- Dr. Nils Reiter
- Benjamin Krautter
- Janis Pagel
- Melanie Andresen
- Former QuaDramA members
Dr. Nils Reiter
Nils Reiter studied Computational Linguistics at Saarland University. He did his PhD thesis at Heidelberg University and works as a Post-Doc at the Institute for Natural Language Processing (IMS) at Stuttgart University. Since his thesis with the title Discovering Structural Similarities in Narrative Texts using Event Alignment Algorithms (Link), he is working in and for the Digital Humanities area(s). Since 2019, is an interim Professor at the Department for Digital Humanities in Cologne.
Benjamin Krautter studied German Language and Literature and Politics at the University of Stuttgart and the Seoul National University. He works in the QuaDramA project since May 2017.
Benjamin Krautter NDL II
Janis Pagel studied Linguistics and German Studies at the Ruhr-University Bochum (2012-2015, B.A.) and Computational Linguistics at the University of Stuttgart and the University of Amsterdam (2015-2018, M.Sc.). Since April 2018, he is working in the QuaDramA project as a PhD student and is responsible for the Natural Language Processing and Coreference Resolution part of it.
Melanie Andresen studied German Language and Literature (B.A.) and German Linguistics (M.A.) at Universität Hamburg (2008-2014) and specialized in corpus linguistics and digital humanities. She worked at the Institut for German Language and Literature (2014-2017) and in the interdisciplinary research project hermA (2017-2020, both Universität Hamburg). Her dissertation (submitted in 2019) is about the use of syntactic annotations in data-driven corpus studies. Since August 2020 she works as a Post-Doc at the Institute for Natural Language Processing at the University of Stuttgart and in the research project Q:TRACK.
Melanie Andresen at IMS
Former QuaDramA members
Dr. Marcus Willand
Marcus Willand studied German language and literature, sociology and psychology at the universities of Darmstadt, Berlin (HU) and Åbo in Finland from 2002 to 2008. After graduating he wrote his PhD thesis on theories and models of readers in literary studies (publications) between 2009 and 2014 at HU-Berlin and Princeton University. Until 2018 he worked as a Post-Doc at the Institute for Literary Studies (ILW) at Stuttgart University (chair: Andrea Albrecht). Since 2018 he works for A. Albrecht in Heidelberg and in QuaDramA in Stuttgart. That’s where he met Nils in 2014.