Joachim Wagner

Postdoctoral researcher in the ADAPT Centre

Grouping: 
Postdoctoral Researcher
Office: 
L214
Phone Number: 
+353-1-7006915
Email Address: 

Research Group: 
Language and Intelligence
Associated Research Centres: 
ADAPT Research Centre
Research Interests: 

Distributed representations. Sentiment analysis. Accurate robust parsing of user-generated content. Automatic error detection in English texts. Quality estimation of machine translation output. Sentence boundary detection. Text normalisation. Speech synthesis.

Selected Publications: 

Joachim Wagner, Piyush Arora, Santiago Cortes, Utsab Barman, Dasha Bogdanova, Jennifer Foster, and Lamia Tounsi (2014): DCU: Aspect-based polarity classification for SemEval task 4. In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Semantic Evaluation (SemEval-2014), pages 392-397, Dublin, Ireland, August. Association for Computational Linguistics.

Joseph Le Roux, Jennifer Foster, Joachim Wagner, Rasul Samad Zadeh Kaljahi and Anton Bryl (2012): DCU-Paris13 Systems for the SANCL 2012 Shared Task. Shared-Task Website of The NAACL 2012 First Workshop on Syntactic Analysis of Non-Canonical Language (SANCL) (not part of the proceedings), June 8, 2012, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Joachim Wagner (2012): Detecting Grammatical Errors with Treebank-Induced, Probabilistic Parsers. PhD Thesis, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland.

Joachim Wagner, Jennifer Foster and Josef van Genabith (2009): Judging Grammaticality: Experiments in Sentence Classification. In CALICO Journal, pages 474-490, volume 26, number 3

Jennifer Foster, Joachim Wagner, and Josef van Genabith (2008): Adapting a WSJ-Trained Parser to Grammatically Noisy Text. In Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies, Short Papers, pages 221-224, Columbus, OH, June 15-20, 2008

Joachim Wagner, Jennifer Foster and Josef van Genabith (2007): A Comparative Evaluation of Deep and Shallow Approaches to the Automatic Detection of Common Grammatical Errors. In Proceedings of the 2007 Joint Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing and Computational Natural Language Learning (EMNLP-CoNLL) , Prague, June 28-30, 2007 (Extended version presented at the Summer 2007 ParGram meeting in Palo Alto.)