The Research Group is always interested in considering proposals for new PhD projects, and our staff are able to offer supervision in a wide variety of areas, ranging from author profiling, computational lexicography and translation studies to cyber-terrorism detection, text summarisation and sentiment analysis.
You can read about the research interests and potential supervision topics of staff in our RGCL Staff pages.
Please fill in our PhD Initial Enquiry Form, selecting 'Computational and Corpus Linguistics' - if you would like to express your interest in studying with us.
If you have a more rounded proposal and have already been in contact with an academic within RGCL, please use the Application Form.
Interests: Text mining, Deep Learning, Information Extraction, Computational Linguistics, Digital Humanities.
Interests: Corpus Linguistics, Sentiment Analysis, Machine Learning, NLP and Computational Linguistics.
Maria Carmela Cariello
Interests: Computational Linguistics, Machine Translation, Translation Memory, Corpus Linguistics.
PhD student (Part Time)
Interests: Computational Linguistics, Corpora Construction, Annotation and Automatic Terminology Processing
Interests: Corpus Linguistics, Lexicography, corpus-driven lexical analysis, creative and innovative use of language
Interests: Machine Learning, Computational Linguistics, NLP, Parallel Corpora, Translation Quality Estimation, Learner Translator Corpora, Corpus-based Translation Studies, Text Linguistics, Translator Education
Interests: Computational Linguistics, Deep Learning, NLP, Machine Learning, Procedural programming, Source Code Representation
Interests: Information Extraction, Machine Translation, Sentiment Analysis, Computational Linguistics, Quantitative Linguistics
Interests: Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics, Cyber Security
Interests: Computational Linguistics, Corpus Linguistics, Authorship Attribution, Evolutionary Computation, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Algorithms, Project Management.
Interests: Semantic Parsing, Machine Learning, Fake News Detection, Arabic Computational Linguistics, Deep Learning Architectures
Dr Tharindu Ranasinghe
A semantic textual similarity metric based on deep learning for effective translation memories
Dr Ha Bui
Anaphoric resolutions in the probabilistics type theory
Dr Omid Rohanian
Contributions to the Computational Treatment of Non-Literal Language
Dr Ahmed Omer
Computational Stylometry for Arabic Text
Dr Najah Albaqawi
Gender Variation in Gulf Pidgin Arabic
Dr Richard Evans
Sentence Simplification for Text Processing
Dr Hanna Bechara
A STS enhanced QE Method and its Applications to NLP tasks
Dr Mireille Makary
Ranking retrieval systems using minimal human assessments
Dr Shiva Taslimipoor
Automatic Identification and Translation of Multiword Expressions
Dr Victoria Yaneva
AUTOR: Assessing Text and Web Accessibility for People with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Dr Rohit Gupta
Use of Language Technology to Improve Matching and Retrieval in Translation Memory
Dr Sanja Stajner
New Data-driven Approaches to Text Simplification
Dr Miguel Angel Rios Gaona
Measuring Semantic Similarity of Texts.