Ahnaf Mozib Samin
MSc Student, Erasmus Mundus Language and Communication Technologies (LCT), University of Groningen & University of Malta
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I am an incoming PhD student in speech processing with a Graduate Research Fellowship at Queen's University, Canada. Currently, I am pursuing a Master's degree in the Erasmus Mundus Language and Communication Technologies (LCT) program at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands and the University of Malta, Malta with a fully-funded scholarship from the European Union. I completed my Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) at Shahjalal University of Science and Technology (SUST), Bangladesh, with a thesis on automated Bangla speech recognition under the supervision of Prof. Dr. M. Shahidur Rahman.
My research interests broadly lie at the intersection of computer science, artificial intelligence, and linguistics. More precisely, I am interested in speech processing, computational linguistics, and natural language processing. I am always looking for research collaborations.
May 24, 2023 Paper accepted at IWSLT 2023. Title: "UM-DFKI Maltese Speech Translation".
May 19, 2023 Our NoDaLiDa paper got published! Title: "Slaapte or Sliep? Extending Neural-Network Simulations of English Past Tense Learning to Dutch and German".
Apr 6, 2023 Our paper titled "garNER at SemEval - 2023: Simplified Knowledge Augmentation for Multilingual Complex Named Entity Recognition" got accepted at the 17th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation (SemEval 2023)!
Mar 20, 2023 Our paper titled "Slaapte or sliep? Extending neural-network simulations of English past tense learning to German and Dutch" got accepted at the Nordic Conference on Computational Linguistics (NoDaLiDa 2023)!
Feb 11, 2023 Our paper titled "Arguments to Key Points Mapping with Prompt-based Learning" is now available on ACL Anthology.
Nov 11, 2022 Our paper titled "Analysis of Male and Female Speakers' Word Choices in Public Speeches" is now available on arXiv.