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2010-10-04 We are revamping this page to include photos and short bios. Please add yourself (or update your entry) in the appropriate category below (alphabetical by last name within categories). We encourage you to choose and upload a picture, and to provide a short bio with your research interests. Alumni are encouraged to include thesis titles, links to theses, and information about current activities!
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  1. Enter the name of the attachment you created in the Image URL box, and select it in the drop-down photo list. Click Insert.

Faculty and Staff

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Emily M. Bender, Faculty Director, CLMA and Lab Director, Computational Linguistics Laboratory.

My primary interests are in multilingual grammar engineering and cyberinfrastructure for linguistics. I am the PI of the Grammar Matrix project. I also maintain the Cyberling Blog.

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Emily M. Bender, Faculty Director, CLMS and Lab Director, Computational Linguistics Laboratory.

My primary interests are in multilingual grammar engineering and cyberinfrastructure for linguistics. I am the PI of the Grammar Matrix project. I also maintain the Cyberling Blog.

Fei Xia, Professor
 
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Brandon Graves, System Administrator.

I keep the CLMA computing cluster running. I also maintain Knoppix+LKB, a bootable CD and VirtualBox appliance with the LKB suite of grammar development tools.

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Gina-Anne Levow, Assistant Professor.

My research focuses on discourse and dialogue, emphasizing the role of prosody in spoken language understanding. I am a PI on the highly interdisciplinary Rapport project.

   
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Gina-Anne Levow, Associate Professor.

My research focuses on discourse and dialogue, emphasizing the role of prosody in spoken language understanding. I am a PI on the highly interdisciplinary Rapport project.

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Ryan Georgi, Acting Assistant Professor.

My research focuses on resource-poor languages, tool+interface creation for assisting language researchers and annotators, and more recently an exploration of ethics and science communication.

 

Students

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Rob Komjathy, CLMA

I got my bachelor's in Marketing from Western Michigan University and worked for a few years before deciding it was time for a career change. I've studied German for a fairly long time, and have also spent some time with Dutch, Italian, Lithuanian and Latin. I'm going with the "open mind" approach to this whole program, I don't know exactly what interests me the most, but I'm sure it'll become clearer as time goes on. My interests sway like a pendulum sometimes, but the things I enjoy most are reading, video games, playing guitar, and dancing Lindy Hop.

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Ebrain Mirambeau, CLMA student

I'm primarily interested in knowledge representation in the Biomedical Informatics realm and my thesis focuses on this. I also have a penchant for Mathematical Linguistics.

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  • David Goss-Grubbs, graduate student
  • Joshua Hou, graduate student
  • Dan Jinguji, graduate student
 
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