// joachim bingel

I'm a third year PhD student at the CoAStaL NLP group, University of Copenhagen, where I'm advised by Anders Søgaard.

My research focuses on automatic text simplification. In particular, I investigate how texts can be adapted to match the needs of specific readers. Other research interests include machine learning (in particular, multitask learning), using cognitive data to improve NLP systems, and corpus linguistics.

Before joining CoAStaL, I spent great years at the Institute for Computational Linguistics in Heidelberg, at Uppsala University, and at the Institute for the German Language (IDS Mannheim).

For more info, see my CV.

Joachim Bingel

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Two articles about my work have been published by Nota (in Danish).

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Alva Manchego, F.; Bingel, J.; Scarton, C.; Paetzold, G. H.; Specia, L. (2017): Learning How to Simplify From Explicit Labeling of Complex-Simplified Text Pairs. In IJCNLP 2017, Taipei.

Ruder, S.; Bingel, J.; Augenstein, I.; Søgaard, A. (2017): Sluice networks: Learning what to share between loosely related tasks. [arXiv]

Bollmann, M.; Bingel, J.; Søgaard, A. (2017): Learning attention for historical text normalization by learning to pronounce. In ACL 2017. Vancouver, Canada.

Bingel, J.; Søgaard, A. (2017): Identifying beneficial task relations for multi-task learning in deep neural networks. In EACL 2017. Valencia, Spain.


Bingel, J.; Barrett, M.; Søgaard, A. (2016): Extracting token-level signals of syntactic processing from fMRI - with an application to PoS induction. In ACL 2016. Berlin, Germany.

Bingel, J.; Søgaard, A. (2016): Text simplification as tree labeling. In ACL 2016. Berlin, Germany.

Barrett, M.; Bingel, J.; Keller, F., Søgaard, A. (2016): Weakly supervised part-of-speech tagging using eye-tracking data. In ACL 2016. Berlin, Germany.

Diewald, N.; Hanl, M.; Margaretha, E.; Bingel, J.; Kupietz, M.; Banski, P. and Witt, A. (2016): KorAP Architecture – Diving in the Deep Sea of Corpus Data. In LREC 2016. Portoroz, Slovenia

Bingel, J.; Schluter, N; and Martínez Alonso, H. (2016): The importance of designing your Neural Networks right. In SemEval 2016 Shared Task 11: Complex Word Identification. San Diego, California.

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Bingel, J. and Diewald, N. (2015): KoralQuery — A General Corpus Query Protocol. In: Innovative Corpus Query and Visualization Tools at NODALIDA 2015. Vilnius, Lithuania.

Bingel, J. and Haider, T. (2014): Named-Entity Tagging a Very Large Unbalanced Corpus. Training and Evaluating NE classifiers. In: LREC 2014. Reykjavik, Iceland. [ pdf | html ]

Fiedler, N.; Werthmann, A.; Stührenberg, M.; Schonefeld, O.; Bingel, J. and Witt, A. (2014): Forschungsinfrastrukturen an außeruniversitären Forschungseinrichtungen. Research Report. [ pdf | html ]

Bański, P.; Bingel, J.; Diewald, N.; Frick, E.; Hanl, M.; Kupietz, M.; Pęzik, P.; Schnober, C. and A. Witt. (2013): KorAP: the new corpus analysis platform at IDS Mannheim. In: Human Language Technologies as a Challenge for Computer Science and Linguistics. Proceedings of the 6th Language and Technology Conference. Poznań: Fundacja Uniwersytetu im. A. Mickiewicza. ISBN 978-83-932640-3-2 [ pdf ]

// miscellaneous

Time for some linguistic nerdity. I pronounce my first name [ˌjoˈaxɪm] (note the main stress is on the second syllable, which consists only of /a/). For non-German speakers though, I understand this will be difficult, and I tend to introduce myself (and accept varieties) depending on the sociolinguistic situation around me, e.g. English ([ˈdʒəʊ.əkɪm]), Danish ([ˈjoækimˀ]), Swedish ([ˈjuːakɪm])... The last name is ['bɪŋl̩] (the 'ng' as in strong).