Awards and grants
– Best short paper honorable mention award
The 40th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval (SIGIR), 2017
– Best paper honorable mention award
The ACM SIGIR International Conference on the Theory of Information Retrieval (ICTIR), 2016
– First place student support award
The Balisage 2014 conference, 2014
– The Radboud-Glasgow collaboration fund for our proposal “Task-centric personal knowledge graph construction for conversational AI” (£18,500) – PIs Arjen de Vries and Jeff Dalton
– NWA-ORC grant for our proposal “LESSEN: Low Resource Chat-based Conversational Intelligence” (540K Euros out of the 4.6M Euros total amount). The grant is awarded to a consortium of 11 academic and industrial partners; see here for details.
– Grant from the Netherlands eScience Center for my proposal “REL 2.0: Multi-lingual and Multi-purpose Entity Linking Toolkit” (140K Euros in-kind); see here for details.
– Co-recipient of a PhD position for the MIHRacle project from the Radboud AI for health ICAI lab – PIs Arjen de Vries and Bram van Ginneken.
– ACM SIGIR travel grant to attend the SIGIR 2017 conference
– ACM SIGIR travel grant to attend the ICTIR 2016 conference
– ACM SIGIR travel grant to attend ICTIR 2015 conference
– Travel grant to attend Grace Hopper Celebration of Women (GHC) 2015, Women leadership program, IDI, NTNU