Dialogue Modelling Group
We carry out research at the interface of linguistics, cognitive science and artificial intelligence. In broad terms, our aim is to understand language use in interaction by constructing empirically-motivated formal and computational models that can be applied to various dialogue processing tasks and to human-machine interaction.
DMG Wiki for VIDI group members. Former members
Laura Aina (MSc Logic student co-supervised with Raffaella Bernardi, graduated in 2017; now PhD student at UPF with Gemma Boleda)
Nina Dongen (MSc Logic student, graduated in 2017) Sarah Hiller (MSc Logic student, graduated in 2016)
Bill Noble (MSc Logic student, graduated in 2015)
Robert Grimm (MA Linguistics at Utrecht, graduated in 2014; now PhD student at CLiPS, Antwerpen)
Partner Specificity in Visually
Principal investigator. $20k
ParlAI Research Award in 2017.
(2015-2020) Asymmetry in Conversation
Principal investigator. €800k funded by the NWO Innovational Research Incentives Scheme ( VIDI).
(2014-2017) ESSENCE: Evolution of Shared SEmaNtics in Computational Environments
Marie Curie Initial Training Network. Coordinated by Michael Rovatsos in Edinburgh and Robert van Rooij at the ILLC.
Computing Implicatures in Incremental Dialogue Processing (2011-2015)
Principal investigator. €205k funded by the NWO MEERVOUD scheme.
Common Ground and Granularity of Referring Expressions (2010-2012)
Co-PI with Dale Barr at Glasgow and Kees van Deemter at Aberdeen. Supported with €2k by the ESF EURO-XPRAG scheme.
Change and Coordination via Dialogue Interaction (2008-2011)
Principal investigator. €240k funded by the NWO Innovational Research Incentives Scheme ( VENI).
Science Park 107, office F1.07
+31 (0)20 525 7009
Institute for Logic, Language and Computation
University of Amsterdam
P.O. Box 94242
1090 GE Amsterdam, Netherlands