1. 2019–today
    Ph.D. Computational Linguistics, University of Stuttgart.
    • Topic: Syntactically informed methods for information extraction in scientific writing
  2. 2018–2019
    M.Sc. Informatics, University of Edinburgh.
    • Final grade: A3 ("with distinction")
    • Master's thesis: "Epidemic Spreading and Real-Time Epidemic Response in Community Networks"
  3. 2014–2018
    B.Sc. Computational Linguistics, Saarland University (Saarbrücken).
    • Final grade: 1.1 ("with distinction")
    • Bachelor's thesis: "Efficient IRTG Parsing with Neural Chart Constraints" (in German)
  4. 2013–2014
    Studium generale, Leibniz Kolleg (Tübingen). The Studium generale serves as a preparation for university studies and offers courses and seminars from a wide variety of subjects, including German studies, rhetoric, and astronomy.


  1. 2019–today
    Doctoral researcher, Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence.
    • Part of group R26 ("Natural Language Processing and Semantic Reasoning")
  2. 2015–2018
    Research assistant, Saarland University (Saarbrücken).
    • Teaching assistant for the lecture "Introduction to Computational Linguistics"
    • Software development and research on discourse annotation and statistical parsing


  1. 2019
    M.Sc. Informatics Class Prize The M.Sc. Informatics Class Prize is awarded to the student who gained the highest overall mark in the M.Sc. Informatics degree.
  2. 2016–2019