Projects and Groups
- Computer Science
- Algorithms and Theory
- Artificial Intelligence
- Human Computer Interaction
- Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
- Natural Language Processing
- Operations Research
- Performance Modeling and Analysis
- Signal Processing
- User Interface Technologies
Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY USA
My current work is in the Natural Language Processing area, and focuses on machine-learning algorithms for information extraction from text.
I belong to the Statistical Multilingual Information Extraction group of the Multilingual NLP Technologies department.
I served as the Watson chair of the Natural Language Processing Professional Interest Community.
My previous work at IBM has been in areas including intelligent user interfaces, autonomic computing, memory compression, statistical pattern recognition, image digital libraries, data mining, and multidimensional indexing structures.
In my spare time, I have taught Information Theory, as well as Statistical Pattern Recognition at Columbia University, through the EE department.