I am a PhD candidate at Orange and Aix-Marseille University working on conversational AI. I am happy to be working with Lina M. Rojas Barahona (Orange) and Benoit Favre (AMU). My thesis focuses on dialogue state tracking, a task concerned with capturing the user’s needs throughout the course of a dialogue. I am especially interested in exploring novel state representations that can suit the practical requirements of task-oriented dialogue systems.
Previously, I received my master’s degree in Natural Language Processing from the University of Lorraine. I interned at Orange where I worked on multilingual aspect-based sentiment analysis as part of my master’s research project.
In my free time I enjoy surfing, reading, meditating, and much more.
|Jan 17, 2022||Attending ALPS 2022, an NLP winter school.|
|Oct 1, 2021||Started my PhD journey.|
|Sep 10, 2021||One paper accepted at W-NUT 2021 co-located with EMNLP 2021.|
SpanAlign: Efficient Sequence Tagging Annotation Projection into Translated Data applied to Cross-Lingual Opinion MiningIn Proceedings of the Seventh Workshop on Noisy User-generated Text (W-NUT 2021) Nov 2021