I am a graduate student in the Linguistics Department at the University of Kansas.
My major research focus is phonetics (the study of the sounds of human speech). I have done work on tone quantification, speech perception, L2 speech adaptation, using a variety of research methods, including traditional behavioral tests, electroencephalography (EEG), eye-tracking, etc.
My other research interests include sound change in real time, historical Chinese phonology, psycholinguistics, cognitive science, poetry translation, and quantitative methods in general.
Here is my complete CV.