I am a postdoctoral researcher at the Research Group in Computational Linguistics (RGCL) at the University of Wolverhampton.
My research interests lie in the intersection between language comprehension in people with developmental disorders and language assistance solutions for these populations. Based on a number of eye tracking studies with participants with autism conducted during my PhD, I am currently developing a web tool called AUTOR. AUTOR makes the creation of easy-to-read documents for people with disabilities  more efficient and is developed in collaboration with Constantin Orasan.

I also volunteer at Autism West Midlands, where a lead a discussion group for adults with autism.

Research interests

Autism, Language and developmental disorders, Text and Web accessibility, Readability assessment for target populations with developmental disorders, Use of eye tracking techniques in psycholinguistic research.


I recently gave a TEDx talk about our tool AUTOR and what technology could do to help people with autism read better


AUTOR web tool


Twitter: @victoria_yaneva