I am a Tenure-Track Professor of Data Science at the Faculty of Economics and Business Studies of the University of Giessen. Before joining the University of Giessen, I worked as a postdoctoral researcher in machine learning at the University of Oxford, where I remain affiliated as an Associate Member at the Oxford-Man Institute. Prior to that, I headed a research group at the University of Freiburg where I also obtained my Ph.D. in Information Systems. My research focuses on data science methods and computational techniques for understanding and predicting human decision-making in the digital age. Current research projects apply machine learning and natural language processing to a broad selection of topics, including social networks, recommender systems and financial markets. Apart from academic research, I am a passionate programmer and interested in developing novel data science methods with high business value.
Negation Scope Detection Using Reinforcement Learning