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Tanise Ceron

Institute for Natural Language Processing
Theoretical Computational Linguistics


Pfaffenwaldring 5 b
70569 Stuttgart
Room: 02.018

Office Hours

Scheduled on request via email.


My primary focus in research lies in the realm of computational social sciences, particularly delving into modeling societal discourse. This involves tasks like classifying various perspectives within texts, extracting opinions, and understanding the underlying worldviews embedded in large language models (LLMs). Moreover, I’m interested in implementing this type of research in real world use cases applications, such as news recommenders.

I'm a member of MARDY (Modeling ARgumentation DYnamics in Political Discourse).

Winter semester 2022/2023 - Seminar on Analysis of Societal Discourse

Summer Semester 2023/2024 - Seminar on Argument Mining and Discourse Analysis

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