Computer Laboratory

Sandro Bauer

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I am a PhD student in the Computer Laboratory's Natural Language and Information Processing Group, supervised by Dr Stephen Clark.

Before starting my PhD, I spent a few months in Saarbrücken (Germany), doing a research internship at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics (D5). 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 Cambridge.

When not working, I enjoy learning languages, hiking and exploring the landscape around me, doing sports (badminton, climbing, tennis, football and table tennis), ranting about politics, cultivating my passion for meteorology, and learning to play the piano. I also still enjoy spending time in my hometown Weiden and the Upper Palatinate region (Oberpfalz) of Bavaria.

Last but certainly not least, I am grateful to Microsoft Research for funding my studies under their PhD Scholarship scheme, and to St John's College Cambridge who are supporting me by means of a Benefactors' Scholarship (and lots of fancy black-tie dinners in hall...). I am also a member of Hughes Hall.

Publications (DBLP, Google Scholar)

Supervisions and demonstrating

Other activities

I represent the NLIP group on the Computer Laboratory's Graduate Students' Forum.


Email:firstname (dot) lastname (at) cl (at) cam (at) ac (at) uk
PGP key:can be downloaded here – please use it!
Phone:+44 1223 7-69025

I also maintain a LinkedIn profile.