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Trevor Cohn

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Translation
Text mining
Text analytics
Machine Learning
science & technology
technology
computer science
computer science, artificial intelligence
computer science, interdisciplinary applications
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Prof

Trevor Cohn

 
Division
Engineering
 
Primary Interest
Natural Language Processing
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Prof

Trevor Cohn

 

Trevor Cohn is an Associate Professor in the School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne and an Australian Research Council Future Fellow. He was previously employed at the University of Sheffield and the University of Edinburgh, and has held visiting positions at the University of Melbourne and Johns Hopkins University.

His research interests focus on development of probabilistic and statistical machine learning methods for modelling natural language text, with particular interests in machine translation, parsing and grammar induction. Current projects include text analytics and rumour diffusion over social media, translating diverse and noisy text sources and speech translation. He has served on the editorial boards for Computational Linguistics and Computer Speech and Language, as area chair and reviews for major conferences including ACL, EMNLP, COLING and NIPS, as well as reviewing for several grant authorities. Trevor completed a BEng(Software) and BComm(Finance) in 2000, followed by a PhD(Engineering) in 2007, all at The University of Melbourne. Prior to commencing his position at The University of Melbourne, he was a Senior Lecturer at The University of Sheffield (2009-2014).

Projects

Displaying the 18 most recent projects by Trevor Cohn.

18

Projects

Project Types


15

Research Grant


2

Internal Research Grant


1

Research Contracts


Scholarly Works

Displaying the 151 most recent scholarly works by Trevor Cohn.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2016

Best Short Paper Award for paper "Learning a Lexicon and Translation Model from Phoneme Lattices"

EMNLP

2013

Ted Nelson Award for paper "Where's @Wally: A classification approach to geolocating users based on their social ties"

ACM Hypertext

2013

Best Paper Award, 2nd place

CICLING

3

Awards

Credentials

Positions


Professor

Computing And Information Systems

Education


Post Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching

University of Sheffield

PhD in Engineering

University of Melbourne

Backelor of Engineering (Hons)

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Commerce

University of Melbourne