The LSV reading group takes place biweekly on Fridays in the Aquarium in C7.4. The purpose of the reading group is to discuss literature related to the research interests of our group members. It is open to everyone. Below are the guidelines for participating in the reading group.
- In order to suggest a paper, send an email to Marius Mosbach and David Adelani.
- Prepare a few slides (not more than 5) about the paper. This will help structuring the discussion.
- Every participant is expected to have read the paper that is going to be presented. The purpose of the reading group is to discuss and better understand a paper, not to introduce it.
Schedule – Winter 2019/20
|27-Sep-19||C7.4 Aquarium||11:00 – 12:00||Voita et al. (2019) – The Bottom-up Evolution of Representations in the Transformer: A Study with Machine Translation and Language Modeling Objectives (EMNLP 2019)||Marius Mosbach|
|11-Oct-19||C7.4 Aquarium||11:00 – 12:00||Laina et al. (2019) – Towards Unsupervised Image Captioning with Shared Multimodal Embeddings (ICCV 2019)||Marimuthu Kalimuthu|
|22-Nov-19||C7.4 Aquarium||11:00 – 12:00||Hewitt & Manning (2019) – A Structural Probe for Finding Syntax in Word Representations (NAACL 2019)||Marius Mosbach|
|13-Dec-19||C7.4 Aquarium||11:00 – 12:00||Li & Eisner (2019) – Specializing Word Embeddings (for Parsing) by Information Bottleneck (EMNLP 2019, best paper)||Xiaoyu Shen|
|15:00-16:00||Krishna et al. (2020) – Thieves on Sesame Street! Model Extraction of BERT-based APIs (ICLR 2020)||Aleena Thomas|
|09-Mar-20||1.27 in A2.2||12:00 – 13:00||Gibson et al. (2019) – How Efficiency Shapes Human Language (Trends in Cognitive Sciences 2019)||Tom Juzek|
|09-Apr-20||virtual reading group||11:00 – 12:00||Sankar et al. (2019) – Do Neural Dialog Systems Use the Conversation History Effectively? An Empirical Study [ACL 2019]||Anupama Chingacham|