I am a professor of Computer Science at the University of Haifa, Israel. My main areas of interest are computational linguistics and natural language processing. I have worked on linguistic formalisms, formal grammar, computational morphology and syntax, processing of Hebrew, machine translation and computational approaches to language acquisition. In recent years my research has focused on translationese and other forms of crosslingual language production (non-native language, learners' productions, etc.)
I head the Computational Linguistics Group at the University of Haifa. The website provides information on research projects I am involved in, current and past research students and a list of publications of the Group. There's also my more-or-less complete list of publications (including links to most of them) and my CV.
See my book on Unification Grammars (Cambridge University Press).