Digital LibrariesMachine LearningNatural Language ProcessingInformation Retrieval
Full Professor in Computer Science since 2011, Aix-Marseille Université, LSIS lab / OpenEdition.
I defended my Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches in Computer Science in 2008 and my PhD in 2000. From 2000 to 2011, I have been associate professor at University of Avignon.
My research topics deal with information retrieval, natural language processing (sentiment analysis, question-answering, text mining, information extraction from texts) and digital libraries. I was one of the organizers of the "tweet contextualization task" in CLEF-Labs INEX evaluation forum. I received a Google Digital Humanities Award in 2011 and 2012.
In Aix-Marseille LSIS, I am the head of the team DIMAG (Data Information & content MAnagement Group) that is composed of 13 researchers and 18 PhD students.
I lead the R&D program of the Equipex OpenEdition-DILOH (Equipment of Excellency - Digital Library for Open Humanities) aimed at developing new generation reading, writing, browsing, recommendation functionalities.
Modèles de langue adaptatifs et métacritères pour le filtrage de documents et le suivi temporel d'entités