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Linguistics

Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages

 

Research in Linguistics: Computational Linguistics

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Alexopoulou, Dr Dora

Dr Alexopoulou works on linguistic theory and language learning with a focus on second language acquisition. She is interested in exploiting big data from online language learning for developing models combining linguistic and computational approaches.

 

Collier, Dr Nigel

Nigel Collier's research interests bring together computational techniques such as machine learning, syntactic parsing and concept understanding with the aim of providing a machine-understandable semantic representation of text, e.g. on the World Wide Web. This is used to support real-world tasks that require machine intelligence, e.g. question answering and knowledge discovery.

 

Korhonen, Dr Anna

Anna Korhonen works on computational linguistics, natural language processing and language technology. Her research interests include the development of computational models for automatic processing of texts at the level of lexicon, semantics, syntax and discourse, and application of such models to support real-life applications (such as text mining and machine translation) in biomedical and cognitive sciences.

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News and Research Opportunities

Cambridge University article features research of Dr Rebecca Reich

29 April 2019

Fantastic piece showcasing Dr Rebecca Reich's recent publication, 'State of Madness: Psychiatry, Literature and Dissent after Stalin'.

CFP Cambridge French Graduate conference 25-26 April 2019

10 January 2019

'Retards/Delays’ French Graduate Conference University of Cambridge 25th-26th April 2019 Confirmed Keynote Speakers: Prof. Achille Mbembe, Dr Adeline Desbois-Ientile, Dr Claire White. The ‘temporal turn’ of the last decade has witnessed the return of the concept of delay at the centre of literary and artistic production...

MEITS presented research at the House of Commons

6 December 2018

MEITS was part of a parliamentary event to present the research of the four OWRI projects at the House of Commons on Wednesday 28 November.

Anna Korhonen develops an AI system which may accelerate the search for cancer discoveries

5 December 2018

Anna Korhonen (DTAL and Language Technology Lab) and Masashi Narita (Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute) have developed an AI system which may accelerate the search for cancer discoveries.

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