Miriam R. L. Petruck

Miriam R. L. Petruck

Senior Researcher, Artificial Intelligence
miriamp @ icsi.berkeley.edu

Miriam R. L. Petruck received her PhD in Linguistics from the University of California, Berkeley, under the direction of Charles J. Fillmore. A key member of the team developing FrameNet almost since the project’s founding (1997), her research interests include semantics, knowledge base development, grammar and lexis, lexical semantics, Frame Semantics and Construction Grammar. She is a frequent invited speaker, lecturing around the world about Frame Semantics and FrameNet. Petruck has published extensively on Frame Semantics and FrameNet, as well as Hebrew lexical semantics; her work about typological considerations in constructing a Hebrew FrameNet (2009) inspired the Hebrew FrameNet project in the Natural Language Processing Group at Ben Gurion University. Currently, she is working on a manuscript about FrameNet and Natural Language Processing for the Morgan & Claypool Human Language Technologies Series. Petruck has served as reviewer for international conferences, including ACL, CoLing, ICCG, and LREC, as well as for a number of journals, including Cognitive Linguistics, Constructions and Frames, and Language Resources and Evaluation.

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