Lisa Bauer

PhD student
Computer Science Department, UNC Chapel Hill
lbauer6 [at] cs [dot] unc [dot] edu

About Me

I am a first-year PhD student in the Computer Science Department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I am interested in natural language processing, particularly natural language generation and dialogue.


Here is my CV.


UNC Chapel Hill, 2017 - Present
PhD Computer Science

The Johns Hopkins University, 2012-2016
B.A. Computer Science, Cognitive Science
Graduated with Honors

Work Experience

Center for Language and Speech Processing, JHU (Spring 2017), Research Assistant in Van Durme Lab
Created sentence extraction pipeline and implementation for corpus-annotation and contibuted improvements to predicate extraction tool (PredPatt) by analyzing its application to foreign language.

NSF REU (Engineers for Exploration), UCSD (Summer 2016)
Designed, implemented, and applied a supervised classification algorithm using Hidden Markov Models to classify Humpback whale vocalizations.

Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD (Summer 2015), Technical Intern in Air & Missile Defense Sector
Developed wrapper GPS model compliant with Missile Defense Agency's supported research simulation software and developed PCI communication between components of Kill Vehicle Modular Open Architecture.

CogNeuro Research Laboratory, JHU  (Spring 2015 - Fall 2016), Research Assistant
Developed adaptive learning algorithm for improving efficiency of an asphasia treatment study for people with spelling impairments.


Automatic Classification of Humpback Whale Social Calls
Irina Tolkova* and Lisa Bauer*, Antonella Wilby, Ryan Kastner, Kerri D. Seger, Aaron M. Thode
*Equal Contribution
Acoustical Society of America Conference, Boston, MA. June 24-29, 2017, [pdf]