My name is Rohit Gupta. I am employed as an Early Stage Researcher and I am pursing my PhD under the EXPERT project at the University of Wolverhampton. My research area is Translation Memory matching and retrieval. A translation memory is basically an archive of previously translated segments. Translation memory tools aim at retrieving these previously stored translations for reuse. My research involves searching the translation memory to get the best matches. Continue reading
Hello! My name is Victoria Yaneva and I have been a PhD student at RIILP for already two and a half years. My research investigates the reading difficulties of people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and how NLP tools could be used to aid the reading comprehension of these individuals. I first became interested in this topic while doing a placement at the research group as a part of the FIRST project, which was dedicated to the development of an automatic text simplification tool for readers with autism in English, Spanish and Bulgarian. Unlike the majority of the PhD students here, my background is in Psychology, which is why my supervisory team is interdisciplinary, comprising of researchers from the fields of both Computational Linguistics (Professor Ruslan Mitkov and Dr. Irina Temnikova) and Psychology (Professor Kenneth Manktelow). Continue reading
Sanja Štajner has successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled New Data-Driven Approaches to Text Simplification.