Paul Nulty has a degree in Computer Science and Linguistics from University College Dublin, and received a PhD in Computer Science, also from UCD, on the topic "Lexical Expressions of Semantic Relations between Nouns". He then worked as a postdoctoral researcher on projects at LSE and Cambridge University. Before joining Birkbeck as a lecturer in 2021, he was a Marie Curie/Enterprise Ireland research fellow at CeADAR, UCD. His research focus is on applying natural language processing and data visualisation methods to questions in the social sciences and humanities.
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Areas of interest: Natural language processing, distributional semantics, digital humanities, computational social science, visualisation of linguistic data