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 involve computational models of linguistic structures, especially minimally supervised, linguistically-motivated models of syntactic, semantics, and pragmatics. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, reading, creative writing, drawing, game design, and playing with my cat, Freya.
- 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've served 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 organization for the semantics reading group and the computational linguistics reading group.