My research interests revolve around natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning (ML) in challenging scenarios, such as under-resourced languages, multilinguality, or historical documents. I am particularly interested in linguistically-informed approaches to NLP, as well as improving NLP for a wider range of languages and text genres.
Previously, I was assistant professor at the Jönköping AI Lab (JAIL). As a postdoc in the CoAStaL NLP group at University of Copenhagen, Denmark, I worked on a project on “morphologically-informed representations for NLP” that received funding from the EU in form of a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship. Before that, I worked on various research projects related to computational historical linguistics at Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, where I also obtained my PhD degree in computational linguistics.
I also volunteer as Site Development Lead for the ACL Anthology.
- Two Decades of the ACL Anthology: Development, Impact, and Open Challenges, with Nathan Schneider, Arne Köhn, and Matt Post. (to appear at the NLP-OSS workshop)
- CreoleVal: Multilingual Multitask Benchmarks for Creoles, led by Heather Lent & involving an amazing group of co-authors! (arXiv preprint)