András Kornai earned his mathematics PhD in 1983 from Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest where his advisor was Miklós Ajtai. He earned his linguistics PhD in 1991 from Stanford University, where his advisor was Paul Kiparsky. He is research associate at Harvard University, adjunct professor at the Budapest Institute of Technology, and Senior Scientific Advisor at the Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He is on the board of Formal Grammars and YourAmigo PLC. His research interests include all mathematical aspects of natural language processing, speech recognition, and OCR.


NAACL ’03 Workshop on the Analysis of Geographic References

Mathematical Linguistics

Optical Character Recognition

Ecai ’96 Workshop on Extended Finite State Models of Language

Knowledge Home


Hindi font samples

Locations of visitors to this page

There is no need to be impressed with the intelligence of any modern computer, no matter how large, with its blinking lights, complex displays, and many workers huddled over their terminals. The giant machine is doing nothing more than fetching instructions and executing them. It never has in the past, cannot now, and never in the future will be able to do more or less than this! (Alan W. Bierman: Great Ideas in Computer Science, p 255)

Comments are closed.