|CLST, Radboud Universiteit|
|Language and speech resources; speech technology|
|Together with Nelleke Oostdijk I work in WP3 on data curation, metadata collection records and data management plans|
|Centre for Language Studies, Radboud Universiteit|
|Language and speech technology; digital humanities; text mining|
I am one of the technology track leaders of WP3 and team leader of the CLARIAH team at Radboud University, Nijmegen. I am professor of Language and Speech Technology and Research Director at the Centre for Language Studies at Radboud University. In my research I develop machine learning and language technology. Most of my work involves the intersection of the two fields: computers that learn to understand and generate natural language. Specific interests include memory-based learning, language modelling, the relation between written and spoken language, text mining, the Dutch language, computational humanities, and cultural heritage.
Aside from my activities in CLARIAH, I participate in the NWO research infrastructure project Nederlab (https://www.nederlab.nl/), the NWO ‘gravity’ project Language in Interaction (https://www.languageininteraction.nl/), the H2020 projects FutureTDM (http://www.futuretdm.eu/) and TraMOOC (http://tramooc.eu/), the NWO Creative Industry project Discosumo (http://discosumo.ruhosting.nl/), and several other research projects - see my personal webpage for more information.
|variation linguistics; syntax; research infrastructure|
|I am a professor of Dutch Linguistics at Leiden University, with specialization in syntactic microvariation. I am comparing the syntax of large numbers of (primarily Dutch) dialects against the background of a general formal theory of the syntax of natural language. I am co-applicant of CLARIAH+ and currently the PI of CLARIAH work package 3 (Linguistics; both NWO Roadmap). In the recent past I was the PI of the Syntactic Atlas of the Dutch Dialects project (www.meertens.knaw.nl/sand/zoeken/), the ESF project Edisyn (www.dialectsyntax.org), the CLARIN project MIMORE (http://www.meertens.knaw.nl/mimore/), the NWO-project Maps and Grammar (http://ifarm.nl/maps/home/), and PI and supervisor of two NWO-projects on the acquisition and typology of the morphosyntax of numerals ((http://hum.leiden.edu/lucl/knowledge-and-culture/).|
|Information technology; AI; Linguistics|
|I’m leading the Digital Humanities Group (DHG) at KNAW Humanities Cluster. Until September 2017, I worked on developing NLP tools within CLARIAH WP3, now I'm putting them to the test in the SERPENS pilot and ADAH EviDENCE projects. Besides that, DHG is working on increasing visibility and advancing digital humanities research at the Humanities Cluster.|
|University of Groningen|
|computational linguistics;search in treebanks;parsing|
|I am professor in language technology at the University of Groningen. I have worked on machine translation, bidirectional language processing, spoken dialogue systems, robust and wide coverage parsing of Dutch (Alpino), finite-state language processing, construction of large Dutch treebanks, generation and summarization. For Clariah, I work with Peter Kleiweg on the treebank and corpus search application PaQu.|