Kevin Gimpel

Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago

Names

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Kevin Gimpel (Preferred)

Emails

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****@ttic.edu
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****@cs.cmu.edu

Education & Career History

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Assistant Professor
Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (ttic.edu)
2015Present
 
Research Assistant Professor
Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (ttic.edu)
20122015
 
PhD student
School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University (cs.cmu.edu)
20062012
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coworker
Mrinmaya Sachan
****@ttic.edu
2019Present
 
Coworker
Sam Wiseman
****@ttic.edu
2018Present
 
Coworker
Allyson Ettinger
****@uchicago.edu
2018Present
 
Coworker
Karl Stratos
****@ttic.edu
2017Present
 
Coworker
Matthew Walter
****@ttic.edu
2014Present
 
Coworker
Karen Livescu
****@ttic.edu
2012Present
 
Coworker
David McAllester
****@ttic.edu
2012Present
 
Coworker
Nati Srebro
****@ttic.edu
2012Present
 
Coworker
Greg Shakhnarovich
****@ttic.edu
2012Present
 
Coworker
Mohit Bansal
****@cs.unc.edu
20132016
 
PhD Advisor
Noah A. Smith
****@cs.washington.edu
20062012
 

Expertise

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language generation
2017Present
 
semantics, compositionality, sentence embeddings
2013Present
 
structured prediction
2006Present
 
natural language processing
2006Present