I'm a computational linguist interested in natural language processing, social meaning, sociophonetics and interactional variation, Chinese and Japanese linguistics, gesture and embodiment, and applications of linguistic research to social good.
I'm currently a postdoc in the Computer Science Department at Stanford, and member of the Natural Language Processing Group and the Interactional Sociophonetics Lab. My primary advisor is Dan Jurafsky, with whom I recently completed a PhD in the Linguistics Department.
I will be starting as an Assistant Professor at Northwestern Linguistics in March 2020. I'm glad to chat with students who might be interested in working with me; please feel free to shoot me an e-mail!
Thanks for stopping by, and I hope to see you around!
|2014-present||PhD, Linguistics||Stanford University|
|2011-2013||MA, East Asian Studies||Stanford University|
|2010-2011||Fulbright Scholar||National Taiwan Normal University|
|2008-2009||Certificate, China Studies||The Hopkins-Nanjing Center|
|2004-2008||BA, Chinese||Vassar College|