The crudest curriculum vitae crows and flaps its wings in a style
peculiar to the undersigner.
I doubt whether you can even give your telephone
number without giving something of yourself.
–Nabokov, Nikolai Gogol
Professor (having previously assisted and associated), Department of Computer Science,
A.B. Cornell 1993, math and computer
science; Ph.D. Harvard 1997, computer science.
- Spring 2013: CS1110, Introduction to computing using Python, co-taught with Steve Marschner
Both fall and spring: NLP
seminar, AI seminar
- Selected past courses:
- Computation, information,
and intelligence (CS 1700, aka 172, S07)
- Natural language processing and social interaction, co-piloted by
Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil (CS6742 S11)
- Advanced language technologies, with more emphasis than other runnings
language modeling, CFGs and TAGS, less on other applications: F07 (a
generally quite strong set of
student-authored lecture guides with problems),
Version more focused on information extraction and related topics,
co-taught with Claire Cardie: F12
- Intro to computing using Java (CS1110, F10)
, co-taught with David
- Some even older courses: Natural language processing
Statistical natural language processing: Models and methods (CS775
Contact and availability info
Actual coordinates: 4152 Upson Hall, email
, phone 607-255-8119
Mailing address is Department
Science, Cornell University, 4130 Upson Hall,
Ithaca, NY 14853-7501
Administrative assistant: Maria Witlox, Upson 4146, 5-3313,
office hours (i.e., no appointment necessary): check this Google calendar link; re-check 12 hours in
advance for changes, and note that in Spring 2013 the location is not my
- To make an appointment for a time other than my drop-in office hours, send me
that includes several options for time slots during business hours. Due to prior department/class commitments, I am generally not available Mon 12-1:30, Tu until 1 or 2-4, Wed 12-1:30 or 3-4, Th until 1 or 4:15 on, Friday 10:30-2:30.
- Customized BibTeX bibliography format file for Sente (handles @inproceedings entries correctly if you define an In Proceedings format type, and other entry types): llee-BibTeX-v1.0.bibstyle (Feb 6 2012).