I am a post-doctoral researcher at the Natural Language Understanding (NLU) lab of the Idiap Research Institute, lead by James Henderson. Before then, I was a research assistance at TU Vienna, where I pursued my master and PhD.

My research explores deep learning methods, applied in Natural Language Processing, Information Retrieval, and Computational Social Science. I am curious about the position and impact of these methods in real-world challenges.

Areas of interest:
  • Deep Learning
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Information Retrieval
  • Interpretability, Bias, Fairness
  • Computational Social Science

Publications
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News:

  • 01/2019 I am a keynote speaker at the Representation Learning for Complex Data Mining workshop at University Lyon 2, talking about Representation Leanring in Information Retrieval
  • 12/2018 Our paper "Enriching Word Embeddings for Patent Retrieval with Global Context" accepted at ECIR 2019 Publications
  • 12/2018 Giving the lecture "Neural Network Approaches to Representation Learning for NLP" at EPFL as a part of the "Introduction to NLP" course Teaching
  • 12/2018 Giving a talk on "Bias in NLP" at wearedevelopers AI Congress Vienna Talks