s Noah's ARK

About

Noah's ARK is an informal collection of researchers within the Natural Language Processing group at the University of Washington and formerly at Carnegie Mellon University's Language Technologies Institute.

Noah Smith, professor of Computer Science & Engineering, heads the ARK.

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Available for download: numerous software tools and datasets for and papers about natural language processing.

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ARK researchers and alumni are leaders in natural language processing, machine learning, and computational social science.

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Researchers

Tal August, UW Ph.D. student

Dallas Card, CMU Ph.D. student

Elizabeth Clark, UW Ph.D. student

Jesse Dodge, CMU Ph.D. student

Sarah Dreier, UW Data Science postdoc

Emily Gade, UW Data Science postdoc

Nikita Haduong, UW Ph.D. student

Jungo Kasai, UW Ph.D. student

Lucy Lin, UW Ph.D. student

Kelvin Luu, UW Ph.D. student

Phoebe Mulcaire, UW Ph.D. student

Hao Peng, UW Ph.D. student

Ofir Press, UW Ph.D. student

Maarten Sap, UW Ph.D student

Roy Schwartz, UW/AI2 postdoc

Sofia Serrano, UW Ph.D. student

Noah Smith, UW professor

 

Ph.D. Alumni

Jeffrey Flanigan, Ph.D. 2018, CMU (Parsing and Generation for the Abstract Meaning Representation). He is an assistant professor at the University of California Santa Cruz.

Yanchuan Sim, Ph.D. 2016, CMU (Text as Strategic Choice). He is a researcher at A*STAR.

Waleed Ammar, Ph.D. 2016, CMU (Towards a Universal Analyzer of Natural Languages). He is a research scientist at the Allen Institute for AI.

David Bamman, Ph.D. 2015, CMU (People-Centric Natural Language Processing). He is an assistant professor at the University of California Berkeley.

Dani Yogatama, Ph.D. 2015, CMU (Sparse Models of Natural Language Text). He is a research scientist at DeepMind.

Brendan O'Connor, Ph.D. 2014, CMU (Statistical Text Analysis for Social Science). He is an assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Nathan Schneider, Ph.D. 2014, CMU (Lexical Semantic Analysis in Natural Language Text). He is an assistant professor at Georgetown University.

Kevin Gimpel, Ph.D. 2012, CMU (Discriminative Feature-Rich Modeling for Syntax-Based Machine Translation). He is an assistant professor at the Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago.

 

Post-doctoral Alumni

 

Masters Alumni

 

Other ARK Associates