Feldberg Communications Center, 127
DegreesU Mass Amherst, Ph.D.
U Mass Amherst, M.S.
State University of New York F, M.A.
State University of New York F, B.A.
ExpertiseComputational linguistics, speech recognition, natural language understanding, discourse, machine learning.
ProfileAfter 25 years in industry research and commercialization of speech recognition and natural language processing technology, I began teaching as an Adjunct in the Brandeis Computational Linguistics MA program in 2010 and became and Associate Professor of Practice in the Computer Science Department in 2015. In addition to teaching core course in the MA program, I also teach in the summer JBS program Mobile Voice Applications, and act as Industry Liaison for our master's students. Throughout the year I bring people from industry for seminars and receptions to meet our students so that the students get a clearer idea of the kind of work is available to them in their field and the companies are introduced to our students and can hire them for internships and jobs. For more detailed information on my background see www.mariemeteer.com.
|COSI||114b||Fundamentals of Computational Linguistics|
|COSI||115bj||Spoken Dialog Design|
|COSI||136a||Automated Speech Recognition|
|COSI||138a||Computational Linguistics Second Year Seminar|
|COSI||140b||Natural Language Annotation for Machine Learning|
|COSI||154aj||The JBS Incubator|
|COSI||232f||Computational Models of Discourse|
|COSI||233f||Dialog Management Systems|
Meteer, Marie M., Thamrongrattanarit, A., Shafir, M., Crivaro, M., Borukhov, B.,. What can NLP tell us about BioNLP?. Proc. of 2012 Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing. Montreal Canada: Association for Computational Linguistics, 2012.
Meteer, Marie M.. MedLingMap: A growing resource mapping the Bio-Medical NLP field. Proc. of 2012 Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing. Montreal, Canada: Association for Computational Linguistics, 2012.