The Computational Linguistics and Speech Processing (CLaSP) Lab discussant series brings faculty and students together to talk about ongoing research.
The Linguistic and Assistive Technologies Lab (LATLab) conducts research in computational linguistics and human-computer interaction, with a primary focus on accessibility applications and assistive technology for people with disabilities.
Dr. Matt Huenerfauth is the 2018 recipient of The Trustees Scholarship Award!
Zhong Chen is a computational psycholinguist interested in how readers and listeners understand sentences instantly and effortlessly. Using both behavior studies and computational modeling methods, he explores parsing and memory retrieval processes people employ in communication. His research focuses on cross-linguistically applicable principles in this cognitive process. He has also worked on language acquisition in different populations, including children, deaf, and second language learners.
In regular Language Science Research Mixers, faculty and postdoctoral scientists connect to discuss ongoing research projects. Pictured: Hiroko Yamashita.