Professor Ehud Reiter

Professor Ehud Reiter
Professor Ehud Reiter

Professor Ehud Reiter

Chair in Computing Science.

About

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

Biography

I split my time between Aberdeen University and Arria NLG.

Memberships and Affiliations

Internal Memberships
  • Research ethics
External Memberships
Research

Research Overview

Current Interests

  • Natural language generation
  • Data-to-text

Current Research Students

  • Jawwad Baig
  • Simone Balloccu
  • Kittipitch Kuptavanich
  • Francesco Moramarco
  • Jaime Sevilla
  • Barkavi Sundararajan
  • Iniakpokeikiye Thompson
  • Allmin Pradhap Singh Susaiyah (Eindhoven) (part of PhilHumans)

Current Postdocs

  • Craig Thomson
  • Sameen Maruf (Monash)

Past Research Students

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

CLAN

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 (ehudreiter.com) is mostly about NLG research.

Collaborations

I am helping with funded projects at other universities:

Funding and Grants

  • Philhumans (EU) (2019-2023) - Using AI to support personal health apps.
  • NL4XAI (EU) (2019-2023) - Explaining AI reasoning in natural language
  • ReproHum (EPSRC) (2021-2023) - Investigating Reproducibility of Human Evaluations in Natural Language Processing
Teaching

Teaching Responsibilities

  • CS5063: Engineering and Evaluation of AI Systems (MSc)
  • CS551H: Natural Language Generation (MSc)
Publications

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Books and Reports

Chapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings

Contributions to Conferences

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