About me

I am an Assistant Research Scientist at the Center for Language and Speech Processing at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. I am supported by a CIFellowship from the NSF and the CRA.

Prior to joining the CLSP, I obtained my Ph.D. from Cornell University's Deprtment of Computer Science under the direction of Prof. Claire Carde.


My research falls in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). More precisely, I work in the areas of Computation Linguistics (CL) also known as Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Machine Learning. I am interested in the problems of opinion analysis, coreference resolution, information extraction and learning in probabilistic graphical models. More details about my research is available under the Research and Publications tabs.


In Spring 2011, I am coteaching CS 600.405: Applications of Probabilistic Graphical Models to language and Speech Processing, a course intented to teach students about the most popular graphical model formalism and models they are used in NLP and Speech Processing.


Here is my CV .