Johanna M. Poppek received her Master’s degree in Computational Linguistics from Ruhr-University Bochum in 2017, being a Research Associate at Linguistics Data Science Lab (earlier: Department of Linguistics) since January 2016.
I am currently a PhD Student in Computational Linguistics at the Linguistic Data Science Lab (Ruhr-University Bochum). My research interests include approaching linguistic issues with the help of modern data-driven methods of Machine Leaning and Deep Learning - concerning multi-disciplinary fields of research like countability or the interaction between syntax and semantics as well as classical Natural Language Processing. Since I have a keen interest for all kinds of data science aspects, I also work in experimental linguistics and corpus linguistics.
My teaching focuses on practical lectures for NLP and Machine Learning in both Python and R.
The project aims for an empirical model of the properties of EO verbs and a uniform analysis of German word order patterns and reflexive binding. The project is supported by a DFG grant (KI 759/9-1).
Kiss, Tibor, F. Jeffry Pelletier, Halima Husic & Johanna M. Poppek. 2017. Atomicity Revisited. Descrepancies in Logical Analyses of Plural Number. KU Leuven, Brussels. aufrufbar: count-and-mass.org/docs/presentation_Brussels.pdf*
Kiss, T., Pelletier, F.J., Husić, H. & Poppek, J.M. 2017. Issues of Mass and Count: Dealing with "Dual Life" Nouns. In Proceedings of the 6th Joint Conference on Lexical and Computer Semantics (ACL-Sem 2017), Vancouver, Canada, 189-198. aufrufbar: /media/pages/publikationen/Kiss2017Issues/starsem2017published.pdf
Kiss, T., Pelletier, F.J., Husić, H., Poppek, J.M. & Simunic, R.N.. 2016. A Sense-based Lexicon of Count and Mass Expressions: The Bochum English Countability Lexicon. In Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation LREC 2016, Portorož, Slovenia, aufrufbar: /media/pages/publikationen/Kiss2016Sense-based/lrec2016.pdf