Social Data Science
Øster Farimagsgade 5
1014 København K
I am a post-doctoral associate at the University of Copenhagen, working with the research groups in the Center for Social Data Science and Machine Learning section. My main research area is Natural Language Processing. I work on interpretability and evaluation of deep learning models, as well as computational social science.
Before moving to Denmark, I was a postdoctoral research associate in the University of Massachusetts, working with Anna Rumshisky on sentiment analysis, temporal annotation, question answering and analysis of meaning representations. I hold a Ph.D. degree from the Department of Language and Information Sciences at the University of Tokyo (Japan).
This year I co-organize the Workshop on Insights From Negative Results in NLP, and serve as publicity chair for EMNLP and COLING 2020. I write the Hacking Semantics Blog, and am active on #NLProc Twitter.
For more information, please see my personal page.