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Cambridge, MA 02139
I’m a PhD student at MIT EECS and CSAIL, where I work on natural language and speech processing under the supervision of Dr. James Glass. My current research interests are in developing and understanding language representations, especially based on neural networks.
I previously completed a Master’s degree under the supervision of Dr. Regina Barzilay, where I wrote a thesis on neural network architectures for prepositional phrase attachment disambiguation.
Before coming to MIT I worked as a software engineer in IntuView while pursuing a Master’s in Arabic Studies at Tel Aviv University with a thesis on the Arabic dialect of Jisir izZarga. My undergrauate degree was in Mathematics and Arabic Studies, also at Tel Aviv University.
|Jan 30, 2018||Paper accepted for oral presentation at ICLR 2018.|
|Sep 4, 2017||Paper accepted at NIPS 2017.|
|Aug 16, 2017||Speaking at the Boston NLP Meetup.|
|May 29, 2017||Speaking at DSEU.|
|Mar 30, 2017||Two papers accepted at ACL 2017.|
|Feb 6, 2017||Paper accepted at ICLR 2017.|
- Synthetic and Natural Noise Both Break Neural Machine Translation", ICLR 2018
- Analyzing Hidden Representations in End-to-End Automatic Speech Recognition Systems, NIPS 2017
- What do Neural Machine Translation Models Learn about Morphology?, ACL 2017
- Arabic Diacritization with Recurrent Neural Networks, EMNLP 2015
- Exploring Compositional Architectures and Word Vector Representations for Prepositional Phrase Attachment, TACL 2014