About

I’m a first-year PhD student in linguistics at Northwestern University. In the past, I received my BS in computer science and linguistics from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and I received my MS in computational linguistics from University of Washington. These days, I work with Masaya Yoshida on questions regarding formal syntax, sentence processing, psycholinguistics, Chinese, and Japanese. In addition, I am a TEFL-certified English teacher working with the English Language Programs at Northwestern.

Besides my work, I spend most of my time learning languages, reading, and curating and playing music. I love tracking my music listening (and sharing with others), so if you’re curious, you can have a look here. I also really enjoy pc games, hiking, and cooking.

Fall foliage in my hometown in New York