Since May 2018, I am a Doctoral Student under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Anette Frank at the Department of Computational Linguistics at Heidelberg University and also a part of Research Training Group AIPHES. I am interested in building computational models that can learn and understand natural language semantics, pragmatics and perform reasoning. My primary research interest areas are :
- Deep Learning for NLP
- Commonsense Reasoning
- Sentiment Analysis and Inference
- Knowledge Based Reasoning
- Our paper COINS: Dynamically Generating COntextualized Inference Rules for Narrative Story Completion is accepted in ACL, August 2021.
- Our paper Generating Hypothetical Events for Abductive Inference is accepted in *Sem, August 2021.
- Our paper CO-NNECT: A Framework for Revealing Commonsense Knowledge Paths as Explicitations of Implicit Knowledge in Texts is accepted IWCS, June 2021.
- Giving an invited talk on Commonsense Reasoning at Edinburgh Napier University, November 2020.
- Our paper Social Commonsense Reasoning with Multi-Head Knowledge Attention was accepted in Findings of the 2020 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP), November 2020.
- Attending Computational Models of Argument (COMMA), September 2020.
- Our paper Argumentative Relation Classification with Background Knowledge was accepted in COMMA 2020.
- Attending Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), July 2020.
- Attending EurNLP 2019 in London, UK. October 2019.
- Attending NAACL 2019 in Minneapolis, US, June 2019.
- Our paper Handling Noisy Labels for Robustly Learning from Self-Training Data for Low-Resource Sequence Labeling was accepted in NAACL SRW 2019.
- Our paper Ranking and Selecting Multi-Hop Knowledge Paths to Better Predict Human Needs was accepted in NAACL 2019.
Institut für Computerlinguistik,
Im Neuenheimer Feld 325
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