Sanket Vaibhav Mehta [SVM]

I'm a PhD student at the Language Technologies Institute (LTI) at School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University and I'm advised by Emma Strubell.

Previously, I obtained a Master's degree (2019) from the LTI where I was advised by Jaime Carbonell and Barnabás Póczos.

Before joining CMU, I worked as a member of the research staff at Big Data Research Lab, Adobe Research (2015-17) where I worked on designing algorithms for identifying data-driven geo-fences to assist Adobe’s digital marketing offering.

I did my bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering (2011-15) from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee.

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Research

I'm interested in machine learning, natural language processing and optimization with a specific focus on learning from limited labeled data, multiple tasks, non-stationary data distributions (Lifelong Learning, Transfer Learning, Meta-Learning, Multi-Task Learning).

clean-usnob Efficient Meta Lifelong-Learning with Limited Memory
Sanket Vaibhav Mehta*, Zirui Wang*, Barnabás Póczos, Jaime Carbonell
EMNLP, 2020
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clean-usnob Learning Rhyming Constraints using Structured Adversaries
Harsh Jhamtani, Sanket Vaibhav Mehta, Jaime Carbonell, Taylor Berg-Kirkpatrick
EMNLP, 2019
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clean-usnob Gradient-Based Inference for Networks with Output Constraints
Jay-Yoon Lee, Sanket Vaibhav Mehta, Michael Wick, Jean-Baptiste Tristan, Jaime Carbonell
AAAI, 2019
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clean-usnob Towards Semi-Supervised Learning for Deep Semantic Role Labeling
Sanket Vaibhav Mehta*, Jay-Yoon Lee*, Jaime Carbonell
EMNLP, 2018
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clean-usnob An LSTM Based System for Prediction of Human Activities with Durations
Kundan Krishna, Deepali Jain, Sanket Vaibhav Mehta, Sunav Choudhary
IMWUT, 2017
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clean-usnob Preventing Inadvertent Information Disclosures via Automatic Security Policies
Tanya Goyal, Sanket Vaibhav Mehta, Balaji Vasan Srinivasan
PAKDD, 2017
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Patents
1. Generating data-driven geo-fences
2. Propagation of changes in master content to variant content
3. Digital document update
4. Tagging documents with security policies


Based on Jon Barron's website.