Previously, I received my B.S. in Computer Science from University of Essex in 2014 and my M.S. in Big Data and Text Analytics from University of Essex in 2015, where I worked with Udo Kruschwitz and Massimo Poesio.
My research is focused on Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning. Specifically, I am working on the combination of Coreference Resolution and Language Models in order to model distant intra-linguistic features, with minimal computational cost. Generally, I am interested in self-supervised learning and it’s applications past Natural Language Processing to a multi-modal scope. If you are interested in collaborating, feel free to reach out.
|Oct 12, 2021||Successfully defended my PhD Thesis in Natural Language Processing and Information Extraction! 🥳🎉|
|Oct 8, 2021||Our paper on Coreference-aware Language Modeling, via Fine-Tuning with coreference entities has been accepted in CRAC 2021 @ EMNLP 2021 and published in the workshop proceedings.|
|Apr 18, 2021||Our paper on Improved Biomedical Entity Recognition via longer context modelling has been accepted at AIAI 2021. Congratulations to all authors! Camera ready version to be available soon.|
|Apr 2, 2021||New paper on Entity Recogntition and Argument Mining in medical literature has been publised to Journal of Biomedical Informatics.|
|Dec 9, 2020||Our revised Coreference Resolution review has been accept to Expert Systems With Applications.|