Talk by Ryan Cotterell: Musings on Linguistic Complexity and Typology – University of Copenhagen

Talk by Ryan Cotterell: Musings on Linguistic Complexity and Typology

Ryan Cotterell, PhD student in the Johns Hopkins Computer Science Department, will give a talk at DIKU on Musings on Linguistic Complexity and Typology.

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Bio

Ryan is a fifth year PhD student in the Johns Hopkins Computer Science Department affiliated with the Center for Language and Speech Processing, where he is co-advised by Jason Eisner and David Yarowsky. He is a 2018 Facebook Ph.D. Fellow in natural language processing. He has over 35 papers, mostly in NLP venues. His work has received best paper awards at ACL 2017 and EACL 2017 as well as two honorable mentions for best paper at EMNLP 2015 and NAACL 2016. Previously, he was a visiting PhD student at the Center for Information and Language Processing at LMU Munich under the supervision of Hinrich Schütze. He was been supported by an NDSEG fellowship, a Fulbright Fellowship and a DAAD Research Grant.

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