I am a PhD student at the Faculty of Linguistics, University of Oxford and a researcher at the Center for Information and Language Processing, LMU Munich. I am co-advised by Janet Pierrehumbert and Hinrich Schütze. My PhD is funded by the AHRC and the German Academic Scholarship Foundation.
My research focuses on the link between natural language processing and the social and cognitive sciences. I am interested in language dynamics on social networks, the linguistic capabilities of pretrained language models, and computational morphology (particularly derivational morphology).
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MSc in Computational Linguistics and Computer Science
MSt in Linguistics
University of Oxford
Modeling ideological agenda setting and framing in polarized online groups with graph neural networks and structured sparsity
Valentin Hofmann, Janet Pierrehumbert, and Hinrich Schütze