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Professor at the Université Paris-Sud, I'm a reseacher at LIMSI-CNRS in the Spoken Language Processing group.

Research topics: Machine learning and Natural Language Processing, Deep Learning, Machine Translation, Statistical language modeling, Automatic Speech Recognition.

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  • With Matthieu Labeau: Best paper award at SCLeM 2017 with our paper Character and Subword-Based Word Representation for Neural Language Modeling Prediction. If you attend EMNLP workshops, see the talk and the poster, September 7, 2017 in Copenhagen.
  • Opening talk at the DGA/IRISA seminar on Artificial Intelligence and Security, 25/04/17. The slides are available here.
  • Our paper in Machine translation Journal on A comparison of discriminative training criteria for continuous space translation models is now online
  • 3 papers at the first conference on statistical machine translation, aka WMT16.

Talks on deep-learning for NLP

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LIMSI-CNRS, Bâtiment 507

Université Paris-Sud, 91403 Orsay.

Tél : 01 69 85 80 27

Mail : allauzenATlimsi.fr(replaceat)