Professor Ehud Reiter

Professor Ehud Reiter

Chair in Computing Science.


Contact Details

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The University of Aberdeen Meston 243
Department of Computing Science
University of Aberdeen
King's College
AB24 3UE


I split my time between Aberdeen University and Arria NLG.


Research Interests

Current Interests

  • Natural language generation
  • Data-to-text

Current Research Students

  • Jawwad Baig
  • Simone Balloccu
  • Stephanie Inglis
  • Kittipitch Kuptavanich
  • Craig Thomson
  • Allmin Pradhap Singh Susaiyah (Eindhoven) (part of PhilHumans)

Past Research Students

See my blog for a list of past research students I have supervised.


The CLAN (Computational Linguistics at Aberdeen) resesarch group meets at 4PM every Wednesday.  Every week we discuss a research paper, idea, proposal, etc.  CLAN meetings are open to everyone, contact me for more information or to be put on the mailing list.

I try to tweet CLAN information on @EhudReiter. Feel free to subscribe, most of my tweets are relevant to NLG research. Similarly my blog ( is mostly about NLG research.


I am helping with some funded projects at other universities:

Research Grants

  • Philhumans (EU) (2019-2023) - Using AI to support personal health apps.
  • NL4XAI (EU) (2019-2023) - Explaining AI reasoning in natural language

Teaching Responsibilities

  • CS4040: Research Methods
  • CS5063: Evaluation of AI Systems (MSc)
  • CS551H: Natural Language Generation (MSc)
Further Info

External Responsibilities

Admin Responsibilities

  • Research ethics


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  • Portet, F, Reiter, E, Gatt, A, Hunter, J, Sripada, S, Freer, Y & Sykes, C 2009, 'Automatic generation of textual summaries from neonatal intensive care data', Artificial Intelligence, vol. 173, no. 7-8, pp. 789-816. [Online] DOI:
  • Moncur, W, Masthoff, J & Reiter, EB 2009, Facilitating benign deceit in mediated communication. in CHI09: Extended abstracts. New York, pp. 3383-3388, CHI 2009, Boston, United States, 4/04/09. [Online] DOI:
  • Gatt, A, Portet, F, Reiter, E, Hunter, J, Mahamood, S, Moncur, W & Sripada, S 2009, 'From Data to Text in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Using NLG Technology for Decision Support and Information Management', AI Communications, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 153-186. [Online] DOI:
  • Turner, R, Sripada, Y & Reiter, E 2009, Generating Approximate Geographic Descriptions. in Proceedings of 12th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG2009). Association for Computational Linguistics, Athens, Greece, pp. 42-49.
  • Moncur, W, Mahamood, S, Reiter, E & Freer, Y 2009, 'Involving healthcare consumers in knowledge acquisition for virtual healthcare', Paper presented at Virtual Healthcare Interaction 2009 (AAAI Fall Symposium Series) , Washington D.C., United States, 5/11/09 - 7/11/09.
  • Portet, F, Gatt, A, Hunter, J, Reiter, E & Sripada, S 2009, Le projet BabyTalk: génération de texte à partir de données hétérogènes pour la prise de décision en unité néonatale. in TALN 2009.
  • Gatt, A & Reiter, E 2009, SimpleNLG: A realisation engine for practical applications. in Proceedings of 12th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG2009). Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), pp. 90-93, 12th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, Athens, Greece, 30/03/09.
  • Reiter, E, Turner, R, Alm, N, Black, R, Dempster, M & Waller, A 2009, Using NLG to help language-impaired users tell stories and participate in social dialogues. in Proceedings of 12th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation (ENLG2009). The Association for Computational Linguistics, pp. 1-8.
  • Turner, R, Sripada, GS, Reiter, EB & Davy, I 2008, Building a Parallel Spatio-Temporal Data-Text Corpus for Summary Generation. in Proceedings of LREC08 Workshop on Methodologies and Resources for Processing Spatial Language. LREC’2008, Marrakech, Morocco, 28/05/08.
  • Williams, S & Reiter, E 2008, 'Generating basic skills reports for low-skilled readers', Natural Language Engineering, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 495-525. [Online] DOI:
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