Jannik Strötgen

Research Group Head at the Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence

I am heading the Natural Language Processing and Neuro-Symbolic AI research group at the Bosch Center for Artificial Intelligence (BCAI).

Before joining BCAI in March 2018, I was Senior Researcher and PostDoc at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics at Saarbrücken.

At Heidelberg University, I studied computational linguistics and economics (until 2009) and did my PhD in computer science (2015).

My research interests lie in the fields of natural language processing, text mining, and information retrieval.


  • 2022-10-07: Our paper on classification tasks in patent landscaping got accepted at EMNLP'22.

    • Three Real-World Datasets and Neural Computational Models for Classification Tasks in Patent Landscaping

  • 2022-01-19: Our paper on enhancing knowledge bases with quantity facts got accepted at WWW'22.

  • 2021-09-07: Two papers accepted at EMNLP'21:

    • FAME: Feature-Based Adversarial Meta-Embeddings for Robust Input Representations.

    • To Share or not to Share: Predicting Sets of Sources for Model Transfer Learning.

  • 2021-09-07: First place in two tasks of the IberLEF'21 Shared Task MEDDOPROF.

  • 2021-03-20: Our survey paper on Low-resource NLP got accepted at NAACL'21.

  • 2021-02-15: Our paper on multi-label, hierarchical patent classification using transformers got accepted at ECIR'21.

  • 2020-11-25: Happy to be recognized as an outstanding reviewer at EMNLP'20.

  • 2020-11-25: This year's tier-1 paper output: (look here for all publications)

    • Closing the Gap: Joint De-Identification and Concept Extraction in the Clinical Domain. ACL'20.

    • Fast Computation of Explanations for Inconsistency in Large-Scale Knowledge Graphs. WWW'20.

  • 2020-03-31: My MPI account finally expired, release of this page.


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