matt post

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I am a research scientist at the Human Language Technology Center of Excellence and in the Department of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University. My main research interests are machine translation, syntax, parsing, and language modeling.

I have once or continue to maintain the Joshua decoder, co-advise (with Benjamin Van Durme) Keisuke Sakaguchi, co-organize the Workshop on Statistical Machine Translation, run the 2014 CLSP graduate recruiting weekend, and teach a course in machine translation.

What's new

(Jan. 2014) Adam Lopez and I will be teaching our machine translation course again this spring.

(Dec. 2013): I put together an annotated transcript of Bob Mercer and Peter Brown's (of Renaissance Technology) talks and Q&A session at the 2013 EMNLP workshop Twenty Years of Bitext.