PUBLICATIONS

Grants and Patents | Refereed Publications | Unrefereed Publications

Grants

  • [2019-2024]. PI on Facebook Research Award ``What it takes to fact-check a claim? Better Benchmarks for End-to-End Fact-Checking''
  • [2019-2024].Co-I on ``HEALing: An Innovative County-Level Public Health Response to the Opioid Epidemic in New York State'' ($86,000,000)
  • [2018-2020] PI at Columbia on an NSF EAGER award ``EAGER: Collaborative Research:Automated Instruction Assistant for Argumentative Essays''. ($143,000).
  • [2018-2021] PI Collaboratory Fellows Fund grant to develop an interdisciplinary course ``Multilingual Language Technologies and Language Diversity'' (with Lydia Liu at ICLS; $150,000).
  • [2017-2021] Co-PI on the IARPA award ``SCRIPTS:System for CRoss-language Information Processing, Translation, and Summarization'' for the MATERIAL program ($14,000,000).
  • [2014-2017] Co-PI on NSF award "Reducing Racial and Gender Achievement Gaps in STEM: Use of Natural Language Processing to Understand Why Affirmation Interventions Improve Performance"($1,007,993).PI Valerie Purdie Vaughn (Columbia University), Co-PIs Geoffrey Cohen (Stanford University), Jonathan Cook (Penn State University).
  • [2014-2017] PI at Columbia on NSF award ``RI: Medium: Collaborative Research: Write A Classifier: Learning Fine-Grained Visual Classifiers from Text and Images" ($463,208). PI at Rutgers Ahmed Elgammal.
  • [2014-2016] Co-PI on a ROADS award from Columbia University's Institute for Data Sciences and Engineering: ``Reducing Racial and Gender Achievement Gaps in STEM: Use of Natural Language Processing to Understand Why Affirmation Interventions Improve Performance". PI Valerie Purdie-Vaughns ($199,998)
  • [2012-2017] "DRATS: Detecting Relations and Anomalies in Text and Speech" part of DARPA Deep Exploration and Filtering of Text (DEFT) Program. PI at Rutgers on a subcontract through Columbia University. PI Owen Rambow, co-PI Kathy McKeown, Julia Hirschberg (Columbia University); Mona Diab (PI at GWU); Mari Ostendorf (PI at University of Washington)($5,499,999).
  • [2011-2014] NSF RI Medium Collaborative Research: Teaching Computers to Follow Verbal Instructions (IIS-1065195) in collaboration with Michael Littman (Rutgers) and Marie desJardin (UMBC) ($999,925).
  • [2008-2010] NSF SGER award: "Exploiting Alternative Packagings of Source Meaning in Statistical Machine Translation". PI on a subcontract from University of Maryland, PI: Philip Resnik; $45,500 from total of $144,763.
  • Rutgers "Grants to Get Grants" Award; 12/2008-06/2009; $2534.

Patents

  • "System and Method of Generating Dictionary Entries" (2003). Judith Klavans and Smaranda Muresan, Columbia University, New York, NY. Serial No 398,535.

Smaranda Muresan

Smaranda Muresan
Research Scientist
Center for Computational Learning Systems
Columbia University
email: smara --AT-- ccls.columbia.edu
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