We work on computational models of natural language in a large variety of topics including lexicons, ontologies, word embeddings, NLP for digital humanities and social science, event detection and coreference, opinion and argumentation mining, grounding and human-robot interaction and more. You can find out more about our group on our website.
We create a lot of software and have a policy of sharing what we create. You can thus find most of our software on the CLTL’s GitHub, in a long list of repositories.
We hope that these pages will help you find your way through our repositories. This site is still under construction, so please come back regularly!