My lab is called NERT. We have fun playing with language data and algorithms.
Georgetown has a strong community of computational linguistics researchers.
Consider applying in Linguistics and/or Computer Science.
→ Ph.D. application deadlines: Dec. 15 for Linguistics, Jan. 15 for CS.
I am likely to take a new student in the 2017–18 admissions cycle.
If you want to work with me and are not already a Georgetown student, your best bet is to apply—I do not have room to host visiting students or interns from outside the DC area. If you're already a Georgetown student, come talk to me about your research interests and ideas!
At Georgetown, I co-supervised the following theses:
- Julia Hockett (senior thesis, CS, 2017), “Detecting and Using Buzz from Newspapers to Understand Patterns of Movement” (with Lisa Singh)
At the University of Edinburgh, I co-supervised the following MSc theses:
- Marco Damonte (2015), “Machine Translation with Coarse Lexical Semantics” (with Alexandra Birch)
- Nora Hollenstein (2015), “Inconsistency Detection in Semantic Annotation” (with Bonnie Webber)
- Ye Yang (2015), “Recognizing Annotator Behavior in Crowdsourcing” (with Bonnie Webber)
- Felisia Loukou (2016), “Light Verb Constructions in Distributional Entailment Graphs” (with Mark Steedman)
- Ida Szubert (2016), “Methods for Automatic Alignment of Abstract Meaning Representation and Dependency Grammar” (with Adam Lopez)