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First Workshop on Computing News Storylines @ ACL-IJCNL (July 2015)


Vossen and his team is one of the organizers of the First Workshop on Computing News Storylines [NewsStory], in conjunction with ACL-IJCNLP 2015, July 26-31, 2015, Beijing, China.

Call for papers: deadline May 14, 2015

Kick off new project “Visualizing uncertainty and perspectives” (Feb.19, 2015)

On February 19, 2015 the kick off will take place of the new project “Visualizing uncertainty and perspectives”. Piek Vossen received funding from the Netherlands eScience Center for this project which aims to develop a tool that visualizes subjectivity, perspective and uncertainty to make them controllable variables in Humanities research. The tool should allow users […]

Vossen @ MAPLEX 2015 (Feb. 9-11,2015)



Vossen wil present his (peer reviewed) paper on “Words in context: a reference perspective on the lexicon” at MAPLEX 2015, Yamagata, Japan, February 9-11, 2015.

Vossen e.a. @ CLIN 2015 (Feb.6, 2015)




Vossen and his team will present their (peer reviewed) papers at the 25th Meeting of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN 2015), Antwerp, Belgium, February 6, 2015:

Predicting concreteness and perceivability: Emiel van Miltenburg (CLTL VU) Using computational semantics and computer vision to hack the brain – preliminary results and discussion […]

NewsReader Hackathon London Recap

Which cars crash most? Which automobile companies had to recall their cars over the last ten years and how does current news relate to news in the financial automobile industry domain from the last ten years?

Hacking at RICS in London

On Friday 30, 2015 three teams tried to answer these questions during the […]

Vossen bijdrage landelijke master Language (Feb/Mei 2015)


Piek Vossen verzorgt samen met Prof. W. Spooren een vak voor de landelijke Masterlanguage: “Kan de computer concreetheid meten?” Tekstbegrijpelijkheid en automatische taalanalyse van het Nederlands.



Wie begrijpelijk wil schrijven doet er goed aan concreet te zijn. Lezers willen graag concrete informatie lezen en onderzoek laat zien dat concrete teksten interessanter, […]