I study artificial neural network models for natural language understanding.
You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program information is now available for NYU's new Data Science PhD. If you know anyone interested in a PhD in NLP, send them our way! (You can find out about the excellent, but not new, Linguistics program here.)
I'm now an affiliated faculty member in the Department of Computer Science at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (which, curiously, is not the only NYU department offering PhDs in Computer Science—see CSE).
This term, I'm teaching a course in the Center for Data Science on artificial neural networks for natural language processing. I'm also teaching a seminar in Linguistics on related topics.
I presented a paper at the ACL 2016 main conference on SPINN, a (fast) new style of tree-structured neural network for sentence interpretation. The model stems from a collaboration at Stanford with Jon Gauthier, Abhinav Rastogi, Raghav Gupta, and my advisors.