John Hewitt

I’m a 4th year undergraduate in Computer Science at the University of Pennsylvania.

News! Our system paper on xnmt will appear at AMTA 2018.

I work in the lab of Chris Callison-Burch. My undergraduate research is in Natural Language Processing (NLP), focusing in machine translation, structured prediction, and settings with little training data. This work falls under the DARPA LORELEI program.

I ask questions about structured prediction tasks – like machine translation or morphological prediction – that help us come to a better understanding of where linguistic theory and external information can improve our modeling of human language.

You can find my work via my github profile.

If you’re interested in Penn, MT, NLP, or STWing, feel free to reach out.

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    I’m a computer nerd and a language nerd. I like making coffee, reading research papers, and programming computers.

    I am a huge proponent of Linux, and love Arch Linux in particular.

    I spent my first summer of research at the Center for Language and Speech Processing at Johns Hopkins University. I would highly reccomend undergraduates to apply to the Summer Reserach Experiences program there.


    Take my school email johnhew@seas.upenn

    Or take my Apache email johnhew@apache

    Either way, I’m expecting that you are able to predict the TLD of the above emails and fill them.

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