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 studied several AI-related courses at the University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) as an exchange student.
Currently, I am working as a pre-doctoral researcher on a project in explainable artificial intelligence (XAI) where various artificial intelligence topics meet (e.g. natural language processing, argumentation theory, human-computer interaction).
- Factual and Counterfactual Explanation of Fuzzy Information Granules Interpretable Artificial Intelligence: A perspective of Granular Computing, 2020
- Generation and Evaluation of Factual and Counterfactual Explanations for Decision Trees and Fuzzy Rule-based Classifiers IEEE World Congress on Computational Intelligence, 2020
- Paving the way towards counterfactual generation in argumentative conversational agents Workshop on Interactive Natural Language Technology for Explainable Artificial Intelligence (NL4XAI) collocated with the 12th International Conference on Natural Language Generation (INLG), 2020