I'm a natural language processing researcher and currently work at Saarland University in the SFB 1102 project "Controlling Information Density in Discourse Generation. Before that, I worked on predictive dependency parsing and a range of other things.
I obtained my bsc, msc and phd at Universität Hamburg.
I review for the relevant conferences in my field (*ACL, EMNLP, COLING), and was acknowleded as outstanding reviewer for Coling 2018 as well as for providing one or more outstanding reviews at ACL 2017.
Open Access is important to me and I (sadly) hold the record of most publications in the UHH CS open access document server with 22 publications on the server. In addition, I volunteer for the ACL anthology (which is fun and you can do it, too!).
In Hamburg, I was a member of a relatively long list of committes:
- Academic senate of Hamburg university for (2009-2013)
- Expert commite of Hamburg University for inspecting academic misconduct (2015-2020)
- student committee for computer science (2005-2009)
- Extended steering committee Dep. Informatics (2006-2011)
- several appointment committees for professorships
And committees which are too much work to translate:
- Fach-Promotionsausschuss Informatik
- Zentralausschuss für Nachwuchsförderung (UHH)
- Prüfungsausschuss Diplom
- Studienreformausschuss / Studienkommission
- Dekanfindungskommission (MIN-Fakultät)