Thesis:Sentiment Polarity Shifters: Creating Lexical Resources through Manual Annotation and Bootstrapped Machine Learning Research Group:Language and Signal Processing (LSV) Supervisors: Prof. Dietrich Klakow, Michael Wiegand
May 2017 – May 2018: Second Chairman May 2018 – present: First Chairman
“Friends of LST” is the alumni network of the freshly merged computational linguistics and translation department.
We organise networking events for former and current members, supports social events for department, etc.
Department 25th Anniversary Celebration
January 2017 –
For the 25th anniversary of the department of computational linguistics and phonetics we organised a celebration to which all current and former members of the department were invited.
I was in charge of handling the invitations, which involved compiling the list of invitees, determining their current contact information, managing RSVPs and handling any other correspondence.
January 2013 –
The outreach team Bachelorpool organises events to inform the public about computational linguistics.
Among the events we regularly participate in are: Girl’s Day: Introducing girls aged 10–16 to STEM subjects. UniCamp: 5-day event for girls aged 12–15 comprised of half-day STEM workshops. Open House: Presentations and demonstrations for the general public.
Student Council Computational Linguistics
January 2013 –
Universität des Saarlandes
The student council (Fachschaftsrat) provides a variety of services to the department of computational linguistics:
Introductory events for new students
Individual advice and support
Departmental social activities, such as breakfast buffets and the summer BBQ
Acquisitions for the student body, such as a study room fitted with lockers and leather sofas
Awarded to the department of computational linguistics at Saarland University for the AcListant project, of which I was a member as part of my doctoral studies. The project was honoured for its contributions to improving the working conditions of air traffic controllers.