Maud holds a PhD in Computational Linguistics from the University of Paris 7 Denis Diderot and is a research scientist at the EPFL Digital Humanities Laboratory. Maud’s research interests span natural language processing and digital humanities and include historical document processing, information extraction, named entity processing, multilingual and historical resource creation, NLP system evaluation, and large-scale infrastructure.

Within Impresso, Maud is responsible for project management, data management, system architecture, infrastructure and sustainability, and shares responsibility for annotation and benchmarking, NLP and media mining.

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On the occasion of the first public release of the Impresso interface, we wish to take stock of our newspaper corpus. More than a year has passed since the last corpus update…

Stepping in the NLP / History trading zone: a series of posts

State of impresso newspaper collection - April 2018

On 22 and 23 February, the impresso consortium held a workshop at the Swiss Economic Archives in Basel, Switzerland, hosted by Irene Amstutz and Elias Kreyenbühl whom we warmly thank for their welcome.