I am a PhD-candidate of Computer Science in the School of Computing at the University of Utah. My advisor is Ellen Riloff and I am a member of the Natural Language Processing research group.
Originally from Vanceburg, Kentucky, I attended Morehead State University and received a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science as well as completed all the required course work for a minor degree in Physics.
My research is on automatic coreference resolution, but I also am involved with the development of Reconcile, an open source, extensible system for identifying coreferent entities in text.
Knowledge rich and domain specific approaches to coreference resolution are the main foci of my research, but I also have interests in utilizing social media for NLP and several other discourse-related problems.
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