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NAACL-HLT 2016

3. March 2016

Two papers got accepted at NAACL-HLT 2016: Nafise Moosavi and Michael Strube: Search Space Pruning: A Simple Solution for Better Coreference Resolvers (…

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Another PhD. Thesis Defended

25. January 2016

Yufang Hou (second from the left, with her examination committee) has successfully defended her PhD. thesis on “Unrestricted Bridging Resolution”. Yufang, …

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EMNLP 2016

24. January 2016

Michael Strube will be Area Co-Chair for Summarization, Generation, Discourse, and Dialogue at EMNLP ’16 to be held in Austin, TX, USA, …

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PhD. Thesis Defended

22. December 2015

Angela Fahrni (second from the right, with her examination committee) has successfully defended her PhD. thesis on “Joint Discourse-aware Concept Disambiguation …

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PhD. Thesis Submitted

10. December 2014

In October 2014 Angela Fahrni submitted her PhD. thesis, “Joint Discourse-aware Concept Disambiguation and Clustering”. In November 2014 Angela started as PostDoc at …

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ACL-IJCNLP 2015

10. December 2014

Michael Strube will be PC Co-Chair at the ACL’s 2015 flagship conference ACL-IJCNLP ’15 to be held in Beijing, China, July 26-31, 2015.

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AIPHES

10. December 2014

New research training group funded by DFG: AIPHES (Adaptive Information Processing from Heterogeneous Sources). This is a collaboration between the CS …

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EMNLP 2014

10. December 2014

Two long papers accepted at EMNLP ’14: Yufang Hou, Katja Markert and Michael Strube: A rule-based system for end-to-end bridging resolution, and …

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COLING ’14

10. December 2014

Long paper accepted for oral presentation at COLING ’14: Nafise Sadat Moosavi and Michael Strube: Unsupervised coreference resolution by utilizing the most …

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DFG funds an interdisciplinary Research Training Group

12. November 2014

DFG funds an interdisciplinary Research Training Group (DFG Graduiertenkolleg) “Adaptive Information Processing from Heterogeneous Sources” in a cooperation of TU Darmstadt, …

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