About me

I am a first-year PhD student at the Department of Computational Linguistics at the University of Zurich, Switzerland. My main supervisor is Prof. Rico Sennrich.

My research focuses on the application of machine learning to natural language processing. I am interested in systems that use data in multiple languages and data for multiple application tasks.

Having a background in Computer Science and Philosophy, I graduated in 2019 from LMU Munich with an M. Sc. in Computational Linguistics. Previous stages include a research internship at Munich Re and teaching assistance with Prof. Hinrich Schütze at LMU.

I also have professional experience in full-stack web development, which remains one of my favourite hobbies.

Recent Posts

More General Stance Detection with x-Stance

Introducing a dataset for multilingual and multi-target stance detection.

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BERT for NER

How to apply BERT to the task of named entity recognition.

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How NLP affects Gender Equality

A brief essay discussing problems for gender equality in my field of study.

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