CA.  
 
He holds a Diplom in Media Sciences from the University of Cologne, with a focus on sociology and economics. His diploma thesis on the socio-technical interactions in Tagging Systems and their effects on the quality of collaborative work successfully linked psycho- and sociological knowledge of behavioral patterns to the reality of collaboration in large-scale online systems.  
 
He holds a Diplom in Media Sciences from the University of Cologne, with a focus on sociology and economics. His diploma thesis on the socio-technical interactions in Tagging Systems and their effects on the quality of collaborative work successfully linked psycho- and sociological knowledge of behavioral patterns to the reality of collaboration in large-scale online systems.  
His continued work in this area has taken place in the EU-Project RENDER, where he analyzes the editor behavior in Wikipedia to find patterns that have effects on article quality and bias. This has led for example to the development of a significantly more accurate method to detect reverts in Wikipedia.
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His continued work in this area has taken place in the EU-Project RENDER, where he analyzes the editor behavior in Wikipedia to find patterns that have effects on article quality and bias. This has led for example to the development of a significantly more accurate method to detect reverts and word authorship in Wikipedia.
 
He is also a work package leader in the RENDER project.
 
He is also a work package leader in the RENDER project.
 
|Info EN=Fabian Flöck is a research associate at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) at the Institute AIFB. Before pursuing his academic career at KIT, he worked as head product manager for a Social Network platform based in Hamburg, Germany and as a consultant on interface and technical web design for a creative agency in San Francisco, CA.  
 
|Info EN=Fabian Flöck is a research associate at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) at the Institute AIFB. Before pursuing his academic career at KIT, he worked as head product manager for a Social Network platform based in Hamburg, Germany and as a consultant on interface and technical web design for a creative agency in San Francisco, CA.  
 
He holds a Diplom in Media Sciences from the University of Cologne, with a focus on sociology and economics. His diploma thesis on the socio-technical interactions in Tagging Systems and their effects on the quality of collaborative work successfully linked psycho- and sociological knowledge of behavioral patterns to the reality of collaboration in large-scale online systems.  
 
He holds a Diplom in Media Sciences from the University of Cologne, with a focus on sociology and economics. His diploma thesis on the socio-technical interactions in Tagging Systems and their effects on the quality of collaborative work successfully linked psycho- and sociological knowledge of behavioral patterns to the reality of collaboration in large-scale online systems.  
His continued work in this area has taken place in the EU-Project RENDER, where he analyzes the editor behavior in Wikipedia to find patterns that have effects on article quality and bias. This has led for example to the development of a significantly more accurate method to detect reverts in Wikipedia.
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His continued work in this area has taken place in the EU-Project RENDER, where he analyzes the editor behavior in Wikipedia to find patterns that have effects on article quality and bias. This has led for example to the development of a significantly more accurate method to detect reverts and word authorship in Wikipedia.
 
He is also a work package leader in the RENDER project.
 
He is also a work package leader in the RENDER project.
 
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Dipl.-Medienwissenschaftler Fabian Flöck

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Fabian Flöck is a research associate at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) at the Institute AIFB. Before pursuing his academic career at KIT, he worked as head product manager for a Social Network platform based in Hamburg, Germany and as a consultant on interface and technical web design for a creative agency in San Francisco, CA. He holds a Diplom in Media Sciences from the University of Cologne, with a focus on sociology and economics. His diploma thesis on the socio-technical interactions in Tagging Systems and their effects on the quality of collaborative work successfully linked psycho- and sociological knowledge of behavioral patterns to the reality of collaboration in large-scale online systems. His continued work in this area has taken place in the EU-Project RENDER, where he analyzes the editor behavior in Wikipedia to find patterns that have effects on article quality and bias. This has led for example to the development of a significantly more accurate method to detect reverts and word authorship in Wikipedia. He is also a work package leader in the RENDER project.

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