e-mail: kosseim AT cse.concordia.ca
physical address (to come to my office):
mail address (to ship packages):
Teaching: This academic year, I will be teaching
COMP 472/6721: Artificial Intelligence in Fall 2014
COMP 248: Object Oriented Programming I in Fall 2014
COMP 472/6721: Artificial Intelligence in Winter 2015
Research: I work on Natural Language Processing in the CLaC Lab.
I am/was a Program Committee Member of the following conferences:
Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics: CICLing 2014, CICLing 2013, CICLing 2012
Canadian Artificial Intelligence: AI2014, AI2013, AI2012 (program co-chair), AI2011, AI 2008, AI 2007
NLDB: NLDB 2013, NLDB 2012, NLDB 2010, NLDB 2008
Traitement Automatique de la Langue Naturelle: TALN 2012, TALN 2011, TALN 2010 (organising committee)
Conference en Recherche d’Information et Applications: CORIA 2011, CORIA 2010, CORIA 2008
The Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Society Conference: FLAIRS-26, FLAIRS-25
Important note to potential graduate students: I receive more e-mails than I can answer, so if you send me an e-mail to do graduate work with me, please note the following:
If you are truly interested in NLP, then please apply at Concordia and DO send me an e-mail. Please include your student ID in your e-mail and indicate what type of funding you require.
If your e-mail looks “generic”, I will not even look at it.
I will ONLY respond to you, if I am interested in your profile AND I could use a new graduate student. If I do not answer you, it may have nothing to do with your CV or your potential, it just may be that I cannot take on a new grad student at this point.