Potential faculty applicants: We have faculty positions in NLP this year. If you are interested, apply here.
Coreference researchers: Consider submitting your work to the COLING 2022 Workshop on Computational Models of Reference, Anaphora and Coreference (CRAC 2022) and the CODI-CRAC 2022 Shared Task on Anaphora, Bridging, and Discourse Deixis in Dialogue (Website).
First/Second-year Ph.D. students: If you are looking for a thesis advisor, feel free to email me.
UT Dallas CS undergrads: If you received an A or A+ in one or more of my courses (or an A- or above in my honors course) and are interested in the Ph.D. program, feel free to come talk to me.
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:
Some items that may be of interest: