Scientic Supervisor / Contact Person
Name and Surname
Localization & Research Area
Faculty / Institute
Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence
Information Science and Engineering (ENG)
MSCA & ERC experience
Research group / research team hosted any MSCA fellow?
Research group / research team have any ERC beneficiaries?
Research Team & Research Topic
Research Team / Research Group Name (if any)
Natural Interaction based on Language
Website of the Research team / Research Group / Department
Brief description of the Research Team / Research Group / Department
The NIL acronym (Natural Interaction based on Language) identifies a group of researchers and practitioners whose interests converge towards the development of interfaces based on language for modern day IT applications for modifying or finding information, issuing commands, or present output results in a way easy to understand. Various Artificial Intelligence techniques contribute towards this goal. The mainstay of NIL is obviously a strong Natural Language Processing component. However, the complexities of language interactions require the use of additional techniques of Knowledge Representation, Expert Systems, Case-Based Reasoning, Evolutionary Algorithms, User Modeling and Computational Creativity. NIL arises in 2005 to provide a minimal infrastructure to house colaborative projects between researchers at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Nevertheless, it is open to contributions from researchers affiliated at other institutions if they are interested in the stated goals. At the same point, NIL is born with the overall goal of developing the technologies that it researchs on to the point where they can be used for practical applications. For this reason, we are always on the look out for opportunities to test the applicability of our work in real life situations.
Research lines / projects proposed
- Computational Creativity and Narrative Processing<br />- Automatic narrative impact and quality assessment<br />- Human-Computer narrative co-creation<br />- Cognitive modeling of narrative processes <br />- Applications of computational narrative model
Professional Experience & Documents
Interested applicants should submit to the Contact Person above the following documents before the deadline:<br />- a cover letter (that should also list names of the two referees)<br />- a recent Curriculum Vitae<br />- a research statement<br />- two reference letters
One Page Proposal
You can attach the 'One Page Proposal' to enhance the attractiveness of your application. Supervisors usually appreciate it. Please take into account your background and the information provided in Research Team & Research Topic section to fill in it.
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