National Institute of Standards and Technology
Information Technology Laboratory
I am a post-doctoral researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, having received my Ph.D in linguistics in 2020 from Cornell University. My main research interests are minimally supervised, linguistically-motivated learning algorithms for syntax and semantics and computational models of semantics and pragmatics. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, reading, creative writing, drawing, and game design.
- APLN 505: Semantics and Pragmatics (Spring 2021; Montclair State University)
- COGST 1101: Introduction to Cognitive Science (Spring 2018; Cornell University) — with Professor Jennifer Schwade
- LING 1101: Introduction to Linguistics (Fall 2017; Cornell University) — with Professor Miloje Despic
- LING 4424: Computational Linguistics (Spring 2017; Cornell University) — with Professor John Hale
- LING 1100-103: Endangered Languages (Fall 2016; Cornell University)
I was on the editing team for Semantics and Linguistic Theory 26 and 27 and on the organizing committee for NELS 49. I have also served several volunteer positions for the Cornell Linguistics Circle, including president and web administrator, and served as the organizer for two reading groups: the semantics reading group and the computational linguistics reading group.