Caroline Barrière, Ph.D.

Senior Researcher – Natural Language Processing

Caroline Barrière
Team: Speech and Text

T 514-840-1235, ext. 7673

(Ph.D. Computer science, Université Simon Fraser de Colombie-Britannique, 1997)

Caroline Barrière joined CRIM in November 2010 as an expert researcher specializing in semantics, terminology, ontology and natural language processing.

Caroline holds a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering (1989) and a master’s degree in electrical engineering (1991) from Montréal’s École Polytechnique. She also holds a doctorate in computer science from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia (1997), focusing on natural language processing and proposing a methodology for semi-automatic ontology construction from electronic dictionary. Caroline was an associate professor at the University of Ottawa’s School of Information Technology and Engineering (SITE) from 1997 to 2003. From 2003 to 2010, Caroline was a research officer in the Interactive Language Technologies Group, a division of the National Research Council’s Institute for Information Technology.

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