- Research Lead, USC Information Sciences Institute
- Research Assistant Professor, USC CS
- Areas: AI, Commonsense Reasoning, Knowledge Graphs, Information Extraction
- PhD, Vrije University Amsterdam (2015-2019)
- Research Visitor, Carnegie Mellon University (2017)
- MS, Vrije University Amsterdam (2013-2015)
- BS, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University Skopje (2009-2013)
- Email: email@example.com
I like collaborating with strong students with passion for AI research and learning about state-of-the-art technologies like language models and neuro-symbolic systems. Also, I am accepting applications for PhD students for Fall 2023. If interested, send me an email.
Knowledge Graph Technology for Information Analytics (Swiss Cybersecurity department). Grant. F. Ilievski, P. Szekely. $112,817. 07/2022.
Robust and Explainable AI Agents with Common Sense (NSF CRII). Grant. F. Ilievski. $175,000. 05/2022.
MoSAiC: Multi-modal architecture for holistic Situational Awareness in Contextual IoT (Bosch Research). Gift. F. Ilievski, $50,000, 12/2021.
- Our team has a lab session on the Knowledge Graph Toolkit (KGTK) and a tutorial on generalizable commonsense reasoning accepted for presentation at AAAI 2023!
- The KGTK team has five papers accepted at the Wikidata-22 workshop.
- Presenting a session on Common Sense and Explainability at the US2TS symposium on September 30th
- Attending the Dagstuhl Seminar on Knowledge Graphs and their Role in the Knowledge Engineering of the 21st Century on September 11-14th
- Teaching DSCI-558: Building Knowledge Graphs with Jay Pujara
- Visiting my collaborator Riccardo Tommasini at the University of Lyon in the week of July 18th
- Attending IJCAI-22 in Vienna to present our main conference paper Augmenting Knowledge Graphs for Better Link Prediction and our Qualitative Reasoning workshop paper Understanding Narratives through Dimensions of Analogy
- Preprint of our ICLR-22 paper Contextualized Scene Imagination for Generative Commonsense Reasoning led by Peifeng
- Invited talk on Commonsense Knowledge and Reasoning at the KGC workshop on Reasoning with Imperfect Knowledge
- Tutorials on our Knowledge Graph ToolKit (KGTK) at The ACM Web Conference 2022 and the Knowledge Graph Conference 2022