Brian DuSell

I am a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Notre Dame, where I study natural language processing in Dr. David Chiang's NLP research group. My interests lie generally in parsing and machine translation.

Current Work

I am currently investigating using stack-based RNN architectures, or "Neural Pushdown Automata," to improve syntactic parsing for human languages.

Work History

Before entering the PhD program at Notre Dame, I worked as a software developer at Oak Financial Software Corp, where I helped build a bilingual mobile web app for executing international money transfers to Latin America.

Before that, I worked for NetApp in Sunnyvale, CA as a member of their Data Protection Group.

Some Past Projects

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