Expert profile: Dr Gregory Grefenstette

[ ID = 1877 ] Dr Gregory Grefenstette 
Name Grefenstette, Dr Gregory
Job Title Chief Science Officer, Directeur Scientifique 
Organisation Exalead 
Address 10 place de la Madeleine 
Postal Code 75008 
City Paris 
Country France 
Phone + 33 1 46 54 96 56
Fax + 33 1 46 54 75 80
Email Gregory.Grefenstette_(on)_exalead.com [@ replaced for spam protection]
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LanguagesEnglish French
Specialism Anaphora
Arabic Natural Language Processing
Audio Indexing
Chinese NLP Processing
Computational Lexicography
Computational Linguistics
Corpus Linguistics
Corpus statistics
Detecting speech in noise
Emotion in Speech
General linguistics
Information Retrieval
Language Identification
Language Modeling
Language Resource Production
Language Resources
Language Translation
Lexical and Terminological Databases
Lexical Semantics
Machine Translation
Morphology Modeling for Languages with Highly Complex Inflection
Multimodal Reference
Natural Language Processing
Natural Language Semantics
Robust Parsing and Understanding
Semantic Interpretation
Shallow Parsing
Statistical Language Modeling and Analysis
Statistical Methods for Information Retrieval
Text Generation
Translation and Foreign Language Production
Verb Subcategorization
Word meaning 
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Gregory GREFENSTETTE, PhD University of Pittsburgh (1993), was previously 
Principal Research Scientist at Clairvoyance Corp (Pittsburgh; 2001-2003) and 
Principal Scientist at the Xerox Research Centre Europe (Grenoble; 1993-2001), 
where he managed a team of researchers working on information extraction and 
information retrieval, and advanced natural language processing applications. 
He organised the first workshop on Cross Language Information Retrieval in 
1996. The proceedings from this workshop appeared as a book "Cross language 
Information Retrieval" (Kluwer, 1998). Grefenstette has also published two 
other books: "Explorations in Automatic Thesaurus Discovery" (Kluwer, 1994) and 
"Text and Speech-Triggered Information Access" (with Steve Renals, Springer, 
2003). He hold 7 patents on natural language processing applications, has 
published numerous scientific articles and served on more than 30 programme 
committees for conferences on information retrieval, natural language 
processing and computational linguistics. He is on the editorial board of the 
Journal of Natural Language Engineering. His current research interests involve 
mining the web for language modelling. With Adam Kilgarriff, he edited the 
Journal of Computational Linguistics' Special Issue on the Web as Corpus 
(Sept, 2003).

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