I am a PhD student in Computational Linguistics within the NLIP Group at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge. My current research, supervised by Dr Anna Korhonen, focuses on automated extraction of property-norm-like features from text corpora.
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Short bioI'm a member of the Natural Language and Information Processing Group at the Computer Laboratory in Cambridge as a PhD candidate, supervised by Dr Anna Korhonen. My current research involves developing methods for the extraction of human-like property-norm triples from large text corpora. I am examining the utility of syntactic, semantic, and encyclopedic information in guiding this task and developing appropriate and cognitively-motivated methods for accurate evaluation, and am doing this as part of the Computational Natural Language Processing and the Neuro-Cognition of Language Group.
In 2006 I graduated with a BA (Hons), Mathematics and Computer Science from the Computing Laboratory and Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford whilst at Balliol College. I then came to Cambridge to study for an MPhil in Computer Speech, Text and Internet Technology from Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge which I completed in 2007. I was then (and still am now) a member of Trinity Hall.