Mariano Felice

I am a PhD student in the Natural Language and Information Processing group (Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge), working under the supervision of Prof Ted Briscoe.

My general area of research is grammatical error detection and correction for learners of English as a second language. In particular, I am exploring ways of exploiting information from written scripts, improving current approaches and replicating errors artificially to augment available corpora.

I am also a member of Hughes Hall.

Before starting my PhD, I completed the Erasmus Mundus International Masters in Natural Language Processing and Human Language Technologies, earning individual degrees from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain) and the University of Wolverhampton (UK). My master's thesis explored the use of linguistic information for estimating the quality of machine translations and was primarily supervised by Dr Lucia Specia.

I hold a first degree in Information Systems from Universidad Nacional de Luján (Argentina) and a homologated engineering degree in Spain.

Publications

Awards and distinctions

2013 Cambridge ESOL Studentship for PhD studies at the University of Cambridge.
2012 Honorable Mention (2nd Place) for master's thesis. MAVIR Awards 2012, Madrid, Spain.
2012 Best Student Award 2010-2012. Erasmus Mundus IM in NLP & HLT.
2010 Erasmus Mundus Scholarship.
2009 Honours diploma. Universidad Nacional de Luján, Argentina.

Contact details

Computer Laboratory
University of Cambridge
William Gates Building
15 JJ Thomson Avenue
Cambridge CB3 0FD, UK
name.surname@cl.cam.ac.uk
+44 (0)1223 763727