In June 2005, I joined NRC - IIT - ILT in Gatineau, where I work mainly on the Portage machine translation project.
In May 2003, I moved to Geneva to join the LATL as a research assistant for Paola Merlo, working on different aspects of automatic lexical acquisition for verbs. Also at the LATL, I then worked for Eric Wehrli on his multilingual parsing project.
Until 2002, I was a graduate student in the Computational Linguistics Group in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Toronto. I worked on automated verb classification with Suzanne Stevenson.
My publications while affiliated with UofT.
My publications while affiliated with the NRC.
In the academic year 2001/2002, I completed my Master's thesis.
Winter 2003-2004: Informatique III, University of Geneva.
Fall 2002: CSC324.
Summer 2000: CSC324.
I received my MSc in Computer Science at the University of Toronto in November, 2002. See the links above for my thesis and other publications.
I received my BMath (Graduating Dean's Honour List) in Honours Computer Science with Minors in German and Pure Math in 1996 from the University of Waterloo.
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