Author: tsolorio

Interview in The Women in Tech Show

I was recently interviewed by Edaena Salinas as part of the Abie Award series. You can listen to the show here.

Invited Talk at LSRL 50

Super excited to give an invited talk at the 50th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL 50). During this talk I will present the work my group has been doing on enabling technology for code-switching data.  

I’m giving a talk at Grace Hopper Conference!

I’m presenting an overview on my experience as a researcher in Academia. I will discuss the different challenges I have faced through the years as someone coming from a different background and with many interests that go beyond my research

Paper presentation at RANLP 2019

I’ll be attending RANLP 2019 to present our work on modelling style with author and character embeddings. Paper link will follow soon!

I’m program co-chair for NAACL-HLT 2019

Together with Christy Doran, I’m PC co-chair for the 2019 Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies (NAACL-HLT) that will be help in Minneapolis, USA, the first week of June. You

Invited talk at MICAI 2017

I’m invited speaker at the Mexican International Conference on Artificial Intelligence 2017. I’ll be presenting recent results from my group on using hybrid models to do Named Entity Recognition. Details of the conference can be found here:

Invited Talk at SocialNLP@EACL 2017 workshop

I’m giving an invited talk at the SocialNLP workshop colocated at EACL 2017. I’ll discuss the research challenges my group is addressing with respect to processing mixed language data from social media platforms. Check out more details here.

Keynote Speech at the First Mexican Workshop on Plagiarism Detection and Authorship Analysis

I’ve been invited to be the keynote speaker at the First Mexican Workshop on Plagiarism Detection and Authorship Analysis. The program for the event is here: First Mexican Workshop on Plagiarism Detection and Authorship Analysis Details of my Talk are

I’m attending CRA-W Career Mentoring Workshops at FCRC 2015

I received a travel scholarship and I’m super excited and looking forward to attend! I’m a CRA-W alumn, I attended my first CRA-W event when I completed my PhD and it has always been a great learning experience.

The results are out for the First Shared Task on Language ID in Code-Switching Data

We co-organized the first shared task on language identification on Code-Switched data. The target data was Twitter data and we had 4 language combinations: Spanish-English, Nepali-English, Mandarin-English and Modern Standard Arabic-Arabic Dialects. We received a great response with 8 teams