Computer Laboratory

Sandro Bauer

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I was a PhD student in the Computer Laboratory's Natural Language and Information Processing (NLIP) Group, co-supervised by Dr Simone Teufel and Dr Stephen Clark. I finished my PhD in 2017 and have since left academia to work in industry.

Besides my PhD, I gained experience as a research intern at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics (D5) in Saarbrücken (Germany) and in the Machine Intelligence and Perception (formerly Machine Learning and Perception) Group at Microsoft Research Cambridge. Previously, I obtained a Bachelor's degree in Information Systems (Wirtschaftsinformatik) from the University of Regensburg (Bavaria, Germany) and a Master's degree in Advanced Computer Science from the Computer Laboratory here at the University of Cambridge.

I am grateful to Microsoft Research for funding my studies under their PhD Scholarship scheme, and to St John's College Cambridge, of which I am a member, who supported me with a Benefactors' Scholarship. I am also an alumnus and member of Hughes Hall, where I studied for my MPhil.


Email:firstname (dot) lastname (at) cl (at) cam (at) ac (at) uk


Publications (DBLP, Google Scholar)

Conference proceedings

Workshop proceedings

  • Sandro Bauer, Stephen Clark, Thore Graepel:
    Learning to Identify Historical Figures for Timeline Creation from Wikipedia Articles
    In Proceedings of HistoInformatics2014 - the 2nd International Workshop on Computational History. Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain, 2014.