About me

I'm Michele (yes, Michele with just one "L"). I'm currently a postdoctoral associate at SUNY @ Albany and postdoctoral fellow at MIT in the Clinical Decision Making group.

My research interests span around applications of artificial intelligence on textual data, with particular emphasis on clinical textual data. Natural language processing, text mining, and machine learning are my things. :)

Projects

Present

Past

Research

Publications

Temporal expression extraction with extensive feature type selection and a posteriori label adjustment
M. Filannino, G. Nenadic
Data & Knowledge Engineering, ELSEVIER (2015)

paper, review, demo, project page, source code.

Using machine learning to predict temporal orientation of search engines' queries in the Temporalia challenge
M. Filannino, G. Nenadic
Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on Evaluating Information Access (EVIA 2014) a Satellite Workshop of the NTCIR-11 Conference

paper, poster, slides, review, demo, project page, source code.

Mining temporal footprints from Wikipedia
M. Filannino, G. Nenadic
Proceedings of the 1st AHA! Workshop on Information Discovery in Text (COLING 2014)

paper, poster, reviews, bibtex, project page, source code.

Combining rules and machine learning for extraction of temporal expressions and events from clinical narratives
A. Kovačević , A. Dehghan , M. Filannino , J. A. Keane , G. Nenadic
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA)

paper, poster, bibtex, software.

ManTIME: Temporal expression identification and normalization in TempEval-3 challenge
M. Filannino, G. Brown, G. Nenadic
Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation (SemEval 2013)

paper, poster, reviews, bibtex, demo, project page, source code.

Temporal expression normalisation in natural language texts
M. Filannino
CoRR, abs/1206.2010, 2012

DBWorld e-mail classification using a very small corpus
M. Filannino
Unpublished (Machine Learning course project)

paper, data set, raw data.

More on Google Scholar

Presentations

11th December 2014
Using machine learning to predict temporal orientation of search engines’ queries in the Temporalia challenge, The 11th NTCIR Conference, NTCIR-11, Tokyo, Japan
23rd August 2014
Mining temporal footprints from Wikipedia, 1st AHA! Workshop on Information Discovery in Text, COLING 2014, Dublin, Ireland
29th October 2013
Extracting and interpreting temporal information from text (awarded with Honourable Mention from IBM), School Research Symposium, Manchester, UK
1st May 2013
Can computers understand time?, Languages @ Leeds PGR Seminars, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK
2nd November 2012
Extraction of temporal expressions, events and relations from clinical narratives using rules and machine-learning, 6th i2b2 Workshop on Challenges in NLP for Clinical Data, Chicago, USA
30th October 2012
Temporal information extraction in the clinical domain, School Research Symposium, Manchester, UK
5th March 2012
Detecting novel associations in large data sets, GN-TEAM Internal presentation, Manchester, UK
29th February 2012
Temporal expressions identification in biomedical texts, Scientific Methods II, Manchester, UK
15th February 2012
My research taster project: temporal expression extraction, GN-TEAM Internal presentation, Manchester, UK
2011
Nonlinear component analysis as a kernel eigenvalue problem, Modelling and visualization of high-dimensional data, Manchester, UK

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Side projects

Raspberry Pi LEGO case

Matt Shardlow and I built a web server for Google Web 1T 5-gram corpus with a Raspberry Pi. Here's the ad-hoc LEGO case I designed.

Contact information

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Office

MIT CSAIL
Stata Center, 32 Vassar Street, 32-252
Cambridge, MA 02139
United States of America
filannim@csail.mit.edu
filannino_michele
+1 (617) 253-3510

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