My research aims to answer questions about linguistic structure with computational methods. Those questions often come from the domains of morphology and typology. In my first qualifying paper I worked on modeling typological features with machine learning methods. I am also interested in computational semantics, especially distributional semantics.
Papers and Presentations
Learning embeddings for ontology elements with neural networks for Martha Palmer.
Working on automatic extractions of numeral constructions for a typological database in the “Language & Number” project. Supervised by Lisa Bylinina.
- LING 1020: Languages of the World [Fall 2018, Fall 2019]
- LING/CLAS 1010: The Study of Words [Spring 2018]
- LING 1000: Language in US Society [Fall 2017]