In Montreal in 2012. Prescience about my current project! (Photo by Jason Utt.)

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CIMeC (Università di Trento)
Palazzo Fedrigotti
C.so Bettini 31
38068 Rovereto
Italy

With funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 655577.

 

About me

I work as a post-doc (Marie Curie fellow) at the CLIC group of CIMeC (University of Trento). 

My main research area is Computational Linguistics (aka Natural Language Processing). I am interested in semantics, or how meaning works in natural languages. I work with computational models (distributional semantics, neural networks) that are able to induce very rich and flexible semantic representations directly from examples of how people use language. Topics I am currently working on are anchoring meaning representations to the external world (reference) and seeing what the implications of computational modelling results in my field are for semantic theory.

For more, please check my publicationsprojectsresources, and Google Scholar profile.

Keywords

Computational semantics; semantic theory; distributional semantics; lexical semantics; compositional semantics; reference; computational, quantitative and data-intensive approaches to language.

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