Language Technology Lab

Welcome to the home page of the Language Technology Lab
at the Informatics Institute, University of Amsterdam.

The Language Technology Lab's research focuses on information access from natural language data. Our work ranges from basic research in natural language processing to key applications in human language technology, and covers areas such as machine translation, summarization, question answering, language modeling, and image captioning.

See here for instructions how to get to our department,
and here for a map.
Yep, that's me.



Members Former members
  • Ke Tran (PhD student, graduated 2018)

  • Marlies van der Wees (PhD student, graduated 2017)

  • Katya Garmash (PhD student, graduated 2017)

  • Spyros Martzoukos (PhD student, graduated 2016)

  • Simon Carter (PhD student, graduated 2012)

  • Arianna Bisazza (postdoc)

  • Ivan Zapreev (postdoc)

  • Bogomil Kovachev (postdoc)

  • Christophe Costa Florencio (postdoc)

  • Amit Bronner (scientific programmer)

  • Jeroen Kools (scientific programmer)