Katrien Beuls

Postal address:

Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Artificial Intelligence Lab (DINF)
Pleinlaan 2
B-1050 Brussels
Office hours: Tuesday 3pm - 5pm

Room: Pleinlaan 9, 3.22
Phone: +32 2 629 37 01
Fax: +32 2 629 37 29

Katrien Beuls received her MSc in Speech and Language Processing from the University of Edinburgh in 2009 and her MA in Linguistics from the University of Leuven in 2008. She defended her PhD in 2013 at the VUB on a new framework for Computer-Assisted Language Learning that is rooted in Computational Construction Grammar and uses fundamental techniques of symbolic AI such as student modelling and the representation of tutoring strategies to provide personalised feedback to the student. At present she is assistant professor in Computer Science lecturing in Natural Language Processing technologies and AI programming paradigms. She is engaged in the H2020 ODYCCEUS project (www.odycceus.eu) and prime coordinator of the ATLANTIS (Era-Net) project. Her main research interests lie in the applications of Computational Construction Grammar in diverse settings including language tutoring, formal grammars, music composition and evolutionary linguistics.

The complete list of her publications and research output can be found through the VUB research portal.

Please visit the Fluid Construction Grammar website to find demonstrations on her work and information about upcoming workshops or tutorials.


Here are some of my selected publications. You can also take a look at the complete list of my publications.