Martin Hassel, Ph.D.


School of Computer Science and Communication
Royal Institute of Technology
SE-100 44 Stockholm

Mobile: +46 70 628 86 42

I am currently teaching Language Technology at the School of Computer Science and Communication, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden, as well as conducting research and teaching databases and SQL at the Department of Computer and Systems Sciences at Stockholm University and the Royal Institute of Technology. There I reside in the Information Systems Laboratory.

My main field is Computational Linguistics and my research topics are Automatic Text Summarization and Information Extraction/Retrieval. I co-operate with, among others, Hercules Dalianis, Viggo Kann and Jonas Sjöbergh.

I defended my PhD Thesis June 11 2007, 13:15, in lecture hall E2, KTH-CSC.
Download my PhD Thesis:
Resource Lean and
Portable Automatic
Text Summarization
It has come to my attention that the bookshop Carolina Böcker & Konst is trying to sell my Licentiate Thesis Evaluation of Automatic Text Summarization - A practical implementation for 10 USD. This thesis can still be ordered for free by contacting me, and is and will of course be availble for download free of charge ad finitum. The same applies to my PhD Thesis (above).

Feel free to browse my list of publications, which contains pdf versions of them as well as bibtex entries.

Current activities

  • Part of the Human Language Technology group at CSC
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    Courses I teach:

    Master Thesis proposals (in Swedish):

      Currently not supervising master students at KTH.


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