Bonnie Dorr

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Current Position: Professor in Department of Computer Science and Institute for Advanced Computer Studies

Surface Mail: Department of Computer Science and UMIACS;
3153 A.V. Williams Building; University of Maryland;
College Park, MD 20742

Fellow of the International Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, 2013.
NSF Presidential Faculty Fellow (PFF), 1997-1999.
CMPS Postdoctoral Alumni awardee, 2002.
Maryland Distinguished Young Scientist, 1996.
Sloan Research Fellow, 1994-1996.
NSF National Young Investigator (NYI), 1993-1998.

Academic Degrees: Ph.D., MIT (1990); S.M., MIT (1987); B.A., BU (1984).

Other Appointments:
Former Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs, Research and Graduate Education, College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences
Former Co-director of CLIP Laboratory with Louiqa Raschid and Amy Weinberg
Joint Appointments in UMIACS and Linguistics

Research Interests: broadscale multilingual processing, interlingual machine translation, summarization, linguistically-informed statistical models.

The gang: Click here. The other gang: Click here. Yet another gang (CLIP in Waikiki): Click here.

Publications: Click here. Projects: Click here.

Demos and Downloads: Click here.

I recently taught:

  • CMSC 723: Computational Linguistics I (Fall 2007)
  • CMSC 351: Introduction to Algorithms (Fall 2007)
  • CMSC 131: Object-Oriented Programming I (Spring 2007)
  • CMSC 131: Object-Oriented Programming I (Spring 2005)
  • CMSC 723: Introduction to Computational Linguistics and CMSC 838G/297: How to Do Research (Fall 2004)
  • CMSC 723: Introduction to Computational Linguistics and CMSC 838I/297: How to Do Research (Spring 2004)
  • CMSC 421: Artificial Intelligence (Fall 2003)
  • CMSC 723: Introduction to Computational Linguistics (Spring 2003)
  • CMSC 421: Artificial Intelligence (Spring 2002)
  • CMSC 828: Advanced Natural Language Processing---Theory and Practice (Spring 2002)
  • CMSC 421: Artificial Intelligence (Fall 2001)
  • CMSC 723 / LING 845: Introduction to Computational Linguistics (Spring 2001)
  • CMSC 421: Artificial Intelligence (Fall 2000)
  • CMSC 723 / LING 845: Introduction to Computational Linguistics (Spring 2000)
  • CMSC 150: Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (Spring 2000)
  • Recent Talk to Briggs Chaney Middle School:

  • Powerpoint slides
  • Report from Burtonsville Gazette
    Bonnie J. Dorr: