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Claudia Schulz
Postdoctoral Researcher
+49 (6151) 16 - 25293
+49 (6151) 16 - 25295
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TU Darmstadt - FB 20
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64289 Darmstadt



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Research Interests

  • Computational Argumentation and Argumentation Mining
  • Argumentation Theory
  • Logic Programming and Non-Monotonic Reasoning


  • ArgTeach: web platform for learning how to find complete labellings in abstract argumentation
  • LABAS Justifier: graphical justifications of answer sets 

Biographical Information


  • since 05/2017: post-doctoral researcher at UKP Lab on the FAMULUS project, TU Darmstadt, Germany
  • 06/2016 - 03/2017: Subject Matter Specialist for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at Outsmart Insights Ltd, UK


  • 10/2012 - 03/2017: Ph.D. and Teaching Scholar at Imperial College London, UK

    • Thesis: "Developments in Abstract and Assumption-Based Argumentation and their Application in Logic Programming"

  • 10/2013 - 09/2015: Postgraduate Certificated in University Learning and Teaching (PGCert ULT) at Imperial College London, UK
  • 10/2011 - 09/2012: M.Sc. in Computing (Artificial Intelligence ) at Imperial College London, UK

    • Thesis: "Argumentation-Based Answer Set Justification"

  • 10/2008 - 09/2011: B.Sc. in Cognitive Science at Osnabrück University, Germany

    • Thesis: "How to deal with Ontologies in an Anchoring Framework"

Publications at UKP

Multi-Task Learning for Argumentation Mining in Low-Resource Settings

Author Claudia Schulz, Steffen Eger, Johannes Daxenberger, Tobias Kahse, Iryna Gurevych
Date June 2018
Kind Inproceedings
PublisherAssociation for Computational Linguistics
Book titleProceedings of the 16th Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies
Pagesto appear
LocationNew Orleans, USA
Research Areas AIPHES, Ubiquitous Knowledge Processing
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Awards & Honours

  • 08/2017: 2nd year AAAI/EAAI 2017 New and Future AI Educators Award
  • 12/2016: AAAI/EAAI 2017 New and Future AI Educators Award
  • 03/2016: ACM UPE Student Chapter Scholarship Award
  • 11/2015: Selected Participant of Rising Stars in EECS
  • 08/2015: Selected Young Researcher of the 3rd Heidelberg Laureate Forum
  • 05/2015: Best Graduate Teaching Assistant Award
  • 03/2015: Google Prize for Excellence, 2nd Runner-up at the Google 2015 Poster and Demo Competition, Imperial College London)
  • 01/2015: Best Student 3-Minute Presentation at AAAI'15
  • 01/2015: SIGAI Student Travel Award
  • 11/2014: Ramamoorthy Best Paper Award at ICTAI'14
  • 11/2014: Best Student Paper Award at ICTAI'14
  • 09/2014: AISB Student Travel Award
  • 08/2013: Best Paper Award at the ICLP'13 DC
  • 08/2013: Winning team of the 20th Prolog Programming Contest
  • 05/2013: Corporate Partnership Programme Award for Academic Excellence
  • 06/2012: Teaching Scholarship from the Department of Computing, Imperial College London
  • 02/2012: Best Graduate at the Institute of Cognitive Science, Osnabrück University


Invited Talks

  • 05/2017: Leipzig University - "On the Non-Existence of Stable Labellings in Abstract Argumentation"
  • 04/2017: Workshop on Formal Argumentation in Online Discussions at Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf - "How to Handle the Inconsistency of Stable Semantics"
  • 11/2016: Imperial College London - "What Argumentation can do for AI"
  • 01/2016: Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf - "Rules & Arguments - Argumentation for Logic Programming"
  • 11/2014: TU Dresden - "Explaining Answer Sets using Argumentation Theory"
  • 10/2013: Imperial College London - "Yes - No - Yes - No - Yes... Is this how Argumentation works?"
  • 01/2013: King's College London - "Argumentation-Based Answer Set Justification"

Conference Talks

  • EAAI 2017
  • COMMA 2016 (Demo)
  • LPNRM 2015
  • AAAI 2015
  • ICTAI 2014
  • COMMA 2014
  • ICLP 2013

Workshop Talks

  • Cardiff Argumentation Forum 2016
  • AAAI/SIGAI DC 2015
  • International Workshop on Argumentation and Logic Programming 2015
  • Workshop on Logic Reasoning and Computation 2015
  • Summer School on Argumentation 2014
  • ACM Europe 2nd Chapter Workshop 2014
  • ICLP DC 2013
  • International Symposium on Logical Formalizations of Commonsense Reasoning 2013
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