I am a PhD student in the Media, Technology, and Society program, an interdisciplinary program within Northwestern’s School of Communications. I was formerly a PhD student in the Linguistics Department.
**This space will not be regularly updated.**
Rather, I have migrated to adamgoodkind.com, where I will post updates. In general I am interested in linguistic markers of collaboration and convergence, how we can visualize this, and finally how we can use these to improve communication. I apply information theory, HCI and machine learning to understanding the language production process.
- September 2019 – Transferred to the PhD program in Media, Technology, and Society.
- March 2019 – Accepted into the Interdisciplinary Writing Group at Northwestern
- August 2018 – Received an Honorable Mention for our DevSci Cluster Fellowship proposal
- 1/11/18 Our CUNY abstract about using high- and low-level statistics in processing was accepted
- 1/7/18 I presented at CMCL 2018, where Klinton Bicknell and I received the Best Paper Award for our paper on surprisal and language models (slides)
- 1/6/18 At SCiL 2018, I presented our paper on using word vectors to identify autism (slides)