I'm a first year PhD student in the research group "Computational Models of Misunderstanding for Complex Instructional Texts (MisT)" supervised by Dr. Michael Roth.
My research goal is to model the potential for conflicting interpretations in written text.
My research interests in natural language processing (NLP) include
- the role of ambiguity in NLP
- the recovery of implicit meaning
- language grounding
- automatic text editing
- the detection of coherence relations in text
- relation extraction and knowledge graphs
My interest in NLP is based on my twofold background in computer science and literary studies. Before joining the research group, I received a M. Sc. in Computing in the Humanities from the University of Bamberg and a B. A. in Comparative Literature and French from the University of Tübingen.