I am a PhD candidate in Information and Language Processing Systems (ILPS) group working on developing models to understand interesting phenomena of the natural language.
My research includes exploiting paraphrase relations for improved translation modeling, adapting the embedding space to capture the ambiguity nature of the language using topics, translation of infrequent words with neural systems, and idiom translation.
|Nov 29, 2018||Invited speaker at the Machine Learning meetup (Amsterdam Police).|
|Nov 19, 2018||Invited speaker at the CL Seminar Series of the ILLC (University of Amsterdam).|
|Aug 13, 2018||Our paper Back-Translation Sampling by Targeting Difficult Words in Neural Machine Translation got accepted at EMNLP.|
|May 28, 2018||I did an internship at eBay Machine Translation team during the summer.|
|Apr 20, 2018||I got invited to attend Deep Learning and Reinforcement Learning Summer School in Toronto, Canada.|
|Jan 30, 2018||Our paper Examining the Tip of the Iceberg: A Data Set for Idiom Translation got accepted at LREC.|
|May 30, 2017||Our paper Learning Topic-Sensitive Word Representations got accepted at ACL.|
|May 30, 2017||Our paper Data Augmentation for Low-Resource Neural Machine Translation got accepted at ACL.|
|Oct 22, 2015||I participated in Google’s NLP PhD Summit in Zürich, Switzerland.|
|Oct 15, 2014||I Participated in MT Marathon in Trento, Italy.|