About me

I am currently a PhD candidate at ILLC, at the University of Amsterdam, advised by Katrin Schulz and Willem Zuidema. Here I work on developing and researching NLP methods for detecting bias in digital media. This project is at the intersection of explainable AI, cognitive psychology, and computational semantics.

Previously I was a Master's student Artificial Intelligence at the University of Amsterdam, where I did my thesis on the topic of language emergence in referential games. As an undergraduate, I studied at the University College Twente—a selective Bachelor’s program focusing on both technology and its role in society.