I am originally from St. Petersburg, Russia. Before joining the KRR group in October 2016, I was working as a research assistant in BIOTEC TU Dresden, specializing in biomedical text mining. I have a bachelor degree in Computational Linguistics from St. Petersburg State University, and I received my European Masters in Computational Logic from TU Dresden and Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. I have interned as a junior researcher in Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy and NICTA , Canberra, Australia.
I am a fervent advocate of lifelong and e-learning, and I love wine.
Comparing entities in RDF graphs
In The PhD Workshop of the 43rd International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB). 2017.
Web−Mining Defeasible Knowledge from Concessional Statements
Alina Petrova and Sebastian Rudolph
In International Conference on Conceptual Structures. Pages 191–203. Springer. 2016.
Formalizing biomedical concepts from textual definitions
Alina Petrova‚ Yue Ma‚ George Tsatsaronis‚ Maria Kissa‚ Felix Distel‚ Franz Baader and Michael Schroeder
In Journal of biomedical semantics. Vol. 6. No. 1. Pages 22. 2015.