I am an associate professor at the University of Copenhagen, Department of Computer Science, where I head the Copenhagen Natural Language Understanding research group as well as the Natural Language Processing section. My main research interests are fact checking, low-resource learning and explainability.

Before starting a faculty position, I was a postdoctoral research associate in Sebastian Riedel's UCL Machine Reading group, mainly investigating machine reading from scientific articles. Prior to that, I was a Research Associate in the Sheffield NLP group, a PhD Student in the University of Sheffield Computer Science department, a Research Assistant at AIFB, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and a Computational Linguistics undergraduate student at the Department of Computational Linguistics, Heidelberg University.

I currently hold a prestigious DFF Sapere Aude Research Leader fellowship on 'Learning to Explain Attitudes on Social Media', and am a member of the Danish Young Academy, a unit under the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters. I am also President of the ACL Special Interest Group on Representation Learning (SIGREP) which organises the Repl4NLP workshop series, and Vice President-Elect of SIGDAT which organises the EMNLP conference series. I am a co-founder of Widening NLP (WiNLP), and maintain the BIG Directory of members of underrepresented groups and supporters in Natural Language Processing.

For more details, see my publications and CV. More information on how to join us in Copenhagen can be found here.