Students

Current PhD Students

Amy Guy, Context-dependent online personas
Paolo Pareti, Expressing Procedural Knowledge as Linked Data
Daniel Duma, Context-based Citation Recommendation

Past PhD Students (with completion dates)

2010

Johannes Flieger: Gradable adjectives and the semantics of locatives

2009

Kate Byrne: Populating the Semantic Web — Combining Text and Relational Databases as RDF Graphs

2008

Sebastian Riedel: Efficient prediction of relational structure and its application to natural language processing

1999

Yilmaz Kiliçaslan: A Form-Meaning Interface for Turkish
Siamak Rezaei: Linguistic and Computational Analysis of Word Order and Scrambling in Persian
Matthew Hurst: Processing Tables for Information Extraction

1997

Tomaz Erjavec: Unification, Inheritance and Paradigms in the Morphology of Natural Languages

1995

David Beaver: Presupposition and Assertion in Dynamic Semantics

1993

Lex Holt: Abstracting over Semantic Theories.

1992

Michael Newton: Grammars and Specification Languages
Scott McGlashan: A dynamic approach to lexical combination
Michael Reape: A Formal Theory of Word Order: A Case Study in West Germanic

1991

Claire Gardent: Semantic and computational properties of verb phrase ellipsis

1990

Steven Bird: Declarative phonology
Jonathan Calder: The design of computational morphology
Colin Matheson: Partitive constructions in English
James Scobbie: On the spreading and sharing of phonological information
Antonio Sanfilippo: Grammatical relations and thematic roles in linguistic theory and natural language processing
Max Volino: The linguistic and computational properties of Word Grammar

1988

Bob Carpenter: Phrase meaning and categorial grammar
Glyn Morrill: Extraction and coordination in phrase structure grammar and categorial grammar
Frederick Popowich: Reflexives and tree unification grammar
Lesley Stirling: Switch reference and logophoricity in Discourse Representation Theory
Robert Dale: Generating referring expressions in a domain of objects and processing
Judy Delin: Cleft constructions in discourse
Luis Pineda: A semantics for graphics with some applications to HCI/CAD