My current research is in the intersection of natural language processing, machine learning and formal semantics. I focus on designing and building algorithms to recover formal representations of language meaning, with specific interest in learning in situated interactions using weak supervision.

Here is some information for prospective students. If you are already a Cornell PhD student email me directly.

I am looking for Cornell PhDs and undergraduates to join my group. If you are interested in NLP, ML, or in the intersection of them with vision and robotics email me. My next visit in Ithaca is on 11/18-19.


Cornell SPF

SPF is moving to Cornell! v2.0 will be released shortly with our EMNLP 2015 AMR parser.

The Cornell Semantic Parsing Framework (Cornell SPF) is an open source research software package. It includes a semantic parsing algorithm, a flexible meaning representation language and learning algorithms. To get SPF and learn more about it, click here. SPF's documentation is available here. For technical questions and queries, see the Cornell SPF Google Group.

UW SPF: The University of Washington Semantic Parsing Framework Yoav Artzi and Luke Zettlemoyer In Arxiv, 2013. [Bibtex]

Semantic Parsing with CCGs Tutorial

Our tutorial on Semantic Parsing with Combinatory Categorial Grammars was featured in ACL 2013, EMNLP 2014 and AAAI 2015. The complete tutorial materials and videos are available here.

Publications [Google Scholar]


ACL 2014 Workshop on Semantic Parsing (SP14)

We organized a workshop in ACL 2014. See the workshop website for details.


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