My research interests fluctuate between Computational Linguistics (CL) / Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Digital Humanities (DH).

They include, but are not limited to

  • Anaphora resolution
    • Coreference resolution
    • Bridging resolution
  • Computational literary studies
    • Detecting (proto-)types of literary characters
    • Modeling relationships of literary characters
  • Domain adaptation for DH data
    • Dealing with low resource scenarios
    • Discovering and exploiting text structure
  • Modeling of diachronic processes in compounds
    • Compound creation
    • Compositionality
  • The combination of all these things

For more concrete examples of my research, please refer to the list of my publications and to the websites of the projects I am or was involved in.