I am a postdoc in the Language Technology Group, University of Oslo.
Computational linguistics and natural language processing, distributional semantics, diachronic word embedding models, semantic shifts, machine learning.
Among other things, I participated in designing and training NorBERT and NorELMo models.
You may also want to have a look at WebVectors, the web service we created to play with distributional word embeddings for English and Norwegian languages.
INF5820 - Language technological applications (Fall 2016)
INF5830 - Natural language processing (Fall 2017)
IN5550 - Neural Methods in Natural Language Processing (Spring 2019/2020)
On November 13, 2020, I successfully defended my PhD thesis "Distributional word embeddings in modeling diachronic semantic change". The thesis is available here.
I received my Master's degree in Computational Linguistics at National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow) in 2014, with a thesis "Semantic clustering of Russian web search results: possibilities and problems".
Below is the list of my recent publications.