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“Best Poster and Demonstration Award” for HITS NLP scientist

16. September 2019

Mark-Christoph Müller from the Natural Language Processing (NLP) group at HITS has been awarded the “Best Poster and Demonstration Award” …

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„Best Paper Award“ for HITS researchers

6. August 2019

Federico López and Michael Strube, both members of the Natural Language Processing (NLP) group at HITS, and Benjamin Heinzerling (former …

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Several papers accepted

24. June 2019

Several papers by NLP group members have been accepted at upcoming 2019 conferences and workshops. The paper “Fine-Grained Entity Typing in Hyperbolic …

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Paper accepted at RELATIONS 2019 Workshop

30. April 2019

The paper “Semantic Matching of Documents from Heterogeneous Collections: A Simple and Transparent Method for Practical Applications” (arXiv, GitHub) by NLP …

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Gräter and Strube new Marsilius Fellows at Heidelberg University

5. April 2019

HITS group leaders Prof. Dr. Frauke Gräter (MBM) and Prof. Dr. Michael Strube (NLP) have been …

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Successful defense

23. January 2019

Benjamin Heinzerling from the NLP group has successfully defended his PhD thesis with the title “Aspects of Coherence for Entity Analysis”. …

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HITS NLP @ GNDCon2018

13. November 2018

The SCAD Project (Scalable Author Disambiguation for Bibliographic Databases), which has been funded by the Leibniz-Gemeinschaft and the Klaus-Tschira-Foundation, will have …

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ACM Symposium 2018: Michael Strube speaks about „the dark side of NLP“

11. September 2018

The German Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) turns 50 this year and celebrates its anniversary with a Symposium in …

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Detecting “fake news”: Michael Strube@DSJM Workshop

17. August 2018

Michael Strube will give a talk at the DSJM workshop in London, titled “exploiting the speaker´s credibility to detect fake …

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LREC Paper Accepted

13. December 2017

The paper “BPEmb: Tokenization-free Pre-trained Subword Embeddings in 275 Languages” by Benjamin Heinzerling and Michael Strube has been accepted for LREC 2018, which …

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