I am a computational psycholinguist and postdoctoral researcher at the Language and Cognition Lab, Stanford University with Dr. Michael C. Frank. I am working on reverse engineering word learning in diverse languages, focusing on its learning factors and mechanisms. I am interested in new technologies and methods to study language processing and the use of language across contexts.
I completed my PhD in Cognitive Science at the Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique, Ecole Normale Supérieure under the supervision of Dr. Alex Cristia. My doctoral research addresses issues of cross-linguistic and cross-cultural diversity and learnability in language acquisition.
My research is at the crossroads of cognitive science, drawing mostly from linguistics and computer science, but also from anthropology and psychology. I follow an interdisciplinary approach, implementing computational modeling, corpus analyses and experimental methods. I am an advocate of open science and science communication.