Welcome! I am a PhD candidate in Computer Science at the Center for Language and Speech Processing at Johns Hopkins University. My research is focused on unsupervised and semi-supervised machine translation and bilingual lexicon induction. I am advised by Philipp Koehn.
Prior to JHU, I completed an MPhil in Advanced Computer Science at Christ’s College, University of Cambridge. My thesis advisor was Helen Yannakoudakis. I was employed at Google, Inc. in Mountain View, CA from 2013-2017 where I was a Web Solutions Engineer (2015-2017) and Support Specialist for gTech Ads, where I led automation efforts for North America (2013-2015). I returned to Google in Summer 2020 as an intern at Google Translate. Previously, I completed an Ed.M. in Mind, Brain, and Education at Harvard University, and a B.A. in Psychology/Sociology and French (minor) at Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA.
I’m on the job market for industry research scientist positions.
Please email me with opportunities! (address is in my publications.)
December 2022: Two papers to-appear at EMNLP in Abu Dhabi:
IsoVec: Controlling the Relative Isomorphism of
Word Embedding Spaces
Kelly Marchisio, Neha Verma, Kevin Duh, Philipp Koehn
Bilingual Lexicon Induction for Low-Resource Languages using
Graph Matching via Optimal Transport
Kelly Marchisio, Ali Saad-Eldin, Kevin Duh, Carey Priebe, Philipp Koehn
October 2022: I am honored to have been named an Amazon Fellow! https://twitter.com/AmazonScience/status/1577765575207460865
Summer 2022: I will be interning at FAIR in London, UK with Mikel Artetxe.
In my non-CS life, I’m a classically-trained soprano and was a Choral Scholar at Christ’s College, Cambridge. I’ve had fun singing acappella through the years – with Google MTV’s Googapella (2014-2017), the Common Chords at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and Sweet Ophelia at Franklin & Marshall College.
Apart from singing, I enjoy vegetable gardening – and if “trying new foods” can be considered a hobby, then it’s certainly one of favorites!