Eleanor Lin

Eleanor M. Lin

Email: elealin@umich.edu

I am an incoming Computer Science and Engineering PhD student at the University of Michigan, starting in August 2024. I obtained my B.A. at Columbia University, double-majoring in linguistics and computer science. I am primarily interested in natural language processing. At Columbia’s Speech Lab, I researched code-switching under the mentorship of Professor Julia Hirschberg. Recently, I researched the use of large language models for the study of negotiation at the University of Southern California’s Affective Computing Lab, where I was advised by Professor Jonathan Gratch. Previously, working with Professor Vicente Ordóñez Román in the Vision, Language, and Learning Lab at Rice University, I investigated the relationship between images’ visual complexity and image descriptions’ linguistic complexity. Working with Dr. Kate Moore in the Corter Lab at Columbia’s Teachers College, I have also researched communication patterns in collaborative learning. You can find my curriculum vitae here.


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