Jason Riggle, Lab Director
Jason facilitates the lab primarily through Bob, the Intern (see below).
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Jason Riggle
Max Bane
Max Bane is a linguistics graduate student. He develops research software and tools for the PyPhon project, creates database structure for the CoStress project, and maintains various lab resources.
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Max Bane
Sam Bowman
Sam is a fourth-year BA/MA student in Linguistics. He's interested in emergent complexity in language, with a particular interest in the moment in the implementation of OT in phonology. What else makes him happy? Answers include machine learning (and its applications to tasks like automatic speech recognition and translation), East Asian languages, cities, and the so-called food movement.
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Sam Bowman
Katie Henry
Katie is a second year undergraduate at the University of Chicago. She is a linguistics and computer science major and is interested in exploring different ways of combining the two fields. She is currently involved in the ASLR and CoStress projects.
Katie Henry
Jonathan Keane
Jon is interested in computational approaches to linguistics. He is working as part of Chicago's automatic ASL recognition project, specifically how the phonetics of fingerspelling informs recognition. He also has interests in morphology syntax, and their interface.
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Jon Keane
Susan Rizzo
Susan is a fourth-year graduate student who primarily studies American Sign Language and phonology. She is currently contributing to the lab's American Sign Language Recognition project.
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Susan Rizzo
Morgan Sonderegger
Morgan Sonderegger is a graduate student in Computer Science. He is interested in mathematical and computational approaches to studying language, and outside CLML projects works on variation and change, phonetics, and phonology.
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Morgan Sonderegger