Hi, I’m Simone Conia. Welcome to my personal website!
I am among those lucky people who can study what they love and love what they study. Currently, I am a second-year PhD student in Computer Science at the Sapienza NLP group.
My research revolves around multilinguality and cross-linguality in Semantics, with a focus on Semantic Role Labeling, Word Sense Disambiguation and Semantic Parsing.
Last but not least I love Italian and Japanese food from “tonnarelli cacio e pepe” to “sukiyaki”. After all, I am half italian half japanese.
|Jan 11, 2021||Short paper accepted at EACL 2021: “Framing Word Sense Disambiguation as a Multi-Label Problem for Model-Agnostic Knowledge Integration”.|
|Oct 1, 2020||2 long papers accepted at COLING 2020: “Bridging the Gap in Multilingual Semantic Role Labeling: a Language-Agnostic Approach” and “Conception: Multilingually-Enhanced, Human-Readable Concept Vector Representations”.|
|Sep 14, 2020||Demo paper accepted at EMNLP 2020: “InVeRo: Making Semantic Role Labeling Accessible with Intelligible Verbs and Roles”.|
|Nov 1, 2019||Starting my PhD in Natural Language Processing and Deep Learning at the Sapienza NLP group.|
|Aug 12, 2019||Long paper accepted at EMNLP 2019: “VerbAtlas: a Novel Large-Scale Verbal Semantic Resource and Its Application to Semantic Role Labeling”.|