Lecturer in Computer Science
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
Queen Mary University of London
London E1 4NS
I am a lecturer at the Queen Mary University of London. Before that, I was a lecturer at the University of Essex. Before becoming a lecturer, I was a post-doctoral researcher at the Queen Mary University of London, working with Professor Massimo Poesio on his five-year DALI (ERC-2015-AdG) project. I did my PhD at the University of Birmingham, working with Dr Bernd Bohnet on out-of-domain dependency parsing.
My research interests include Deep Learning for NLP, Information Extraction, Coreference Resolution, Conversational AI, Dependency Parsing, Domain Adaptation, Semi-supervised Learning, and Multi-task Learning.
In my spare time, I like hiking, gardening and doing pottery at my wife's studio. She is a potter who makes wheel-thrown functional pottery as well as hand built sculptural forms in minimal style. Her work can be viewed via her website.
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