Dr Mark Granroth-Wilding
Email: researchRemoveThis@markDelete.granrothRemove-wilding.co.uk
Office: University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory,
William Gates Building,
15 JJ Thomson Avenue,
Cambridge
CB3 0FD
United Kingdom

Current Research

My research interests lie in natural language processing (NLP), computational creativity and music processing/cognition.

I am currently working on the What-If Machine (WHIM) EU FP7 project with Stephen Clark. The research concerns building a computational model of creativity. The aim is to construct a system that automatically produces ideas that may serve as the basis for cultural artefacts. More...

History

I completed my PhD at the University of Edinburgh with Mark Steedman in March 2013. The project concerned the application of NLP techniques to music processing. We developed a grammar to model the structure of tonal harmony and used statistical parsing for automatic harmonic analysis. More...

Before that I did a masters in Informatics at Edinburgh and an undergraduate degree in Computer Science at Cambridge University.

Between the masters and PhD, I worked for Mercurytide.

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