Department of Linguistics
College of Arts and Sciences
Memorial Hall
Office Room 402
Bloomington, IN 47405-7005

Phone: (812) 855-3268
Fax: (812) 855-5363

Email:

skuebler at indiana dot edu

 

Sandra Kübler

Research Interests
 
  • Machine Learning of Natural Language
  • Parsing Morpholigically Rich Languages (especially German)
  • Dependency Parsing
  • NLP for iCALL
  • Machine Learning based on parallel corpora
  • Memory-Based Learning, k-nearest neighbor learning
  • Corpus Linguistics
  • Part of Speech Tagging
  • Robust Parsing
  • Finite-State Techniques
Current Projects 
 
  • Evidence-Based Fusion of Hard and Soft Information for the Assessment of Reliability of Soft Information
Former Projects 
 
  • Verbmobil, Verbmobil in Tübingen
  • the A1 project of the SFB441 
  • Weakly Supervised Linguistic Analysis
  • InfraWare Dictation Recognition Engine
  • Identifying Hateful Text on YouTube
  • Developing a Model for the Automatic Analysis of Hebrew Learners Proficiency (MAP-H)
  • From parsing YouTube comments to identifying degrees of humor
Research
  (Electronically available) papers
Teaching:
 
Current Students
 
  • Muhammad Abdul-Mageed
  • Eric Baucom
  • Rachael Cantrell
  • Sara Couture
  • Daniel Dakota
  • Rebecca Hale
  • Mohammad (Shahab) Khan
  • Christopher Kuzma
  • Can Liu
  • Braxton Meyer
  • Wren Romano
  • Olga Scrivner
  • Charese Smiley
  • Anna Wilson
Former Students
 
Conferences/Workshops