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Department of Computational Linguistics Digital Linguistics

The Digital Linguistics group, December 2023. From left to right: Chiara Tschirner, Deborah Jakobi, Anna Bondar, Lena Bolliger, Cui Ding, Marius Huber, Lena Jäger (group leader), Jan Brasser, Patrick Haller

Our research interests lie at the intersection of computational cognitive science, experimental psycholinguistics, and machine learning. Our research interests are twofold: On the one hand, we investigate cognitive mechanisms that underlie human language processing through behavioral experiments (e.g., eye-tracking, self-paced reading) and computational cognitive modeling. On the other hand, we develop machine learning methods (e.g., deep learning architectures) for different language-related applications.

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