Aravind Joshi

Aravind K. Joshi

Henry Salvatori Professor Emeritus of Computer and Cognitive Science
Computer and Information Science

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Honors and Awards:  Benjamin Franklin Medal in Computer and Cognitive Science of the Franklin Institute - 2005, Cognitive Science Society David Rumelhart Prize - 2003, ACL Lifetime Achievement Award - 2002, NAE MEmber - 1999, ACM Fellow - 1998, Founding Fellow - AAAI - 1990, IEEE Fellow - 1976

Research Expertise: Computational Linguistics | Cognitive Science | Artificial Intelligence

Aravind's research focuses on questions at the intersection of computer science and linguistics. Employing his expertise in computational, mathematical, and formal linguistics, natural language processing, and artificial intelligence, Aravind studies theories of representation and inferencing in natural language, computational aspects of discourse, psycholinguistic implications of processing models as well as processing certain kinds of bilingual utterances. Aravind is also involved in the design and implementation of a variety of systems for natural language processing. Aravind is associated with and a founding co-director of the Institute for Research in Cognitive Science (IRCS) at the University of Pennsylvania.

Member of:

PhD 1960 - University of Pennsylvania
MS 1958 - University of Pennsylvania
BE 1954 - Pune University in India

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