Assistant Professor at University of Trento
Over 15 years of research experience in the area of Computational Linguistics (with a emphasis on formal linguistics and the cognitive plausibility of NLP models). 40+ peer-reviewed publications in international venues. I have been the recipient of a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship and an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship. Interested in small models, small data, and anything that runs on low-level hardware. Advocate of open source software. I am involved in the PeARS project, which aims at creating a fully distributed Web search engine.
I code mostly in Python (inc. pytorch, Flask...) I enjoy getting things to run on Raspberry Pis.
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