Contact Details and Legal Information

E-Mail: info [at] weblyzard [dot] com
Twitter: @webLyzard

Company Name: webLyzard technology gmbh
Address: Liechtensteinstrasse 41/26, 1090 Vienna, Austria
Registration Office:
Handelsgericht Wien
VAT Number: ATU64547958
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Background and Track Record

Built on 15 years of R&D into semantic technologies for Web intelligence and visual analytics applications, webLyzard is an Austrian SME founded in 2008. A strong track record of research funding from national and European programs – including the 7th Framework Program (FP7) and Horizon 2020 – and a large number of successful reference projects for international clients reflect webLyzard’s technology leadership and a consistent high rate of innovation.

Management Team

Photo | Arno Scharl

Prof Dr Arno Scharl is the Managing Director of webLyzard technology. He also heads the Department of New Media Technology at MODUL University Vienna. Prior to his current appointments, he held professorships at the University of Western Australia and Graz University of Technology, was a Key Researcher at the Austrian Competence Center for Knowledge Management, and a Visiting Fellow at the University of California at Berkeley. He completed his doctoral research and habilitation at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Additionally, he holds a PhD and MSc from the University of Vienna, Department of Sports Physiology.

Photo | Albert Weichselbraun

Prof Dr Albert Weichselbraun is a Professor of Information Science at the University of Applied Sciences Chur. He held a position as an Associated Professor at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and was a Visiting Professor at the University of Western Australia. His habilitation thesis focused on the automated analysis of digital content via ontologies and semantic methods. Dr Weichselbraun leads webLyzard’s technical development, with a special focus on the analytical methods involved. Apart from his academic work he actively participates in the improvement of related open-source products.