Eric Postma is a Professor in Artificial Intelligence at the Cognitive Science & AI department at Tilburg University and at the Jheronimus Academy of Data Science in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, a joint initiative of Eindhoven University of Technology and Tilburg University. His main interest are human perception and cognition, and the modelling thereof with AI techniques.
Dr. Jan Engelen is lecturer at Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences. He is interested in the cognitive processes and mechanisms that contribute to reading comprehension and in how these differ across and, over time, within individuals. He also focuses on the question of how reading comprehension may be facilitated, for instance by text … Read more
Jessica Pressman is Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature at San Diego State University. She is also co-Founder and co-Director of SDSU’s Digital Humanities Initiative. Her work examines how technologies affect our understanding of aesthetics and reading practices. She pursues these connections across literary and artistic experiments from the 20th and 21st centuries and … Read more
Jessie Labov is a Resident Fellow in the Center for Media, Data and Society, as well as the Director of Academic and Institutional Development at McDaniel College Budapest. At Central European University, she worked as a member of the Digital Humanities Initiative, and the Text Analysis Across Disciplines Initiative. In addition to writing on Polish film, Yugoslav popular culture, … Read more
Lucie Chateau is PhD candidate at Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences. She is a researcher in the field of digital culture and interested in bringing critical theory into the new media field and approaching social media beyond data. She is specifically interested in notions of debate, political subcultures and structures of knowledge online … Read more
Marieke van Erp is a Language Technology and Semantic Web expert with a penchant for interdisciplinary research. She leads the Digital Humanities Lab at KNAW Humanities Cluster (Amsterdam) and is a co-founder and scientific director of the Cultural AI Lab, a collaboration between various heritage and research institutes in the Netherlands. The Lab is aimed … Read more
Massimiliano Spotti is Assistant Professor at the Department of Cultural Studies and deputy director of Babylon, Centre for the Study of Superdiversity at the Faculty of Humanities and Digital Sciences at Tilburg University. His work focuses on three areas: (1) asylum 2.0 and the implication of the internet for the process of asylum seeking practices … Read more
Menno van Zaanen is Professor in Digital Humanities at North-West University Potchefstroom, with a background in computational linguistics. In the past, he mainly focused on unsupervised grammatical inference and applied machine learning to sequential data (in particular natural language). He worked on multi-modal structuring of data (music) and multi-modal information retrieval, as well on proofing … Read more