Vincent Ng

Associate Professor, Computer Science Department
Member, Human Language Technology Research Institute

Contact Information

Office hours for Spring 2016 (will end on April 27):
   Mondays and Wednesdays 7:00-7:50 PM

Office:
ECSS 3.404
Phone: 972-883-4581 (office), 972-883-2349 (fax)
Email: vince at hlt dot utdallas dot edu

Postal address:
Computer Science Department
The University of Texas at Dallas
800 W. Campbell Road, MS EC31
Richardson, TX 75080-3021, USA
                 

[ Research (Overview, Papers, Data, Code/Software, Talks) | Professional Activities | Teaching | Miscellany ]

UT Dallas CS undergrads: If you received an A or A+ in at least one of my courses and are interested in the Ph.D. program, feel free to come talk to me.

Potential Ph.D. applicants: Owing to the large number of emails I have to process every day, I will not be able to respond to your emails unless I am interested in your application. Feel free to send me your CV, transcripts, and standardized test scores; if you do not hear from me within a week, it probably means that I am not interested in your application.


Upcoming Events

  • NAACL HLT 2016 Workshop (June 16): CORBON: Coreference Resolution Beyond OntoNotes (with M. Ogrodniczuk)
  • IJCAI 2016 Tutorial (July 11): Coreference Resolution: Recent Successes and Challenges
  • EMNLP 2016 Tutorial (Nov 2): Advanced Markov Logic Techniques for Scalable Joint Inference in NLP (with D. Venugopal and V. Gogate)
  • COLING 2016 Workshop (Dec 11-12): 3rd Workshop on NLP Techniques for Educational Applications (with H.-H. Chen, Y.-H. Tseng, X. Lu, and L.-H. Lee)

Research Interests

My general research area is machine learning of natural language. My recent projects have focused primarily on developing unsupervised and semi-supervised machine learning techniques for natural language processing, with the goal of reducing the amount of annotated data needed to build NLP applications and process resource-scarce languages. Areas in which my group has been working include:

More recently, I have collaborated with other research groups and worked on non-NLP problems. I am particularly interested in developing and applying search and learning techniques to computational problems that arise in areas such as:


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