Behrang Mohit

Visiting Assistant Professor
Office: 1004
Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar
P.O.Box 24866, Doha, Qatar

Welcome! I am a visiting faculty at Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar. I teach courses on text processing, artificial intelligence and programming. Currently, I collaborate with Kemal Ofalzer and other colleagues at our NLP lab and also Nizar Habash and Noah Smith on projects releated to multi-lingual processing.

I received my PhD from the Intelligent Systems Program at University of Pittsburgh, USA where I worked with Rebecca Hwa. My dissertation was titled Locating and Reducing Translation Difficulty. This was a statistical framework to find the problematic outputs of a machine translation system and adapting the MT system to reduce those problems.

I follow independent cinema, classical and film music in my leisure time.



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