PhD Student

 About Me 
I am a third year PhD student in the Department of CSE at the Ohio Sate University

My broad research interest lies in Natural Language Processing and Social Network Analysis. Currently, I am working with Prof. Alan Ritter on event extraction and date resolution from social media texts.

Before joining OSU on Fall-2014, I completed my undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology and then worked for two years as a lecturer at the department of Computer Science and Engineering of Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology. 

  • TweeTIME: A Minimally Supervised Method for Recognizing and Normalizing Time Expressions in Twitter 
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    Jeniya Tabassum, Alan Ritter and Wei Xu
    Proceedings of EMNLP 2016

  • Distant Supervision for Temporal Resolution [pdf]
    Jeniya Tabassum and Alan Ritter
    Mid-Atlantic Student Colloquium on Speech, Language and Learning, MASC-SLL 2016

  • Role of Social Media in Disaster Response in the Context of Savar Tragedy [pdf]
    Jeniya Tabassum, Himel Dev, Mohammed Eunus Ali and Md. Fahim Abdullah
    Workshop on Advances in Data Management: Applications and Algorithms, 2013. 

  • Extract and Rank Web Communities [pdf]
    Asif Salekin, Jeniya Tabassum, and Masud Hasan,
    Proceedings of WIMS 2013


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