Michele Filannino, CV

MIT CSAIL
Stata Center, 32 Vassar Street, 32-252
Cambridge, MA 02139
United States of America
Phone: +1 (617) 253-3510
Emails: filannim@csail.mit.edu, mfilannino@albany.edu
Web: http://groups.csail.mit.edu/~filannim
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michelefilannino
Skype: filannino_michele
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I am a postdoctoral associate at SUNY @ Albany and postdoctoral fellow at MIT in the Clinical Decision Making group. I am interested in temporal information extraction, which aims at enabling machines to interpret the temporal meaning of texts. I work with Prof. Ozlem Uzuner and Prof. Pete Szlovits. My research interests are mostly in Natural Language Processing, Information Extraction and Machine Learning.

Languages

Italian, level: Damn I'm good*
English, level: Come get some*,+
Barlettano, level: Come get some*
Andriese, level: Let's rock*
French, level: Piece of cake*

* Levels are expressed in DN3D scale.
+ Academic IELTS, 2011.

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I mostly develop in Python. Most of my code is online. I’ve been tutoring in the Machine learning course by Prof. Andrew Ng (Coursera, Stanford University). It is, to my knowledge, the biggest Machine Learning MOOC (100.000+ students).

Non-technical

I enjoy reading books of the following genres: travel diaries, anthropology, and literature. I like photography, design and playing with LEGO bricks. I also like teaching: stimulating Eureka! moments, challenge my students, provide them with effective examples of concepts/tools. I love to pick a marker and approach a whiteboard to visualise problems. I come from a working-class background.