Satanjeev (Bano) Banerjee

PhD student at the Language Technologies Institute, School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University.

Office:
6223 Gates Hillman Complex
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Mailing address:
5407 Gates Hillman Complex
Carnegie Mellon University
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Email: bane...@cs.cmu.edu

Bano's mug shot (or, try crazy hair Bano)

Research:

My main research currently involves extracting supervision from system users by helping them perform their own tasks, and interpreting their behavior as labeled data. My current domain of experimentation is meetings. This is work done with my advisor Dr. Alexander I. Rudnicky.

Thesis proposal: Improving Automatic Meeting-Understanding by Leveraging Meeting Participant Behavior [(pptx) (ppt)]

Earlier I used to work on automatically understanding meetings as a part of the CALO project. Before that I worked on computational semantics (on which I did a masters thesis), in particular applying measures of semantic relatedness to the automatic evaluation of machine translation systems. This is work done in collaboration with Dr. Alon Lavie and Dr. Ted Pedersen.

Find more details in my curriculum vitae (pdf, docx), last updated November 24th, 2009. Or you can peruse my publications' list (containing links to PDFs of papers).


Other stuff: Some photographs, and some other random stuff.


This page last modified on: 24th November, 2009.