Natural Language Processing

Faculty

Yejin Choi
yejinatcs.washington.edu  
Natural language processing
Pedro Domingos
pedrodatcs.washington.edu

Machine learning, artificial intelligence, data science

Oren Etzioni
etzioniatcs.washington.edu

Artificial intelligence, web search

Noah Smith
nasmithatcs.washington.edu  
Natural language processing
weldatcs.washington.edu

Artificial intelligence, internet systems, human computer interaction

Luke Zettlemoyer
lszatcs.washington.edu

Natural language processing

Adjunct Faculty

Linguistics
ebenderatuw.edu

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

Jeff
Electrical Engineering
bilmesatee.washington.edu

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

hannanehatcs.washington.edu
Natural Language Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning
Electrical Engineering
katrinatee.washington.edu  

Speech recognition, machine translations

Linguistics
levowatuw.edu  
Electrical Engineering
moatee.washington.edu  

Signal and image processing

Linguistics
fxiaatuw.edu  
BHI
melihayatuw.edu  

Grads

bansalgatcs.washington.edu
A man smiling.
antoinebatcs.washington.edu
eunsolatcs.washington.edu  
nfitzatcs.washington.edu  
mbforbesatcs.washington.edu
Natural language processing: learning commonsense knowledge, NLP + {robotics, vision}
luhengatcs.washington.edu  
Photo of Srini
sviyeratcs.stanford.edu
mandar90atcs.washington.edu  
natural language processing, machine learning
kentonlatcs.washington.edu
natural language processing; artificial intelligence
lucylinatcs.washington.edu  
Natural language processing; computational social science
xilinatcs.washington.edu  
natural language processing; artificial intelligence
julianjmatcs.washington.edu  

Natural language processing, artificial intelligence, natural language semantics

gmulcatcs.washington.edu
Natural language processing, artificial intelligence
hrashkinatcs.washington.edu  
Maarten Sap
msapatcs.washington.edu  
Natural Language Processing, Computational Social Science
Sam Thomson head shot
samtatcs.washington.edu

I'm interested in natural language understanding. My research is aimed at learning to automatically map natural language sentences to graph representations of their meaning, ideally in a way that works well for a broad variety of domains and languages.