I am a PhD student in Computational Linguistics under supervision of Prof. Massimo Poesio at the Cognitive Science Group (CogSci) at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). As a member of the Disagreements and Language Interpretation (DALI) project I focus on underspecification and ambiguity in natural language, investigating the prevalence of these phenomena and the challenges they pose to natural language processing.
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In October 2021 I will be joining The Alan Turing Institute as an Enrichment Student.
Our paper “Patterns of Lexical Ambiguity in Contextualised Language Models” was accepted for Findings of EMNLP 2021. You can find a camera-ready version and our data at https://github.com/dali-ambiguity/Patterns-of-Lexical-Ambiguity.
Together with some friends I founded Correspondents of the World, an online platform where we share personal stories of people from all around the world, telling their experiences with global issues like environmental change and climate emergency, migration, gender and sexuality, liberation, education and the coronavirus. Find out more on correspondentsoftheworld.com.
Visit our new website for the PhotoBook Task and Dataset at www.dmg-photobook.github.io.
with Massimo Poesio.
You can find a camera-ready version and our data at https://github.com/dali-ambiguity/Patterns-of-Lexical-Ambiguity
Cum Laude, GPA: 8.7
Bachelor Thesis written under supervision of Dr. Roberto Valenti. Topic: Modeling Distributed Cybernetic Management for Resource Based Economies - A simulation approach to Stafford Beer’s 1971 CyberSyn Project.
Cum Laude, GPA: 8.3
Advanced courses in Mathematics, Chemistry and Politics & Economy
Final grade: 1.6
Main tasks: Managing long-term goals and operational tasks for a non-profit organisation with team members working remotely from all over the world; designing and maintaining the organisation's website.
Main tasks: Supervising lab sessions, explaining implementation concepts, answering student's questions and preparing and grading exercises.
Courses: Computersystemen, Computational Logic, Brein & Cognitie and Natuurlijke Taalmodellen en Interfaces
Main tasks: Organizing and supporting regular youth and children's meetings, maintaining public relations, improving communications with supporters and helping out the center's founders and members in a wide range of tasks.
Internationaler Jugendfreiwilligendienst (IJFD) with CFI Freiwilligendienste
Courses: Brein & Cognitie and Natuurlijke Taalmodellen en Interfaces
Main tasks: Teaching classes in Informatics and Politics (seniors), assisting the Kindergarten supervisors and organizing activities for children in the affiliated orphanage.
Internationaler Jugendfreiwilligendienst (IJFD) with Co-Workers International
In a team developed, programmed and presented an interactive learning software.