Franck Dernoncourt

Research Scientist

Adobe Research, San Jose

Franck is a researcher at Adobe Research in San Jose. He received his PhD in machine learning from MIT. His research interests include neural networks and natural language processing. He has worked on several NLP applications such as text classification, sequential labeling, named-entity recognition, question-answering systems, summarization, dialog systems, image editing by voice, and speech recognition.

For more details and links to papers:
Google Scholar
Personal website

Strong NLP PhD students are welcome to contact him at regarding internships anytime in the year. Internships typically result in publications and patents. Collaborations often continue after the internship.

My Publications

A Discourse-Aware Attention Model for Abstractive Summarization of Long Documents

Cohan, A., Dernoncourt, F., Kim, D., Bui, T., Kim, S., Chang, W., Goharian, N. (Jun. 1, 2018)
Proceedings of NAACL-HLT 2018