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Thomas 2.0: Dr. Ullmann

Fridolin Wild, Tuesday 27 October 2015 | Annotate
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We have a new doctor in the house: Thomas Ullmann passed his viva today with flying colours, defending his thesis on 'Automated detection of reflection in texts'.

Thomas investigated in his monograph, how natural language processing and machine learning techniques can be utilised to support the automated recognition of reflective writing, thereby developing a new unified model of reflection as well as rigorously evaluating a set of algorithms apt to identify the different aspects contributing to creative sense-making of the past.

Thomas was supervised by Peter Scott and Fridolin Wild.

Congratulations, Dr. Ullmann :)

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