Martin ReisenbichlerMag.Mag. Martin Reisenbichler Bakk.phil. Contact information and photo taken from and editable at WU Directory.
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Awards and Honors
- Austrian WAW funding for developing an enterprise search system based on natural language processing and machine learning
- WU Award for outstanding research achievements
- Austrian FFG funding for developing a SEO & SEA analytics software for banks and insurance companies
- Yearly Austrian federal funding for research and software development
- M.A. with distinction in Communication Science
- Merit scholarship (by the Austrian Ministry for Science, Research, and Economy): 14th position out of all M.A. students in Communication Science (top 1%) based on achieved grades
- First major part of M.A. with distinction in Philosophy
- Top 8% of cohort in the entrance test for Communication Science
- High school matriculation with distinction
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|2019||Reisenbichler, Martin, Reutterer, Thomas. 2019. Topic Modeling in Marketing: Recent Advances and Research Opportunities. Journal of Business Economics (JBE) (früher: Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft ZfB). 89 (3), 327-356.||(Details)|
|2021||Reisenbichler, Martin, Reutterer, Thomas, Schweidel, David, Dan, Daniel. 2021. Supporting Content Marketing with Natural Language Generation. EMAC 2021 Annual Conference, Madrid, Spain, 25.05.-28.05.||(Details)|
|Reisenbichler, Martin, Reutterer, Thomas, Schweidel, David, Dan, Daniel. 2021. Supporting Content Marketing with Natural Language Generation. 43rd ISMS Marketing Science Conference, New York, United States/USA, 03.06.-05.06.||(Details)|
|2019||Fruchter, Gila, Reisenbichler, Martin, Reutterer, Thomas. 2019. Country Image Effects in Production Relocation Timing Decisions. INFORMS Marketing Science Conference 2019, Rom, Italien, 20.06.-22.06.||(Details)|
|2021||Reisenbichler, Martin, Reutterer, Thomas, Schweidel, David, Dan, Daniel. 2021. Supporting Content Marketing with Natural Language Generation. MSI Report No. 21-107, Working Paper Series of the Marketing Science Institute, Cambridge, MA.||(Details)|
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