PhD Programme / Institute for Logic, Language and Computation

'The reason that a Julian Barnes' novel is seen as more literary than 'Fifty Shades of Grey', can be objectified by computationally analyzing the text of those novels. That is our hypothesis. From the word-level to higher-end structures, we explore multiple layers of the texts.'
Corina KoolenPhD candidate with The Riddle of Literary Quality (KNAW) since 2012..

The ILLC PhD programme, organised by the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) at the University of Amsterdam, is a four-year programme designed to support and guide PhD candidates in their track to become highly qualified scientific researchers in the areas described by the institute's research mission. PhD candidates are given the opportunity to benefit from a rich scientific programme as well as a tailor-made transferable-skills programme.