Professor Ehud Reiter

Professor Ehud Reiter
Professor Ehud Reiter
Professor Ehud Reiter

Chair in Computing Science.

Email Address
Telephone Number
+44 (0)1224 273443
Office Address

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

School of Natural and Computing Sciences

Internal Memberships

  • Research ethics

Research Overview

Current Interests

  • Natural language generation
  • Data-to-text
  • Medical applications

Current Research Students

  • Nikolai Babakov (Santiago de Compostela) (part of NL4XAI)
  • Jawwad Baig
  • Adarsa Sivaprasad
  • Mengxuan Sun
  • Barkavi Sundararajan
  • Iniakpokeikiye Thompson
  • Allmin Pradhap Singh Susaiyah (Eindhoven) (part of PhilHumans)

Current Postdocs

  • Craig Thomson

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 sometimes 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.

Funding and Grants

  • Philhumans (EU) (2019-2023) - Using AI to support personal health apps.
  • NL4XAI (EU) (2019-2024) - Explaining AI reasoning in natural language
  • ReproHum (EPSRC) (2021-2024) - Investigating Reproducibility of Human Evaluations in Natural Language Processing
  • ASICA (Cancer Research UK) (2024-2026): Achieving Self-directed Integrated Cancer Aftercare (ASICA) in melanoma

Teaching Responsibilities

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

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Books and Reports

Chapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings

Contributions to Conferences

Contributions to Journals

Working Papers