The language technology lab carries out research in the field of Natural Language Processing. We mainly focus on two areas of specialization:
We are committed to reproducible and replicable research. Thus, we generally make all research software publicly available.
Reem Kabbani joins our laboratory as a Ph.D. candidate from October 2016.
Her research will focus on educational NLP.
Andrea Horbach joined our laboratory as researcher in October 2016. Her work will focus on educational NLP within the project “Bildungsgerechtigkeit im Fokus”.
The second project phase of the UDE-wide project “Educational Equity in the Spotlight” (“Bildungegerechtigkeit im Fokus”) started in October. LTL is a member of subproject 2, targeted at blended learning, and will focus on integrating free-text answers into the learning platform JACK.
The following submission was accepted for the NLP4CALL workshop at SLTC 2016, Umea, Sweden:
The following submission was accepted and will be presented at Coling 2016 in Osaka, Japan.
Assigning Fine-grained PoS Tags based on High-precision Coarse-grained Tagging
by Tobias Horsmann and Torsten Zesch
The following submission was accepted at KONVENS in Bochum, Germany:
short description and data:
Darina Benikova joins our laboratory as a Ph.D. candidate from Mai 2015.
Her research will focus on social media analysis.
The following submission was accepted at the SemEval workshop at NAACL 2016 in San Diego, USA:
The following submissions were accepted at the Building Educational Applications Workshop at NAACL 2016 in San Diego, USA: