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Question Answering Spoken Language Translation Dialog Structure Language Generation Supertagging


Srinivas Bangalore     
AT&T Labs-Research
Bldg 103, E 149
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Florham Park,
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Phone: 973-360-7041

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Biographical Sketch

I am currently a Principal Member of Technical Specialist in the Network  Services Research Laboratory at AT&T Labs-Research in Florham Park, New Jersey. I received my PhD in Computer Science from University of Pennsylvania in 1997. My dissertation on Supertagging was awarded the Morris and Dorothy Rubinoff award for outstanding dissertation "that has resulted in or could lead to innovative applications of computer technology". I have been at AT&T Labs-Research since 1997 and have worked on many areas of natural language processing including Spoken Language Translation, Multimodal Understanding, Language Generation and Question-Answering. I  have co-edited a book on Supertagging with      Prof. Aravind K Joshi, authored over 100 research publications and holds over 40 patents in these areas. I have been an adjunct associate professor at Columbia University and I am currently a visiting lecturer at Pricenton University. I have  been awarded the AT&T Outstanding Mentor Award, in recognition of his support and dedication to AT&T Labs Mentoring Program and the AT&T Science & Technology Medal for technical leadership and innovative contributions in Spoken Language Technology and Services.  I  have served as an editorial board member of Computational Linguistics Journal and a program committee member for a number of ACL and IEEE Speech conferences.   I was a co-organizer of the IEEE workshop on Spoken  Language Technology in 2008.