Christopher D Manning

Computer Science Department, Stanford University

Names

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Christopher D Manning (Preferred)
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Christopher D. Manning

Emails

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****@stanford.edu
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****@cs.stanford.edu
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****@mail.usyd.edu.au

Education & Career History

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Full Professor
Computer Science Department, Stanford University (cs.stanford.edu)
2012Present
 
Associate Professor
Computer Science Department, Stanford University (cs.stanford.edu)
20062012
 
Assistant Professor
Computer Science Department, Stanford University (cs.stanford.edu)
19992006
 
Lecturer B
University of Sydney (usyd.edu.au)
19961999
 
Assistant Professor
Carnegie Mellon University (cmu.edu)
19941996
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisor
Joan Bresnan
****@stanford.edu
19901994
 

Expertise

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natural language processing, natural language understanding, deep learning
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dependency parsing
Present
 
neural word embeddings
Present