Foreign Worlds. A Computational Analysis of the Semantics of Global Space in Dutch Newspapers (1815–1914). 23rd International Conference on the History of Concepts. Berlin, April 2022.

Between Cows and Capitalism: Measuring the Abstractness of Historical Parliamentary Speeches. Workshop “Digital Parliamentary Data in Action”. 6th Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries Conference (DHNB 2022). Uppsala, March 2022.

Technocratic Anti-Politics in Dutch Interwar Political Culture (1917–1939). Depoliticization before Neoliberalism: Contesting the Limits of the Political in Modern Europe. Nijmegen, April 2022.

Rising Waters. The Concept of ``Bureaucracy'' and the Crisis of Government in Great-Britain 1957-1979. Intellectual History Graduate Conference ‘Crisis and its temporalities’. Florence, March 2021.

Quantifying Iconicity in 940K Online Circulations of 26 Iconic Photographs. Computational Humanities Research 2020. Amsterdam, November 2020 (With Thomas Smits).

Een Digitale Begripsgeschiedenis van de Nationale Ramp 1750-1850. Jaarcongres Werkgroep De Moderne Tijd. Amsterdam, December 2019.

Conceptual Vocabularies and Changing Meanings of Foreign in Dutch Foreign News (1815-1914). Digital Humanities 2019. Utrecht, July 2019.

Towards a History of Statistical Knowledge. 8th Gewina Woudschoten Meeting for Historians of Science in the Netherlands. Zeist, June 2019.

Experimenting in the Digital Research Lab: a hands-on introduction to using digital collections for digital humanities research. DATeCH Pre-Conference Workshop. Brussels, May 2019 (With Simon Hengchen.

Nineteenth-Century Statistical Personae Beyond Boundaries: The Case of Marie Mathieu von Baumhauer (1816 - 1878). European Society for the History of Science Biennial Conference. London, September 2018.