I'm a cognitive scientist with a wide range of interests, currently focusing my work on computational linguistics.
I'm currently a PhD student at the Interdisciplinary Graduate School, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), in Singapore. Before that, I was a research associate in the Computational Linguistics Lab, Division of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies, also at NTU. I'm a member of DELPH-IN, sharing the communal commitment of open source development of develop natural language processing tools for deep linguistic processing of natural languages, and of the Global Wordnet Association.
I have a broad range of research interests, ranging from Natural Language Parsing and Generation, Computational Lexicography, Computer Assisted Language Learning, Memory and Neural basis of Learning, as well as general Mandarin Chinese and Japanese Linguistics.
The main focus of my research is to model diverse aspects of linguistic knowledge in ways it can be applied to many different tasks (Machine Translation, Word Sense Disambiguation, Computer Assisted Language Learning, etc). I work mainly with English, Mandarin Chinese and Japanese languages, but I've also worked with other languages such as Portuguese, Indonesian and Abui.
For a better understanding of my current and previous work, you can find more detailed information in the list of projects I have been involved with (above).