I did my PhD at EPFL in Lausanne, working on methods for text mining and citation analysis of scholarly publications. During my PhD, I co-founded Odoma, a start-up offering customised machine learning solutions for the cultural heritage sector.
Prior to joining the University of Amsterdam, I have been part of the Research Engineering Group at The Alan Turing Institute, also as a co-investigator on the Living with Machines project. I have been a researcher at Leiden University, the Leibniz Institute of European History in Mainz, the University of Oxford. My background is in computer science (BSc) and history (BA, MA).
I am affiliated with the department of Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam, a member of Creative Amsterdam (CREATE) and the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC). As a visiting researcher, I convene the AI for Arts interest group at the Turing, and I am part of the Quantitative Science Studies group at CWTS.