I am a Sr. Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research, and my main research interests are in artificial intelligence, natural language processing, deep learning, neural conversational models, neural text generation, machine translation, and text and speech summarization. My current research focuses primarily on deep learning methods for conversational intelligence. More information about my work on Google Scholar and LinkedIn, and in my CV (Updated October 2021).
2007-2009 Postdoc in Computer Science, Stanford University, Supervisor: Christopher Manning
2007 Ph.D. in Computer Science, Columbia University, Dissertation advisor: Kathleen McKeown
2002 M.Sc. in Computer Science, Columbia University
2001 Diploma in Computer Science, EPFL, Thesis advisor: Hervé Bourlard