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Prof. Dr. Paul Molitor

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Prof. Dr. Paul Molitor

Raum 217
Institut für Informatik
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle
Von-Seckendorff-Platz 1
06120 Halle (Saale)

phone: +49 (345) 5524710
fax: +49 (345) 5527009

Peer-reviewed Publications

[78] M. Pöckelmann, A. Medek, J. Ritter, and P. Molitor. LERA - An interactive platform for synoptical representations of multiple text witnesses. in: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Volume 38, Issue 1, pp.330-346. Oxford University Press 2023. Published online June 30, 2022:   

[77] T. K. H. Luu, M. Pöckelmann, J. Ritter, and P. Molitor. Applying LERA for collating witnesses of The Tale of Kiêu, a Vietnamese poem written in Nôm script. Digital Humanities 2022 (DH2022), 25-29 July 2022, Tokyo, Japan.

[076] J. Dähne, M. Pöckelmann, J. Ritter, and P. Molitor. Putting collation of text witnesses on a formal basis. In: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 37(2):375-390. Oxford University Press 2022. Published online October 14 2021:   

[075] M. Pöckelmann, J. Dähne, J. Ritter, and P. Molitor. Fast paraphrase extraction in Ancient Greek literature. In: Special Issue "Digital Tools form Intertexuality Studies", it - Information Technology, 62(2):75-89, de Gruyter 2020.   

[074] P. Molitor, G. Necker, M. Pöckelmann, B. Rebiger und J. Ritter. Keter Shem Ṭov ‒ Prozessualisierung eines Editionsprojekts mit 100 Textzeugen. Poster auf der 7. Jahrestagung des Verbandes Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum (DHd 2020), Paderborn, March 2-6, 2020.

[073] M. Pfuhl, J. Ritter, and P. Molitor. Finding the redundant gates in reversible circuits. In: Proceedings of the 10th Conference on Reversible Computation (RC 2018), LNCS 11106, pp. 205-219, Leicester, UK, September 13-14, 2018.   


Research Interests

Circuit design BDD based logic synthesis Data Structures and efficiente algorithms ♦ Hardware verification Equivalence test of combinational circuits Traveling salesman problem eHumanities Alignment of complex text variants

Professional career

♦ 1978: High school diploma at Lycée de Garçons de Luxembourg    ♦ 1978-1982: Study in Computer Science and Mathematics at University of Saarbrücken    ♦ 1986: Doctoral Degree under Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Günter Hotz    ♦ 1992: Habilitation and Venia Legendi in Computer Science ♦  1982-1994: Research assistant (1982-1991) and project leader (1991-1994) in the National Research Center 124 "VLSI and Parallelism" ♦ 1993 Associate Professor for Circuit Technology at Humboldt-University of Berlin ♦ 1994: Full Professor for Computer Engineering at Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg.

Computer Science lectures held so far

Automata and Computability Data Structures and Efficient Algorithms Informatics and Society Introduction to Computer Science for students of all faculties Introduction to Computer Architecture Introduction to Computer Engineering Introduction the Operations Systems Synthesis of Combinational Circuits Test and Formal Verification of Integrated Circuits The Hardware Description Language VHDL