Graham Neubig

Graham Neubig

I am an Associate Professor at the Carnegie Mellon University Language Technology Institute in the School of Computer Science, and work with a bunch of great students in my lab NeuLab.

Internships: I will be recruiting 1-2 student interns for Summer 2022 through my department's internship program, please apply by the deadline of November 15th, 2021 to be considered.

Prospective Students: I will probably be recruiting 1-2 advisees for the Fall 2022 school year and beyond. Please see the contact info page for more info.


My research focuses on handling human languages (like English or Japanese) with computers -- natural language processing. In particular, I am interested in machine learning approaches that are both linguistically motivated, and tailored to applications such as machine translation and natural language understanding. You can find more details, research page or publications page, and reference my third-person bio for talk introductions, etc..

I like developing, and have created open-source software which I have summarized here: software page. I also have had a chance to give tutorials and talks on subjects such as machine translation, neural networks, and language modeling, which are posted on my teaching page in the hope that people will find them useful. I also talk about research on Twitter, probably too much.

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