Computer Laboratory

Paula Czarnowska

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I am a third year PhD student in the Natural Language and Information Processing group at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, where I am advised by Prof Ann Copestake and Dr Ryan Cotterell. I am supported by the Vice-Chancellor's and Selwyn College Scholarship. Prior to starting my PhD I did the BSc in Computer Science at the University of St Andrews and completed the MPhil in Advanced Computer Science at the Computer Laboratory in Cambridge. During those degrees I was generously supported by the G. D. Fahrenheit Scholarship, awarded by the City Council of Gdansk.

I specialize in Natural Language Processing. My main research interests include distributional semantics and cross-lingual learning, with a focus on morphologically rich languages.

Publications

  • Don't forget the long tail! A comprehensive analysis of morphological generalization in bilingual lexicon induction.
    Paula Czarnowska, Sebastian Ruder, Edouard Grave, Ryan Cotterell and Ann Copestake.
    Proceedings of the 2019 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP 2019). [pdf]
  • Words are vectors, dependencies are matrices: learning word embeddings from dependency graphs.
    Paula Czarnowska, Guy Emerson, Ann Copestake.
    In Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Computational Semantics (IWCS 2019). [pdf]

Teaching

Contact

Email: pjc211@cl.cam.ac.uk
Department of Computer Science and Technology
University of Cambridge
15 JJ Thomson Avenue
Cambridge CB3 0FD

Last updated 23/10/2019