Computer Laboratory

Ewa Muszyńska

Short biography

I'm a PhD student in the Natural Language and Information Processing Group at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory. My advisor is Prof. Ann Copestake and I am funded by the EPSRC.

Before my PhD I studied Natural Sciences (Physics) for three years, finishing with a First. In 2015 I graduated after Part III of Computer Science Tripos with a MEng degree with a distinction.

During my undergraduate degree I was a member of the Downing College. Now I'm in Clare Hall.


  • Realization of long sentences using chunking [examples]
    Ewa Muszyńska, Ann Copestake
    Accepted for INLG 2017.
  • A proposition-based abstractive summariser [paper]
    Yimai Fang, Haoyue Zhu, Ewa Muszyńska, Alexander Kuhnle, Simone Teufel
    Proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING '16). Osaka, Japan.
  • Resources for building applications with Dependency Minimal Recursion Semantics [paper]
    Ann Copestake, Guy Emerson, Michael Wayne Goodman, Matic Horvat, Alexander Kuhnle, Ewa Muszyńska
    Proceedings of the Tenth Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC ’16). Portorož, Slovenia.
  • Graph- and surface-level chunking [paper]
    Ewa Muszyńska
    Proceedings of ACL-SRW 2016, Berlin, Germany.