News

Job opening: PhD candidate

CLiPS is looking for a talent in computational linguistics to do a PhD within a project on social media and political news. 

Symposium of AMiCA project

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On the occasion of the end of the AMiCA project, a symposium on Youngsters and Online Safety was organised on December 9th. More information can be found at www.amicaproject.be 

Congratulations dr. Janneke Van De Loo

On November 28, Janneke Van de Loo succesfully defended her PhD, entitled Machine Learning Approaches to Modeling Language Use of Individuals and Demographic Groups.

Visiting researcher: Polina Panicheva

We want to welcome Polina Panicheva, PhD Student at Saint Petersburg State University, as a visiting researcher for the period of a month. Polina has experience in computational stylometry and will work together with the Computational Linguistics Group. She will also give several talks, that will be separately announced.

FWO mandate for Stéphan Tulkens

Congratulations to Stéphan Tulkens who received an FWO predoctoral mandate for research on The Role of Semantics in Modelling the Bilingual Mental Lexicon.

Stéphan previously worken on the Accumulate project and will be replaced there by Pieter Fivez.

Madhumita and Pieter Fivez start on ACCUMULATE

The Accumulate project has two new predoctoral researchers as project members.

Pieter Fivez will be affiliated with CLiPS, University of Antwerp.

Madhumita will be affiliated with University Hospital Antwerp (UZA), but will pursue her PhD under supervision of prof. Walter Daelemans at CLiPS, University of Antwerp.

Children of less talkative adults start babbling later

The doctoral research of Liesbeth Vanormeling featured in Friday's De Standaard: article.

Language in Use seminar - Liesbeth Degand

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Article in Dwars on cyberbullying

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The student magazine Dwars published an article on cyberbully detection in Dutch.

It is available online here: http://www.dwars.be/artikel/computers-tegen-pesten

CLiPS spin-off Textgain in the news

Textgain is a spin-off of the University of Antwerp founded by members of the Computational Linguistics Research group.

https://www.textgain.com/

Textgain offers web services for multilingual, real-time predictive text analytics, including part-of-speech tagging, sentiment analysis and age & gender prediction.