MSc. in Computer Science, 2018
BSc. in Computer Engineering, 2008
University of Manitoba
BComm. Co-op Major in Finance, 2002
I am currently a PhD candidate at Queen’s University under the supervision of Professor Christian Muise, and I am also a Teaching Assistant with the School of Computing. My interests are in researching structured learning from unstructured text. Before beginning my PhD degree program, I worked as a Systems Analyst and Web Developer for several years. Storytelling with Automated Planning is a key part of my current research. When I am not teaching Transformer-based Models how to tell logical, coherent and believable stories, I enjoy reading, painting, and listening to music.
ACM Symposium DocEng 2018, “Automatic Term Extraction in Technical Domain using Part-of-Speech and Common Word Features”, Nisha Simon and Vlado Keselj, August 2018, Article No.: 51, pp 1–4, Link to paper
DCSI 2016 Dalhousie University Computer Science Institutional Conference, paper, and presentation “N-grams for Authorship Attribution”, September 2016, Nisha Simon, pp 1–12