Faculty

CSE2 313
althoffcs.washington.edu
Data Science, Data Mining, Social Network Analysis, Natural Language Processing
CSE328
Adjunct, Department of Linguistics

Computational linguistics (especially grammar engineering and NLP), syntax and study of variation.

EEB-418
bilmescs.washington.edu
Adjunct, Electrical & Computer Engineering

Machine learning, speech/language/bioinformatics/music, submodularity & discrete optimization

CSE 578
yejincs.washington.edu
Natural language processing
CSE 648
pedrodcs.washington.edu

Machine learning, artificial intelligence, data science

CSE2 312
etzionics.washington.edu

Artificial intelligence, web search

CSE 470
hannanehcs.washington.edu
Natural Language Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning
nasmithcs.washington.edu
Natural language processing
swangcs.washington.edu
Arriving Winter 2021
Computational biology - learning in the open-world setting, biomedical natural language processing, network biology
CSE 588 (Zoom: 5348583561)
weldcs.washington.edu

Artificial intelligence, human computer interaction, natural language processing

Postdocs

CSE 278
kedziorcs.washington.edu

Rik Koncel-Kedziorski works with professor Noah Smith in the Natural Language Processing group. His research is in machine learning techniques for document understanding and generation, focusing on intertextuality for technical documents, language grounding, and question answering. In generation, he is learning to write coherent multi-sentence texts which meet specified content and style goals. Koncel-Kedziorski earned his Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Washington.

CSE 410
npappascs.washington.edu

Nikolaos Pappas works with professor Noah Smith in the Natural Language Processing group. Pappas is interested in creating unified, structure-aware, and sample efficient models of natural language. Previously, he did a postdoc working with James Henderson at the Idiap Research Institute's natural language understanding group and earned his doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering at EPFL.

Collaborators

338
royschcs.washington.edu