Freelancer in web technologies and data-mining
I am currently working as a Postdoctoral Visiting Fellow in Zhiyong Lu‘s Biomedical Text Mining group at the National Center for Biotechnology Information of the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA. I also collaborate during my free time with Moreno Mitrović on topics related to computational linguistics. In the past – still very recently to me – I was a PhD student in the LGI2P lab of IMT Mines Alès, France. I happened to work with the MAB team of the LIRMM at Montpellier, on phylogenetics and evolution. On these topics, I also worked with the Ensembl team of the European Bioinformatics Institute on genomic alignments.
As a researcher at NCBI, I am privileged to be able to work on PubMed and PubMed Labs search engines. My work focuses on improving the current systems by providing more accurate query answers through a better understanding of queries, documents and relevance. This work has already impacted the experience of the millions of users PubMed welcomes every day.
- machine learning
- information retrieval
- deep learning
- text mining
- natural language processing