My interests lie in the fields of natural language processing and information extraction. In the past I worked on natural language processing for lyrics and poetry, keyphrase extraction, knowledge base population and statistical and neural machine translation.
In January 2016, I had the opportunity to visit the University of North Texas and work with prof. Cornelia Caragea on keyphrase extraction from noisy labeled documents. This stay was supported by a Travel Grant for a short stay abroad by the FWO.
From February to April 2017, I was a visiting researcher at the Machine Intelligence Lab at Cambridge University under the supervision of prof. Bill Byrne to work on statistical and neural machine translation for text simplification and automated annotation. This stay was supported by a Travel Grant for a long stay abroad by the FWO.