documents including scholarly papers, scientific papers, research articles, scientific documents
The style of the bibliography conforms to SIST 02, which is based on ISO-690:2010.
International Conference Proceedings (peer-reviewed)
Iwatsuki, Kenichi; Aizawa, Akiko. "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. Online, 2021-4-19/23, Association for Computational Linguistics. Association for Computational Linguistics, 2021, p. 3476–3497. [URI] [data]
Iwatsuki, Kenichi; Aizawa, Akiko. "Extraction of Formulaic Expressions from Scientific Papers". Proceedings of the Workshop on Scientific Document Understanding co-located with 35th AAAI Conference on Artificial Inteligence (AAAI 2021). Online, 2021-2-9, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence. CEUR-WS.org, 2021. [URI]
Iwatsuki, Kenichi; Boudin, Florian; Aizawa, Akiko. "An Evaluation Dataset for Identifying Communicative Functions of Sentences in English Scholarly Papers". Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation. Marseille, French Republic, 2020-5-11/16, European Language Resource Association. European Language Resource Association, 2020, p. 1712–1720. [URI]
Iwatsuki, Kenichi; Aizawa, Akiko. "Using Formulaic Expressions in Writing Assistance Systems". Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Computational Linguistics. Santa Fe, United States of America, 2018-8-20/26, International Committee on Computational Linguistics. Association for Computational Linguistics, 2018, p. 2678–2689. [URI]
Iwatsuki, Kenichi; Sagara, Takeshi; Hara, Tadayoshi; Aizawa, Akiko. "Detecting In-line Mathematical Expressions in Scientific Documents". Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Symposium on Document Engineering. Valletta, Malta, 2017-9-4/7，Association for Computing Machinery. Association for Computing Machinery, 2017, p. 141–144. [doi]
Other Papers (peer-reviewed)
Iwatsuki, Kenichi. "Towards Extracting Formulaic Expressions from Japanese Scholarly Papers". Multilingual Facilitation. Hämäläinen, Mika; Partanen, Niko; Alnajjar, Khalid eds. University of Helsinki Library, 2021, 74–82, 979-871-33-6227-0. [doi]
Aizawa, Akiko, Sagara, Takeshi, Iwatsuki, Kenichi, Topic, Goran. "Construction of a New ACL Anthology Corpus for Deeper Analysis of Scientific Papers". Third International Workshop on Scientific Document Analysis. Yokohama, Japan, 2018-11-12/13.
Aizawa, Akiko, Sagara, Takeshi, Topic, Goran, Iwatsuki, Kenichi. "Bridging the Gap between Layout, Logical, and Semantic Structures of Documents". International Interdisciplinary Symposium on Reading Experience & Analysis of Documents. Kaiserslautern, Germany, 2018-10-4/5.
Iwatsuki, Kenichi; Boudin, Florian; Aizawa, Akiko. Extraction and Evaluation of Formulaic Expressions Used in Scholarly Papers. arXiv, 2020, 2006.10334. [doi] [URI]
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. Extraction, Classification, and Retrieval of Formulaic Expressions in Scientific Papers. Tokyo, The University of Tokyo, 2021, 147p. Doctoral thesis. [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