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Sensalight building, Room 3.XY (3rd floor)

DE-97074 Würzburg, Germany


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Goran Glavaš (/gorʌn glavʌʃ/)

I am a Professor at the University of Würzburg, holding the Chair for for Natural Language Processing (Informatik XII) at the Faculty of Mathematics & Computer Science, and a member of the Center for Artificial Intelligence and Data Science (CAIDAS). My main interests are in computational semantics and multilingual & low-resource representation learning. I also work toward democratization of language technologies: fair and sustainable NLP as well as NLP applications in social sciences and humanities.

Previously I worked as an Assistant Professor at the University of Mannheim, Data and Web Science Group (Sep 17 to Sep 21) and Interim Associate Professor at the LMU Munich, Center for Information and Language Processing (Oct 21 to Mar 22). Before that I was a researcher at the Text Analysis and Knowledge Engineering Lab, University of Zagreb, where I completed my doctorate in 2014 under the supervision of Jan Šnajder.


Jan 23: Three long papers accepted for main conference of EACL 2023 (links to earlier arxiv versions: p1, p2, p3)!

Dec 22: "Don't Stop Fine-Tuning" and SLICER published in Proceedings of EMNLP 2022 : well done, Fabian!!!

Oct 22: Stepped down as Editor-in-Chief for ACL Rolling Review (to focus on establishing new teaching in Würzburg).

Sep 22: The WüNLP group has been established as part of CAIDAS, Uni Würzburg!

Aug 22: Survey paper on knowledge in computational argumemtnation published in TACL.

Apr 22: Multi2WOZ and BAD-X papers accepted for NAACL 22 (main conference proceedings).

Apr 22: Started as the Chair for NLP at the Uni Würzburg (Faculty of Math and CS and the AI Center CAIDAS)!

Feb 22: Two long papers (1 Proceedings + 1 Findings) accepted for ACL 2022!

Oct 21: Job update: I'll spend the winter semester 21/22 as an Interim Assoc. Prof. (W2) at LMU München, CIS group.

Sep 21: I will serve as (one of four) Editor(s) in Chief for the ACL Rolling Review!