I am a 4th year PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at Columbia University. I am part of the Spoken Language Processing Group, directed by Dr. Julia Hirschberg. My current research involves identifying spoken cues to deception, and examining cultural and gender differences in the way that people communicate and perceive lies. I am currently funded through an NSF-GRFP fellowship and I am an IGERT fellow.
This semester I am co-teaching a course at Columbia with Dr. Michelle Levine: Computational Models of Speech and Language.