Marten Postma PhD student @ Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Interested in: NLP, (Word Sense) Disambiguation, WordNets
Fan of: Python, Jupyter Notebooks Contact hours: Weekdays except Tuesday 08:00-16:30
Email: m.c.postma [at] vu.nl

Teaching

2017

  • [Winter] Tutorial Python for Linguists, Co-Instructor, with members of the CLTL group

2016

  • [Summer] Computational Lexicon (Research Master Linguistics), Co-Instructor, with members of the CLTL group
  • [Winter] Tutorial Python for Linguists, Co-Instructor, with members of the CLTL group

2015

  • [Winter] Tutorial Python for Linguists, Co-Instructor, with members of the CLTL group
  • [Autumn] Computational Lexicon (Research Master Linguistics), Co-Instructor, with members of the CLTL group

2014

  • [Summer] Core Course Computational Linguistics (Research Master Linguistics), Co-Instructor, with members of the CLTL group

2013

  • [Summer] Computational Linguistics Tutorial 2 (Research Master Linguistics), Co-Instructor, with Antske Fokkens and Marieke van Erp.
  • [Autumn] Computational Linguistics Tutorial 1 (Research Master Linguistics), Co-Instructor, with Antske Fokkens and Marieke van Erp

2011

  • [Spring] Le français dans tous les sens (Bachelor French language and culture at Utrecht University)

Publications

2016

2015

2014

2013

Talks

  • Presented Counting Events and Participants within Highly Ambiguous Data covering a very long tail at the VU-CBS expert meeting on May 29th 2017 at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. [slides]

Organisation and reviewing

2018

2017

2016

  • Organizer of the second Spinoza workshop: Looking at the long tail
  • Second Reader for Alexandru Asandei, entitled: ‘Word Sense Disambiguation at Scale’, under supervision of Jacopo Urbani. The thesis was presented for the degree of Master of Science, in the department ‘Computer Science – Internet and Web Technology’, at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  • Reviewer for the 10th edition of the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC2016), 23-28 May 2016, Portorož (Slovenia)
  • Acted as consultant for scholieren.com on how to enrich their data with language technology.

2015

2014

  • Second Reader for Esther van den Berg. Master Thesis on the analysis of linking Open Dutch Wordnet to Princeton WordNet