The Computational Linguistics Group at Oxford University consists of faculty members, researchers and students working on the scientific study of language from a computational perspective. We develop computational models of various linguistic phenomena, often with the aim of building practical natural language processing systems.
Our research interests span a broad range of topics in Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing. Recent focus areas include:
- compositional semantics using distributional models
- deep learning
- collapsed variational Bayesian inference
- nonparametric Bayesian modelling
- statistical machine translation and language modelling
- October 17th, 2013: Phil Blunsom awarded EPSRC Early Career Fellowship
- September 18th, 2013: Three papers accepted to EMNLP
- June 20th, 2013: Best Paper Award at *SEM2013
- February 13th, 2012: Start-up Provides Sentiment Analysis Tool for Business, Finance
- July 18th, 2011: EPSRC Career Acceleration Fellowship awarded
- December 22nd, 2010: New Scientist recognises big "leap forward for artificial intelligence"