I'm a Senior Lecturer in Computational Linguistics & Translation Technology at the Research Group in Computational Linguistics, Research Institute in Information & Language Processing, University of Wolverhampton, West Midlands, England, U.K. My research interests include Computational Linguistics, Translation Technology, Computational Linguistics for the Digital Humanities, Cultural Analytics, Corpus Linguistics, and Arabic. I'm especially interested in how computational linguistics can help better the understanding of the Humanities. I finished my PhD in Computational Linguistics at Indiana University in 2010, and I have experience in both the industry and academia. I previously held positions at Carnegie Mellon, UQAM, Nuance Communications, and IU. The header image is from the Wikipedia page on Bayes' Rule. I'm not an expert on statistics, but I really appreciate the Bayesian approach.
- Principal Investigator of Arabic Cultural Analytics, a QNRF-funded project that aims to build computational linguistics tools for early modern Arabic.
- NLP Consultant on The Other in Islamic Salafi Thinking, a project based at l'Université du Québec à Montréal . PI: Rachad Antonius.
- Emad Mohamed. Morphological Segmentation and Part-of-Speech Tagging for the Arabic Heritage . ACM Transactions on Asian and Low-Resource Language Information Processing (TALLIP). Volume 17. Issue 3. 2018.
- Emad Mohamed & Bakinaz Abdalla. What Jihad Questions do Muslims Ask?. Journal of Islamic and Muslim Studies. Volume 2. No. 1. 2017.
- Emad Mohamed. Araʾaytum: The Exegetical Implications of a Qurʾānic Stance Marker . Al-Bayan: Journal of Qur'an and Hadith Studies. Volume 15. Issue 2. 2017.
- Emad Mohamed & Fatiha Sadat. Hybrid Arabic–French machine translation using syntactic re-ordering and morphological pre-processing . Computer Speech & Language. Volume 32. Issue 1. 2015.
I'm currently teaching Research Methods in Corpus and Computational Linguistics to MA students at the RGCL. I have previously taught Programming for Computational Linguistics, an Introduction to Computational Linguistics, and Corpus Linguistics.