I am a member of the Computational Language Understanding Lab (CLULAB) at the University of Arizona.
Frequent Collaborators (Alphabetical)
Niranjan Balasubramanian (Stony Brook)
Jane Carrington (College of Nursing)
Peter Clark (Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence)
Clay Morrison (School of Information)
Mihai Surdeanu (Department of Computer Science)
Student Research Assistants/Theses/Independent Studies
Iris Lin (RA, Linguistics)
A Note to Prospective students: There are often places in the lab available for theses, independent studies, or directed research for strong students interested in natural language processing, inference, explanation, and/or semantic knowledge representation, and who are able to devote at least 10 hours a week. Students can come from a variety of different backgrounds (e.g., computer science, linguistics, cognition), with projects tailored to your skills and interests. Please get in touch if you’d like to learn more.
Elizabeth Wainwright (Internship/RA, Linguistics)
Steven Marmorstein (Independent Study/RA, Computer Science)
Samuel Johnston (PhD student RA, Linguistics)
Paul Heiss (Independent Study, Computer Science)
Kate Jahaske (Independent Study, Linguistics/Computer Science)
Ali Stockdell (Independent Study, Linguistics)