I am a PostDoc in the working group of Miriam Butt, Department of Linguistics, and PI in (and coordinator of) ADD-up, an international research project on augmenting deliberative democracy, funded by the Volkswagen Foundation from 2017 to 2020.
04/18: Article published in 'Digital Scholarship in the Humanities'
Our paper `Visual linguistic analysis of political discussions: Measuring deliberative quality' reports on some VisArgue results is now published here.
03/18: VisLR III proceedings now online
The proceedings of the VisLR workshop at LREC 2018 are now online here!
01/18: LREC workshop paper accepted
Working together with the economics department at Konstanz, our paper `CoUSBi: A Structured and Visualized Legal Corpus of US State Bills' was accepted in the Workshop on Language Resources and Technologies for the Legal Knowledge Graph. Authors are Aikaterini-Lida Kalouli, Leo Vrana, Vigile Marie Fabella, Luna Bellani and Annette Hautli-Janisz.
12/17: LREC paper accepted
As a result of the work in FOR2011, ''A Multilingual Approach to Question Classification'' was accepted at LREC 2018 in Japan. Authors are: Aikaterini-Lida Kalouli, Katharina Kaiser, Annette Hautli-Janisz, Georg A. Kaiser and Miriam Butt.
11/17: CfP for VisLR III is out
The third edition of the VisLR workshop was accepted at LREC 2018 - for more information see vislr.dbvis.de. The deadline is January 12, 2018. Looking forward to your contributions!
10/17: Argument technology with ARG-tech and the BBC
I was part of the Argument Analytics Team that analyzed BBC Radio 4's Moral Maze on Abortion on Oct 11 2017 and BBC2's Special: Abortion on Trial on October 14. bbc.arg.tech gives more information on the project, for a look behind the scenes go here.
09/17: DGfS 2018 workshop program
The program for our workshop "Why Indeed? Questions at the Interface of Theoretical and Computational Linguistics", held from March 7 - 9 2018 in Stuttgart, Germany, is out!
08/17: Argument & Computation paper out Mennatallah El-Assady and me analyze rhetorical strategies in German argumentative dialogs -- the paper can be found here.
07/17: ACL demo paper paper out We present the first web-based Visual Analytics framework for the analysis of multi-party discourse data -- the paper is here.
12/16: VolkswagenStiftung "International Research in Computational Social Sciences" bid successful
Together with my PostDoc co-applicants Valentin Gold (University of Göttingen, Germany) and Brian Plüss (University of Dundee, Scotland), we got funding for our project "Augmented Deliberative Democracy (ADD-up): Computational Enhancement of Large-scale Public Arbitrations in Real Time", running from 2017 to 2020. See http://arg.tech/add-up for more information.