Index of Authors

A list of all persons who contribute to the sessions of this conference. Please select a letter below to list all persons with the corresponding surname. Select the presentation in the right-hand column to access session and presentation details.

 
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Author(s) Organization(s) Contribution Title
Lang, AndréInsius, GermanyTowards the Human-Machine-Symbiosis: Artificial Intelligence as a Support for Natural Language Clustering
Lange, Benjamin P.Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, GermanyThe keyboard is the key—Language cues in online dating
Lauer, MarioSüddeutsche Zeitung GmbHHow to allocate resources best – case study of a nationwide newspaper
Laupper, EllenSwiss Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training SFIVET, SwitzerlandTiming your web survey: Effects of variations in time of contact, respondent’s completion behaviour and data quality outcomes in a course evaluation setting  Presenter
Lehmann, JasminTechnische Universität Ilmenau, GermanyInteractions on Twitter conducted at a cMOOC – Results of a mixed-methods study  Presenter
Leiendecker, FelixYouGov Deutschland GmbH, GermanyPlan & Track: Using connected single source data for Campaign planning and performance tracking  Presenter
Lemcke, JohannesRobert Koch Institut, GermanyThe impact of a mobile option in a migration survey on sample composition and data quality. Results from a multilingual feasibility study.  Presenter
Lessof, CarliSouthampton University, United KingdomProcess Quality and Adherence in a Mobile App Study to Collect Expenditure Data within a Probability Household Longitudinal Study  Presenter
Lin, Ji-PingAcademia Sinica, TaiwanUsing kinship big network data to overcome mistrust in recruiting the hard-to-reach populations: the case of Formosan endangered language survey  Presenter
Lindgren, ElinaUniversity of Gothenburg, SwedenWhen Don’t Know is not an Option: The Motivations behind Choosing the Midpoint in Five-Point Likert Type Scales
Loebbecke, ClaudiaUniversity of Cologne, Dept. of Media and Technology Mgmt., Cologne, GermanyIntegrating Artificial intelligence (AI) and the Human Crowd to Tackle 'Fake News': A Design Proposal  Presenter
Lück, DetlevFederal Institute of Population Reserach (BiB), GermanyOnline, Face-to-Face or Mixed-Mode? Findings from a Methodological Experiment in the GGP Context
Lugtig, PeterUtrecht University, Netherlands, TheAdapting surveys to the modern world: comparing a researchmessenger design to a regular responsive design for online surveys
Online, Face-to-Face or Mixed-Mode? Findings from a Methodological Experiment in the GGP Context
Lundmark, SebastianUniversity of Gothenburg, SwedenWhen Don’t Know is not an Option: The Motivations behind Choosing the Midpoint in Five-Point Likert Type Scales
Lütters, HolgerHTW Berlin, GermanyAutomation of the Real Voice of the Customer. Use of massive audio and video interaction in online interviews  Presenter
Luzsa, RobertUniversität Passau, GermanyLinguistic Properties of Echo Chambers and Hate Groups on Reddit  Presenter