Natural Language Processing
I am now working in the Multimedia Computing group of Delft University Technology as a PhD student. My current research is about Recommender Systems. I am developing new algorithms for Context-Aware and Cross-Domain recommender systems. My current research is within the European FP7 project, CrowdRec, which is about crowd-powered recommendation for continues media and social networks.
The updated list of my publications can be found in my google scholar page.
WrapRec, started in 2014, is an easy-to-use Recommender Systems evaluation toolkit that allows users to easily implement or wrap recommendation algorithms from other toolkits. The toolkit is written with C# and the source code is publicly available in Github.
Master Students Supervison
Recently, Bjarni Anrason graudated as a master student in the MMC group under my supervison. His topic was Influence of Auxiliary Features in Factorization-based Collaborative Filtering.
You can find more information about me in my personal website.