I am a research scientist at Google in New York. I work on natural language processing. Primarily,
I focus on modeling unannotated information to learn better statistical models for the analysis of 
natural language syntax and semantics.                                                                                                     

Before joining Google, I finished a Ph.D. at the Language Technologies Institute of the 
School of Computer Science
 at Carnegie Mellon University. My Ph.D. advisor was Noah Smith,
and I was a member of Noah’s ARK.

I finished a Masters degree at CMU in 2008 under the supervision of Alexander I. Rudnicky.
Before coming to CMU, I completed an undergraduate degree in Computer Science and
Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.


Contact Information:
Email: dipanjand@google.com
Address: 76 9th Avenue,
New York, NY 10011

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