I'm a Ph.D student in Computational Linguistics in the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity College Dublin. My research is funded by the Irish research centre CNGL, also known as ADAPT. My main research interests are Authorship attribution, Stylometry, Statistics, Formal Concept Analysis, Pragmatics, and Rhetorical Structure Analysis.
Before starting the Ph.D, I studied in France (Université de Lorraine) and the Netherlands (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen) as part of the European Masters Program: Language & Communication Technologies (LCT). Before my master's, I studied Linguistics and English at the University of Bremen, specializing in Computational Linguistics.
During the summers of 2012 and 2013, I also worked at DigitalPebble in Bristol (UK), a company specializing in open source solutions for web crawling, natural language processing, information extraction and retrieval.
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Computational Linguistics Group (CLG)
O'Reilly Institute, Trinity College Dublin
College Green, Dublin 2