I studied computer science at Moscow State University of Instrument Engineering and Computer Science (Russia) in 2007-2012 and linguistics at Moscow State Linguistic University (Russia) in 2012-2016. Soon after completing the latter degree, I was granted a scholarship to pursue a master-level degree in computational linguistics at the University of Stuttgart (Germany) where I also co-taught the course "Parsing" in summer semester 2018. As part of that program, I took several AI-related courses at the University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) as an exchange student.
Currently, I am working as a predoctoral researcher on a project in the area of explainable artificial intelligence (XAI) where various artificial intelligence topics meet (e.g., soft computing, natural language processing, argumentation theory, human-computer interaction).
- Factual and Counterfactual Explanation of Fuzzy Information Granules Interpretable Artificial Intelligence: A perspective of Granular Computing, 2021
- A Survey of Contrastive and Counterfactual Explanation Generation Methods for Explainable Artificial Intelligence IEEE Access, 2021
- Generation and Evaluation of Factual and Counterfactual Explanations for Decision Trees and Fuzzy Rule-based Classifiers IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, 2020
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