Welcome to my personal website. Here you will primarily find information and posts related to my work at the University of Luxembourg, e.g., about multilingualism, computational sociolinguistics, or cultural theory. However, from time to time also thoughts about things that interest me as a halfday human being may pop up, be it loud music, strategic boardgames, flippancy in general, or baking bread.

| Life linguistics | Questoph | Uni.lu | Brömsenknöll-born | Data Science |

Recent publications

  • 2020Exploring the Linguistic Landscape of Cities through Crowdsourced Data. In: Brunn, Stanley / Kehrein, Roland (eds.): Handbook of the Changing World Language Map. Cham: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-73400-2_220-1
  • 2020 | spellux – Automatic text normalization for Luxembourgish. Available on GitHub
  • 2019Lörres, Möppes, and the Swiss. (Re)Discovering Regional Patterns in Anonymous Social Media Data. Together with Dirk Hovy. In: Journal of Linguistic Geography 7/2, 113–134. doi:10.1017/jlg.2019.10 | Cambridge Share Link

Links zu anderen Seiten


Personal profile @ IPSE, Université du Luxembourg


 Project “Lingscape. Citizen science meets linguistic landscaping”


 Project “Lautdenkmal reichsdeutscher Mundarten”


 International Society for Dialectology of German

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