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I am a graduate student at MIT EECS and a member of CSAIL, CBMM and InfoLab.

My research lies on the intersection of Natural Language Processing and Cognitive Science. My main research topics are language learning and multilingualism, which I study both in production (using corpora) and comprehension (using eyetracking). Other related interests include linguistic typology, treebanking, and grounded language aquisition.

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Interested in Second Language Acquisition and Syntax? Check out the Treebank of Learner English (TLE) - over 5,000 ESL sentences manually annotated with syntactic trees.

Fall 2017: join our discussion group on language and computation!