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I am a research scientist at the Human Language Technology Center of Excellence and in the Department of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University. My main research interest is machine translation, but I also like grammar correction, parsing, and other things that involve syntax.

I have once or continue to maintain the Joshua decoder, co-advise (with Benjamin Van Durme) Keisuke Sakaguchi, and co-organize the Workshop on Statistical Machine Translation. I am a member of the NAACL executive board (2015–2016).


Feb. 2016 Paul McNamee and I once again organized a SCALE workshop, this time on hybrid approaches to machine translation.

Feb. 2015 Paul McNamee and I are organizing a SCALE workshop this summer on speech-to-text machine translation for low-resource languages.

Dec. 2014 I was elected to a two-year appointment to the NAACL executive committee.

Jan. 2014 Adam Lopez and I will be teaching our machine translation course again this spring.

Dec. 2013 I put together an annotated transcript of Bob Mercer and Peter Brown's (of Renaissance Technology) talks and Q&A session at the 2013 EMNLP workshop Twenty Years of Bitext.