Two eScience Guest Engineers join Digital Humanities Lab
January 9th 2018: Dafne van Kuppevelt and Janneke van der Zwaan join DHLab to develop for the Bridging the Gap project.
Dafne van Kuppevelt
Dafne studied Computer Science and Mathematics at Utrecht University. During her master studies, she focused on Machine Learning and Data Analytics. After graduation, Dafne worked at ING as a Data Scientist, where she further developed her skills in Machine Learning and applied them to different business problems. At the Netherlands eScience Center, Dafne uses Machine Learning and Network Analysis in different domains, ranging from time series data from accelerometers to legal documents and islamic texts.
Janneke van der Zwaan
Janneke has a background in Artificial Intelligence, Human-Computer Interaction, and Science Communication. In 2014, she started working as an eScience Research Engineer at the Netherlands eScience Center. Her main expertise is text mining. Recently, she became interested in workflow standards as a means to facilitate research reproducibility and reuse of tools. This resulted in nlppln (pronounced ‘NLP pipeline’), an open source Python package that helps users to create text mining pipelines.