I'm part of RCLN team at LIPN where I'm working on my thesis "Knowledge discovery and enrichment from text for expert finding", under the supervision of Thierry Charnois, Guillaume Santini and Haïfa Zargayouna, in collaboration with A³ team.
My research interests are machine learning, ontologies, semantic web, natural language processing and graph theory, especially graph abstraction.
Bureau B211 (Laboratoire)
Bureau T105 (IUT)
LIPN - UMR 7030 - CNRS
Université Paris 13
99 avenue Jean-Baptiste Clément
93430 Villetaneuse, France
Candidate of Philosophy in Computer Science • 2017-2020
Thesis title : Knowledge discovery and enrichment from text for expert finding / Découverte et enrichissement de connaissances à partir de textes pour la recherche d'expert Supervised by : Thierry Charnois, Guillaume Santini, Haïfa Zargayouna Funding : FUI, PCU project (Plateforme de Connaissances Unifiées)
Master in Computer Science (Data, Knowledge and Natural Language) • 2015-2017
Keywords : Ontologies, Natural Language Processing, Semantics, Data Mining, Text Mining, Data Warehouses, Complex and Heterogeneous Data, Documentation System
Bachelor of Computer Science • 2012-2015
Graduate researcher• June 2017 - August 2017
Identifying transmedia works of Japanese pop-culture from user-generated knowledge bases.
Proposition of a method for creating Work entity datasets of Japanese pop-culture works (manga, anime, video games) from user-generated knowledge bases and identifying transmedia works, that is, abstract instances composed of works through several media linked together by semantic relationships.
In collaboration with Shigeo Sugimoto and Tetsuya Mihara.
Graduate researcher• May 2017
Semantic annotation of electronic health records.
Integration of NLP techniques for the semantic annotation of English-language electronic health records with ontologies.
In collaboration with Sandra Bringay, Clément Jonquet and Andon Tchechmedjiev.
Undergraduate/Graduate researcher• February-July 2017, June-July 2016, June 2015, June 2014