Andrea Glaser

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Andrea Glaser

Andrea Glaser
Phone +49 711 685-81328
University of Stuttgart
Institute for Natural Language Processing
Pfaffenwaldring 5b
70569 Stuttgart

I am a PhD student in the group Foundations of Computational Linguistics, supervised by Jonas Kuhn. My main reasearch topic is Named Entity Disambiguation. My research is mainly funded by a grant from the Nuance Foundation. I also worked on Sentiment Analysis in the project D7 "Contextual Sentiment Analysis" (part of the SFB 732 "Incremental specification in context"), supervised by Hinrich Schütze.

In the winter term 2017/2018 I was Dr. Stefanie Anstein's substitute as the study program manager and student advisor. In the summer term 2018 we shared the tasks. As of the winter term 2018/2019 I am no longer in this role. For questions about the study program please contact the student advisor.



  • Andrea Glaser and Jonas Kuhn
    Named Entity Disambiguation for little known referents: a topic based approach
    Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (Coling 2016), Osaka, Japan, 2016.
    [pdf] [bib]
  • Andre Blessing, Andrea Glaser and Jonas Kuhn
    Biographical Data Exploration as a Test-bed for a Multi-view, Multi-method Approach in the Digital Humanities
    Proceedings of the 1st Conference on Biographical Data in a Digital World 2015, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2015.
    [pdf] [bib]
  • Andrea Glaser and Jonas Kuhn
    Exploring the utility of coreference chains for improved identification of personal names
    Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2014), Reykjavik, Iceland, 2014.
    [pdf] [bib]
  • Andrea Glaser and Hinrich Schütze
    Automatic generation of short informative sentiment summaries
    Proceedings of the 13th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL 2012), Avignon, France, 2012.
    [pdf] [bib]


Student theses

  • Andrea Glaser
    Feature Design and Evaluation for a Coreference Resolution System for English
    Diplomarbeit, 2011.
  • Andrea Glaser
    Effiziente Berechnung von semantischer Ähnlichkeit in GermaNet
    Studienarbeit, 2010.