About me

Kim Luyckx (born in 1982), computational linguist.

In 2004, I joined the CNTS Language Technology Group as a PhD student in computational stylometry under the supervision of Walter Daelemans. From 2007 to 2010, I was part of the Stylometry project team.

In 2010, I received a PhD in Computational Linguistics at the University of Antwerp. Read more about my dissertation 'Scalability Issues in Authorship Attribution' here.

From 2010 to the end of 2011, I was the coordinator of the AMiCA (Automatic Monitoring for Cyberspace Applications) project.

Since 2012, I am biomina's Text Mining project leader. Biomina (biomedical informatics research center Antwerp) is a joint initiative of the University Hospital Antwerp and the University of Antwerp. My office is at the University Hospital Antwerp site (see contact information).


[pdf] last updated December 12, 2012

Research interests

Text mining of clinical free text | Machine reading | Machine Learning | Computational stylometry | Digital Humanities


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