Antonios Anastasopoulos(Αντώνης Αναστασόπουλος)
email: aanastas [at] nd [dot] edu
I am a PhD student at the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the University of Notre Dame, working with Prof. David Chiang's NLP group. I am interested in various aspects of NLP and Machine Learning, such as Machine Translation and Speech Recognition.
B.Sc. : ECE, NTUA
- May 2017 - I'll be joining Google NY for an internship with the SAFT team!
- March 2017 - I'll present our paper "A case study on using speech-to-translation alignments for language documentation" at ComputEL-2 in Honolulu!
- September 2016 - Our long paper "An Unsupervised Probability Model for Speech-to-Translation Alignment of Low-Resource Languages" will be presented as a talk at EMNLP 2016!
- June 2016 - Our long paper "An Attentional Model for Speech Translation Without Transcription" was presented as a talk at NAACL 2016.
- Spring semester 2016 - I'll be TAing for CSE 30151: Theory of Computing.
- August 2014 - I started my PhD at the University of Notre Dame, IN.
- July 2014 - You can find more about our tool for Adaptive Quality Estimation (AQET) here.
Research[Google Scholar profile]
A case study on using speech-to-translation alignments for language documentation
Antonios Anastasopoulos and David Chiang, ComputEL-2, March 2017
DyNet: The Dynamic Neural Network Toolkit
Graham Neubig, Chris Dyer, Yoav Goldberg, Austin Matthews, Waleed Ammar, Antonios Anastasopoulos, Miguel Ballesteros, David Chiang, Daniel Clothiaux, Trevor Cohn, et al.
An Unsupervised Probability Model for Speech-to-Translation Alignment of Low-Resource Languages
Antonios Anastasopoulos, David Chiang, and Long Duong, EMNLP, November 2016
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An Attentional Model for Speech Translation Without Transcription
Long Duong, Antonios Anastasopoulos, Trevor Cohn, Steven Bird and David Chiang, NAACL HLT, June 2016
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Online and Multitask learning for Machine Translation Quality Estimation in Real-world scenarios
J.G. Camargo de Souza, M. Turchi, A. Anastasopoulos and M. Negri, CLIC, December 2014
- Adaptive Quality Estimation for Machine Translation
M. Turchi, A. Anastasopoulos, J.G. Camargo de Souza and M. Negri, ACL 2014
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- (Diploma Thesis) Online Learning for Automatic Quality Estimation of Machine Translation Output
Antonis Anastasopoulos, Athens, April 2014.
Supervisors: Yanis Maistros (ECE, NTUA) and Marco Turchi, Matteo Negri (FBK, Trento)
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Explicit Objects and Polysemy
S. Markantonatou, A. Anastasopoulos and Y. Maistros, ICGL11, Rhodes 2013
Using noun and clitic frequencies to study verb transitivity in Modern Greek
A. Anastasopoulos, S. Markantonatou and Y. Maistros, ALT10, Leipzig 2013
- Documentation and analysis of an endangered language: aspects of the grammar of Griko.
Lekakou Marika, Valeria Baldissera and Antonis Anastasopoulos (2013).
CVYou can find my extended CV here.
I enjoy playing (and watching) soccer, basketball and tennis, as well as biking.