I am an assistant professor in Computational Humanities.
My main research interest is in developing research methods where digital tools and statistical methods from the field of artificial intelligence are applied to study research questions in the humanities quantitatively, including qualitative human evaluation of these new methods. Using such computational methods, I have mainly worked on questions in linguistics and the history of ideas.
To get an impression of what specific things I have worked on, have a look at my Publications tab!
More information: e-Ideas project website
Jan 2018 - Dec 2021
Word order in verbal clusters in the Dutch-Frisian continuum
More information: Processing verb clusters - LOT dissertation 586
May 2013 - Jan 2018
Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC)
Amsterdam Center for Language and Communication (ACLC)