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Jeremy Nicholson

Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Computer Science & Software Engineering
University of Melbourne
Victoria 3010, Australia
Office: ICT 6.05, 111 Barry St. Carlton
Tel: +613 8344 1268
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This page is always under construction.

I am part of the Melbourne University Language Technology Group.

I have also been a visiting Ph.D. research student at The Department of Computational Linguistics and Phonetics at Saarland University.

I'm a recipient of an Australian Postgraduate Award. I'm also a recipient of a NICTA Ph.D. top-up scholarship.

Research Interests

  • Deep Lexical Acquisition
    • Precision grammar type lexicons
    • LsOTE
    • Morphology/Morphosyntax
  • Computational Lexical Syntax and Semantics
    • Interpretation of Compound Nominalisations
    • Countability/Count Classifiers
  • Machine Translation
    • Language Identification
    • One-to-many, Many-to-many constructions (MWE)

Publications


Teaching

Present

  • 433-352 Data on the Web - Head Tutor

Past

  • Semester 1, 2009
    • 433-380 Graphics and Computation - Head Tutor
  • Semester 2, 2008
    • 433-352 Data on the Web - Head Tutor
      • Guest lecture on Web search and IR - indexing and Elias Gamma (slides courtesy of Alistair Moffat)
      • Guest lecture on Language Identification (slides TBC)
  • Semester 1, 2008
    • 433-380 Graphics and Computation - Head Tutor
      • Guest lecture on GPUs, Shaders, and Ray Tracing (slides TBC)
  • Semester 2, 2006
    • 433-352 Data on the Web - Head Tutor
      • Guest lecture on Language Identification (slides TBC)
  • Semester 1, 2006
    • 433-380 Graphics and Computation - Head Tutor
  • Semester 2, 2005
    • 433-395 Advanced Topic in Computer Science [Data on the Web] - Head Tutor
    • 433-172 Algorithmic Problem Solving - Tutor
  • Semester 1, 2005
    • 433-151 Introduction to Programming (Advanced) - Lab Demonstrator

I was travelling across North America in June 2009, giving a talk on my research - you can see the latest version of my slides on Computational Linguistics as a Manx Cat (1.3MB, due to one graph in particular).
Last updated 2009 Aug 3. All views expressed herein do not necessary reflect those of the University, School, Department, or author.