Professor Ruslan Mitkov
EM TTI Co-coordinator, Professor in Computational Linguistics
Professor Ruslan Mitkov is the Director of the Research Institute for Information and Language Processing which consists of two internationally renowned research groups – Statistical Cybermetrics Research Group led by Prof. Mike Thelwall and the Research Group in Computational Linguistics. Professor Mitkov delivers a number of lectures for EM TTI and supervises dissertation topics related to his research interests.
Professor Mitkov has / is working on a variety of topics in Natural Language Processing and so far he has authored or co-authored more than 240 publications. He is still interested in (and involved in research on) anaphora resolution and the automatic generation of multiple-choice tests - topics for which he has been extensively cited. Recent topics which he has researched and published include translation memory, computational treatment of multiword expressions, sentiment analysis, language change, readability, simplification and NLP for people with language disabilities. Previous topics include but are not limited to automatic identification of cognates and false friends, machine translation, the use of NLP methodology and corpora to verify the validity of translation universals, bilingual term extraction, textual similarity, text summarisation, centering, question answering, temporal processing, CALL and annotation of corpora.
Dr Sara Može
Local Coordinator - Lecturer in Computational Lexicology
Dr Sara Može is the local coordinator at the University of Wolverhampton and a Lecturer in Computational Lexicology. Her research interests: Corpus linguistics, mono- and bilingual lexicology and lexicography, contrastive grammar, cognitive linguistics, Frame Semantics, morphosyntactic and syntactic annotation, semantic role labeling.
Dr Može would be happy to supervise dissertation topics related to her research interests.
Dr Burcu Can
Reader in Computational Linguistics
Dr Burcu Can is a Reader in Computational Linguistics. Her research interests include: Computational linguistics (morphology, syntax, semantics), machine learning models for natural language processing (unsupervised learning, Bayesian models, neural networks, joint learning), representation learning, natural language processing for resource-scarce and agglutinative languages (e.g. Turkish)
Dr Can would be happy to supervise dissertation topics related to her research interests.
Dr Michael Oakes
Reader in Computational Linguistics
Dr Michael Oakes is a Reader in Computational Linguistics, and is the Course Leader for the MA in Computational Linguistics. On EM TTI he will deliver the module on Corpus Linguistics. His research interests are in Authorship Attribution, Corpus Linguistics (Statistics and Parallel Corpora) and the Automatic Detection of Translationese.
Dr Oakes would be pleased to supervise dissertations in any of these areas.
Dr Frédéric Blain
Senior Lecturer of Translation Technology
Dr Frédéric Blain is a Senior Lecturer of Translation Technology. His Research Interests include: Quality Estimation and Evaluation, Translation Technology (especially Machine Translation and Computer Aided Translation), Natural Language Processing, Lifelong Learning and Deep Learning.
Dr Blain would be happy to supervise dissertations topics related to his research interests.
Dr Emad Mohamed
Senior Lecturer of Computational Linguistics
Dr Emad Mohamed is a Senior Lecturer of Computational Linguistics. His Research Interests include: Computational Linguistics, Machine Translation, Translation Technology, Corpus Linguistics, Arabic (Computational & Corpus) Linguistics, Digital Humanities, Cultural Analytics.
Dr Mohamed would be happy to supervise dissertation topics related to his research interests.
Dr Le An Ha
Dr Le An Ha loves Deep Learning Models for NLP, but he is not afraid of any traditional machine learning method.
Dr Richard Evans
Lecturer of Computational Linguistics
Dr Richard Evans is a Lecturer of Computational Linguistics. His Research Interests include: Computational Linguistics, Text Simplification, Shallow Parsing, Anaphora Resolution, and Information Extraction.
Dr Evans would be happy to supervise dissertations related to his research interests.
Dr Raheem Sarwar
Lecturer in Natural Language Processing
Dr Raheem Sarwar is a lecturer in Natural Language Processing. His research interests include Author Profiling, Information Retrieval, Multi-label Classification, Data Mining, Authorship Analysis and Natural Language Processing for Low-Resource Languages.
Dr Sarwar would be happy to supervise dissertation topics related to his research interests.
Dr Emma Franklin
Corpus linguist and research administrator
Dr Emma Franklin is a corpus linguist and research administrator at the University of Wolverhampton. Her research interests include corpus linguistics, lexicography, corpus-assisted (critical) discourse analysis and data-driven narrative strategy.