Computer Laboratory

Sandro Bauer

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I am a PhD student in the Computer Laboratory's Natural Language and Information Processing (NLIP) Group, co-supervised by Dr Stephen Clark and Dr Simone Teufel.

Besides my PhD, I gained experience as a research intern at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics (D5) in Saarbrücken (Germany) and in the Machine Learning and Perception Group at Microsoft Research Cambridge. Previously, I obtained a Bachelor's degree in Information Systems (Wirtschaftsinformatik) from the University of Regensburg (Bavaria, Germany) and a Master's degree in Advanced Computer Science from the Computer Laboratory here at the University of Cambridge.

I am grateful to Microsoft Research for funding my studies under their PhD Scholarship scheme, and to St John's College Cambridge, of which I am a member, who are supporting me with a Benefactors' Scholarship. I am also an alumnus and member of Hughes Hall, where I studied for my MPhil a few years back.


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Publications (DBLP, Google Scholar)

Conference proceedings

Workshop proceedings

  • Sandro Bauer, Stephen Clark, Thore Graepel:
    Learning to Identify Historical Figures for Timeline Creation from Wikipedia Articles
    In Proceedings of HistoInformatics2014 - the 2nd International Workshop on Computational History. Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, 2014.