Centre for Digital Humanities

ILS Labs

The labs of the Institute of Language Sciences facilitate experiments on spoken and written language in the field of computational linguistics. Researchers make use of a wide range of experimental techniques to explore topics like language structure, language acquisition and speech processing.

In the Biosignal lab for example, EEG techniques are used to measure the electrical activity of the brain. In the Babylab researchers look into the language acquisition and language developments of babies. In the Eye-tracking lab eye positions and eye movements can be measured. You can find a guided tour through the ILS labs here.

Introduction to ILS Labs Information for researchers