Juliette Lonij is Research Software Engineer for the KB Lab since 2014. She has a broad academic background, ranging from the traditional humanities on the one hand to formal and computational approaches on the other. Her current research interests include information extraction, document analysis and natural language understanding in general.
I studied Philosophy and Mathematics at the University of Amsterdam, receiving a Master’s degree in Logic in 2005 (cum laude). In 2015, I obtained a postgraduate certificate in Library and Information Science from the University of Antwerp (summa cum laude). Before joining the National Library in 2014, I worked as a software developer at a number of internet agencies and as a freelance technical consultant for various clients in the cultural sector, including museums, an art gallery and an academic library. In my current role at the KB Lab I focus on researching and developing tools and techniques for improving and enriching the KB digital collections as well as providing technical support for visiting digital humanities scholars, such as the KB Fellow and Researcher-in-residence.