Glorianna JagfeldPhD student, Associate Lecturer
My research interests lie at the intersection of Mental Health and Natural Language Processing. I am looking for ways to apply corpus and computational linguistic methods to explore and analyze descriptions of personal recovery experiences by people living with bipolar disorder. My supervisors are Steven Jones, Fiona Lobban and Paul Rayson.
I've obtained both my Bachelor and Master of Science degree in natural language processing at the Institute for Natural Language Processing (IMS) at the University of Stuttgart. After graduation in May 2017 I worked there as a research assistant on natural language generation via neural networks.
Talking about personal recovery in bipolar disorder
- Spectrum Centre for Mental Health Research