I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the University of Edinburgh working on fast and high-quality machine translation. The machine translation group won first place in seven of twelve language pairs in the 2016 Conference on Machine Translation. More broadly, I make fast neural networks and language models; see my papers or CV.
In fall semesters, I teach Extreme Computing. This is the most popular elective in the school, with 270 fourth-year undergraduates and MSc students. A few lecture slots are available for companies to give a talk on practical distributed systems with a recruiting slide at the end.
|Bloomberg:||Senior Research Scientist|
|Carnegie Mellon:||PhD advised by Alon Lavie|
|Caltech:||BSc, Mathematics and Computer Science|
(as second supervisor)