Xavier Tannier

Professor at UPMC.
Researcher at LIMICS.

✉ Esc. D, 2ème étage.
15, rue de l'école de médecine
Campus des Cordeliers
75006 PARIS
FRANCE
☎ +33 (0)1 44 27 91 13
@ Xavier.Tannier(@upmc.fr)

My research topics concern natural language processing and information retrieval and extraction.

I teach Computer Science at Polytech Paris-UPMC.

News

I'm a member of the organisation and scientific committees of the Datathon for Intensive Care, taking place on Jan. 20-21, 2018 in Paris. Clinicians, statisticians or data scientists can register to be part of a multidisciplinary team for this event.

• Jan. 20-21, 2018 •

I'll be talking at the Data Science Meetup of the Academy "Networks, Information, and Digital Society", hosted by INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, on Dec. 4th, 2017

• Dec. 4, 2017 •

I am happy to join UPMC (Université Pierre et Marie Curie), Polytech Paris-UPMC and LIMICS as a full professor!

• Sep. 1st, 2017 •

Project funded by the Google Digital News Initiative Fund: Annotation and machine learning for data-journalists.

• Jul. 6, 2017 •

Our work on temporal relation identification in clinical texts with neural networks has been selected for the "Best Of SemEval 2017".

• Apr. 18, 2017 •

Workshop on Computational Journalism, Jan. 26 in Grenoble (France, in French)
(http://compjournalism2017.irisa.fr/).

• Jan 26, 2017 •

Our demo on generating thematic timelines (poster [fr], ACL paper, NLP4J paper) has been presented at the ANR meetings on digital technologies.

• Nov. 16-17, 2016 •

Our work on temporal relation identification in clinical texts has been selected for the "Best Of SemEval 2016".

• Jun. 1st, 2016 •

Project ASRAEL funded by French Research Agency (ANR), starting date Jan. 2016! 

• Jan. 1, 2016 •

Project ContentCheck funded by French Research Agency (ANR), starting date Jan. 2016!

• Jan. 1, 2016 •

SemEval 2016 Task 5, Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis, with a task in French.

• Nov. 15 2015 •

Google Award for Computational Journalism for a project with INRIA and newspaper Le Monde.

• Sep. 20, 2015 •

Promotion

DCTFinder is a java tool for extracting the title and the document creation time of a web page.

WebAnnotator is a Firefox add-on for Web site annotation: [official web page] [online manual].