Verhoeven, B., van Huyssteen G. B., & Daelemans W. (2012).  AuCoPro: Project Presentation and Recent Developments. Presented at Centre for Text Technology (CTexT), North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa. PDF
Verhoeven, B., & Daelemans W. (2012).  Automatic Compound Processing (AuCoPro) - Semantic Analysis. Presented at ATILA 2012, Groesbeek, The Netherlands. Abstract PDF


De Smedt, T., Lechat L., & Daelemans W. (2011).  Generative Art Inspired by Nature, Using NodeBox. Presented at 9th European event of Evolutionary Music, Sound an Art (EvoMusArt2011), Torino, Italy. Abstract
modeling creativity nodebox
Kloots, H., Gillis S., & Verhoeven J. (2011).  De svarabhaktivocaal in het Standaardnederlands: temporele aspecten. Presented at the Taaldag of the Belgische Kring voor Linguïstiek in Antwerp, Belgium.
schwa epenthesis
Kloots, H., & Smits T. (2011).  Dialectpop in Vlaanderen: een sociolinguïstische benadering. Presented at the Zesde Internationale Streektaalconferentie: Streektaal in muziek - Muziek in streektaal (organized by Stichting Nederlandse Dialecten & Variaties vzw), Heerde, The Netherlands..
Luyckx, K., & Daelemans W. (2011).  Combined Qualitative and Quantitative Error Analysis in Multi-Topic Authorship Attribution. Presented at the 21st Meeting of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN), Ghent, Belgium.
Luyckx, K. (2011).  Text analytics and machine learning for user identification and content reliability. Presented at the 20th Annual Belgian-Dutch Conference on Machine Learning (Benelearn 2011), The Hague, The Netherlands.
amica stylometry
Peersman, C., Daelemans W., & Van Vaerenbergh L. (2011).  Age and Gender Prediction on Netlog Data. Presented at the 21st Meeting of Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN21), Ghent, Belgium..
Peersman, C., & Daelemans W. (2011).  Age and Gender Prediction on Netlog Posts. Presented at the Colloquium Series of the Language and Speech unit, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
Vaassen, F., & Daelemans W. (2011).  Automatic Emotion Classification for Interpersonal Communication. Presented at the 2nd Workshop on Computational Approaches to Subjectivity and Sentiment Analysis (WASSA 2.011). Abstract