Nathaniel Wesley Filardo

Just me
CSEB 322
Center for Language and Speech Processing
Computer Science Department
Whiting School of Engineering
Johns Hopkins University

Who Am I?

I was a grad student in CLSP from the fall of 2007 to the fall of 2017. Before that, I did my undergraduate work at Carnegie Mellon University, getting a degree in Physics and another in Computer Science.

I was a graduate fellow of the Human Language Technology Center Of Excellence (HLTCOE), who generously provided years of my research funding.

I'm a bit more verbose about myself at my home website; and a full listing of my publications may be found here.


My advisor was Jason Eisner and we worked on the Dyna programming language, together with wren ng thornton, and Tim Vieira and Matthew Francis-Landau.

You may be interested in our book chapter in Datalog 2.0 which shows, by example, how we envision Dyna being useful in the statistical AI community.