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International Conference Proceedings (peer-reviewed)
Iwatsuki, Kenichi, Aizawa, Akiko. (2021). Communicative-Function-Based Sentence Classification for Construction of an Academic Formulaic Expression Database. Proceedings of the 16th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 3476–3497. [doi] [data]
Iwatsuki, Kenichi, Aizawa, Akiko. (2021). Extraction of Formulaic Expressions from Scientific Papers. Proceedings of the Workshop on Scientific Document Understanding. [URI]
Iwatsuki, Kenichi, Boudin, Florian, Aizawa, Akiko. (2020). An Evaluation Dataset for Identifying Communicative Functions of Sentences in English Scholarly Papers. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, 1712–1720. [URI]
Iwatsuki, Kenichi, Aizawa, Akiko. (2018). Using Formulaic Expressions in Writing Assistance Systems. Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Computational Linguistics, p. 2678–2689. [URI]
Iwatsuki, Kenichi, Sagara, Takeshi, Hara, Tadayoshi, Aizawa, Akiko. (2017). Detecting In-line Mathematical Expressions in Scientific Documents. Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Symposium on Document Engineering, 141–144. [doi] [data]
Iwatsuki, Kenichi, Boudin, Florian, Aizawa, Akiko. (2022). Extraction and Evaluation of Formulaic Expressions Used in Scholarly Papers. Expert Systems with Applications, 187(115840). [doi]
Iwatsuki, Kenichi. (2021). Towards Extracting Formulaic Expressions from Japanese Scholarly Papers. In Mika Hämäläinen, Niko Partanen & Khalid Alnajjar (Eds.), Multilingual Facilitation (pp. 74–82). University of Helsinki Library. [doi]
Aizawa, Akiko, Sagara, Takeshi, Iwatsuki, Kenichi, Topic, Goran. (2018). Construction of a New ACL Anthology Corpus for Deeper Analysis of Scientific Papers. Third International Workshop on Scientific Document Analysis.
Aizawa, Akiko, Sagara, Takeshi, Topic, Goran, Iwatsuki, Kenichi. (2018). Bridging the Gap between Layout, Logical, and Semantic Structures of Documents. International Interdisciplinary Symposium on Reading Experience & Analysis of Documents.
The Japanese law and ministerial ordinance require PhD theses to be published on the Internet within a year of the conferment of the degree, but the Univirsity of Tokyo postpones publication for two years; thus, I hereby publish my PhD thesis on my website.
Iwatsuki, Kenichi. (2021). Extraction, Classification, and Retrieval of Formulaic Expressions in Scientific Papers. [Doctoral thesis, The University of Tokyo]. [pdf]
AtlanSTIC 2020 Visiting Researchers Programme: EUR 10,000 (Jul-Dec 2020) (Cancelled due to COVID-19)
KAKENHI (Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Research Fellow): JPY 2,100,000 (2019-2020)
The Association for Natural Language Processing, COLING 2018 Student Travel Support: JPY 350,000 (June 2018)
Repayment exemption for student loan for outstanding achievement; Japan Student Services Organization (JPY 1,464,000) (May 2019)
The 2nd Open Data Challenge for Public Transportation in Tokyo; Tokyo Metro Special Award (Hosted by Association for Open Data of Public Transportation) (March 2019)
TOEFL iBT 102/120 (as of May 2019)
The EIKEN Test in Practical English Proficiency Grade 1 (equivalent to CEFR C1 level)
2nd grade Certified Specialist of Intellectual Property Management (administration)
Passed the examination of administrative scrivener (unregistered)
Applied Information Technology Engineer Examination