Professor Anna Korhonen
I am a Professor of Computational Linguistics at the University of Cambridge where I co-direct the Language Technology Laboratory (LTL). Research in LTL is centred around Natural Language Processing (NLP) and how to develop, adapt and apply fundamental NLP techniques to meet the needs of intelligent applications. Based in the School of Arts and Humanities, we are particularly interested in human-centric NLP that draws on the understanding of human cognitive, social and creative intelligence and focuses on applications aimed at social good. Many of our projects are interdisciplinary and involve collaboration with researchers in other areas of Artificial Intelligence. Please see my research page for details!
Prior to starting in my current position, I was a Royal Society University Research Fellow in this University, based in Computer Science and Linguistics. Before that, I was a JSPS postdoctoral fellow in Japan where I worked at the National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo. Previously, I was a researcher at University of Pennsylvania. I did my PhD in Computer Science at the University of Cambridge and hold masters degrees in both Computer Science and Linguistics.
Prospective PhD students:
- I welcome applications from outstanding candidates for PhD in Computation, Cognition and Language. If you are interested in applying, (i) please take a look at my research interests and ongoing projects, and (ii) check that you meet the minimum entry requirements before contacting me. If you want to apply for PhD funding from Cambridge, note the funding deadlines (for entry in October 2020). I get many applications, so please make contact early!
Current Part III and MPhil students:
- If you want to do your research project with LTL, please see the projects that we offer in 2019-20.
Language Technology Lab
Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics
Faculty of English Building
9 West Road
Cambridge CB3 9DB, UK
Phone: (+44) 1223 767 389
Email: alk23 AT cam.ac.uk