Claire Gardent

LORIA
CNRS and Université de Lorraine

Current PhD Students
  • Teven Le Scao (2020 -- ):   Common Sense, Language Models and Natural Language Generation
    Joint Supervision with Sasha Rush (Hugging Face and Cornell University, USA)
    PhD in Computer Science. Université de Lorraine (France). 
  • Vadim Fomin (2020 -- ): Generation of Fiction Dialogs
    Joint Supervision with Christophe Cerisara
    PhD in Computer Science. Université de Lorraine (France). 
  • Juliette Faille (2020 -- ):   Explainable NLG
    Joint Supervision with Albert Gatt, Malta University
    PhD in Computer Science. Université de Lorraine (France). 
  • Kelvin Han (2020 -- ):   Generating Questions from Semantic Web Data
    Joint Supervision with Thiago Castro-Ferreira, Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil
    PhD in Computer Science. Université de Lorraine (France). 
  • Liam Cripwell (2020 -- ):   Structure in NLG
    Joint Supervision with Joël Legrand
    PhD in Computer Science. Université de Lorraine (France). 
  • Anna Liednikova (2019 -- ):   Neural Chatbots for the Health-Domain
    Joint Supervision with Philippe Jolivet
    Funded by ALIAE
    PhD in Computer Science. Université de Lorraine (France). 
  • Angela Fan (2018 -- ):   Question Answering and Question Generation
    Joint Supervision with Antoine Bordes (Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research, Paris, France) and Chloé Braud (CNRS/LORIA, Nancy). 
    PhD in Computer Science. Université de Lorraine (France). 
Past PhD Students
Master Students
  • Kelvin Han (2020): Generating Questions from RDF Data. Master TAL, Nancy.
  • Amin Sleimi (2016): Deep learning and Surface Realisation. Master Science Cognitive, Nancy.
  • Rania Mohamed (2016): Content Selection and Generation from the Semantic Web. Master Science Cognitive, Nancy.
  • Wei Qiu (2012): Generating Video Descriptions. Master "Language and Communication Technology", Saarbrücken/Nancy.
  • Natalia Korgacheva (2012): Generating from Ontologies. Master Sciences Cognitives, Spécialisation "Traitement Automatique des Langues", Nancy.
  • Georgi Boychev (2012): Predicting the object form in Koalib. Master "Language and Communication Technology", Groningen/Nancy.
  • Shashi Narayan (2010): Generating from Deep and Shallow Representations. Master "Language and Communication Technology", Malta/Nancy.
  • Ben Gottesman (2009): Generating examples. Master "Language and Communication Technology", Saarbrücken/Nancy.
  • Corinna Anderson (2009): Using optimality theory to constrain surface realisation. Master in Cognitive Science, U. Nancy 2, Option "Natural Language Processing". 
  • Laura Perez (2009): Using Regular Tree Grammars to reduce the search space in surface realisation. Master "Language and Communication Technology", Nancy/Bolzano. Joint supervision with Rafaella Bernardi.
  • Katja Alahverdzhieva (2008): Reimplementing XTAG using XMG. Master "Language and Communication Technology", Saarbrücken/Nancy.
  • Sarah Maarek (2006):  Factorising trees in a TAG. MRI, Paris 7 (France). 
  • Paul Bedaride (2006):  Description Logic and Textual Entailment Recognition. Computer Science. Université de Nancy I (France). 
  • Eric Kow (2004):  Optimising a surface realiser. Computer Science. Université de Nancy I (France). 
  • Yannick Parmentier (2003):  Meta-grammar and semantic construction in Tree Adjoining Grammars. Computer Science. Université de Franche Comté (France). 
  • Marilisa Amoia (2002):  Generating definite descriptions using set constraints. Computational Linguistics. University of Saarbrücken (Germany). 
  • Stephan Thater  (2000):  Parsing and Generating with Tree Description Grammars. Computational Linguistics. University of Saarbrücken (Germany). 
  • Hui Xu Topic (1996):  Sentence and Discourse. Computational Linguistics. University of Saarbrücken (Germany). 
  • Christian Weiss (1995):  Focus and Word Order in German. Computational Linguistics. University of Saarbrücken (Germany). 
  • Siebe Bloembergen (1994):  Discourse generation. Computational Linguistics. University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands). 
  • Mariet Theune (1994):  Binding in implemented HPSG. Computational Linguistics. University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands).


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