Christof Monz

Associate Professor
Informatics Institute
Information and Language Processing Systems
University of Amsterdam

Visiting address:
  Office C3.231
  Science Park 904
  1098 XH Amsterdam
  The Netherlands
Mailing address:
  P.O. Box 94323
  1090 GH Amsterdam
  The Netherlands

E-mail: "initial of first name" . "last name" at uva.nl
Phone: +31 (0)20-525-8676
Fax: +31 (0)20-525-7490

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Yep, that's me.

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Bio

My research focuses on automated information access, in particular access across languages. Topics of interest to me are:
  • Statistical Machine Translation
  • Cross-Language Information Retrieval
  • Data Mining for Natural Language Processing
For more detailed information check out my Research, Projects and Publications pages.

News
  • I have 2 open PhD positions in Statistical Machine Translation (click on link for further information and application procedure). Application deadline: October 21, 2013.
  • I have received a Free Competition grant by the Dutch Science Foundation (NWO) for research on statistical machine translation.
  • I have received an advanced research fellowship (Vidi scheme) by the Dutch Science Foundation (NWO) for research on statistical machine translation.
  • New project on Domain and Genre-Independent Translation (DIGIT). This project will fund a PhD position for 4 years.
Post-Docs PhD Students
  • Hamidreza Ghader (2014-)
  • Praveen Dakwale (2014-)
  • Marlies van der Wees (2013-)
  • Ke Tran (2013-)
  • Katya Garmash (2013-)
  • Spyros Martzoukos (2010-)
  • Simon Carter (2009-2012)
  • Sirvan Yahyaei (2009-2012)
Scientific Programmers
  • Amit Bronner (2010-2013)
  • Jeroen Kools (2012-2013)
  • Bogomil Kovachev (2010-2012)
So, you want to do a PhD...

... here are my survival tips to get through this without being traumatized for life.

Workshop on Statistical Machine Translation Series

I've been involved in this series for seven years now and it is organized together with colleagues from Edinburgh University, Johns Hopkins University, CELCT Italy, National Research Council Canada, University of Minnesota, University of Sheffield, SDL Language Waver, Google, and University of North Texas. Check here for the online proceedings:
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