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Dimitri Kartsaklis

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Dimitri Kartsaklis
Doctoral Student
Teaching Assistant

Room 217, Wolfson Building, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QD


I am a Greek computer scientist currently in my third year working towards a DPhil in Computer Science at the University of Oxford. My research is focused on Computational Linguistics, and specifically on Compositional-Distributional models of meaning. Before I came to Oxford I've been working for many years as a software engineer and a translator/editor of CS textbooks and scientific journals. I have an MSc in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh.


While in Oxford I mainly work with Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh; I also collaborate with Stephen Pulman, Bob Coecke, Edward Grefenstette, and Nal Kalchbrenner. In the past I worked with Mark Steedman and Panagiotis Kanavos.


  • Computational Linguistics tutor (Hilary 2012- 13, Hilary 2013-14)
  • Object Oriented Programming tutor (Michaelmas 2013-14)
  • Concurrent Programming tutor-Keble College (Hilary 2013-14)


Two MSc students, Jiannan Zhang and Jianpeng Cheng, on variations of the following project:


  • 5-12-2013, Queen Mary University of London: Disambiguation in Compositional Distributional Models of Meaning


COLING 2012 Term-Definition Dataset

CoNLL 2013 Disambiguation Dataset

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Resolving Lexical Ambiguity in Tensor Regression Models of Meaning

Dimitri Kartsaklis‚ Nal Kalchbrenner and Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh

In Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL): Short Papers. Baltimore‚ USA. June, 2014.

To appear

Compositional Operators in Distributional Semantics

Dimitri Kartsaklis

In Springer Science Reviews. April, 2014.

Prior Disambiguation of Word Tensors for Constructing Sentence Vectors

Dimitri Kartsaklis and Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh

In Proceedings of the 2013 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP). Seattle‚ USA. October, 2013.