EVL Labs is located at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Juola is an internationally noted expert in text analysis, security, forensics, and stylometry. As a faculty member at Duquesne University, he has authored two books and more than 100 scientific publications as well as generated more than two million dollars in Federal research grant funding. As director of the Duquesne University EVL lab, he is the lead architect of the JGAAP project and provides overall scientific direction for Juola & Associates.
Derek Prijatelj is an undergraduate student currently attending Duquesne University in pursuit of a B.S. in Computer Science with minors in Mathematics, Statistics, and Philosophy. Derek’s role at EVL Lab involves researching statistics and machine learning techniques to improve the common practices of using linguistic analyses for automated stylometry.
Sean Vinsick is an undergraduate student at Duquense University and is pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science and Philosophy (Double Major) with Mathematics as the minor. His primary skill at EVLLab is utilizing the Twitter API for data mining purposes.
David Berdik is an undergraduate student currently attending Duquesne University in pursuit of a B.S. in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics. In the EVL Lab, David serves as the main developer for the Java Graphical Authorship Attribution Program (JGAAP). Additionally, David researches n-gram length effectiveness for authorship attribution in a variety of languages.