Kenneth Hanson

About Me

I’m a PhD student in Stony Brook University Department of Linguistics (entered 2020). My research focuses on computational linguistics, syntax, and Japanese linguistics. My advisor is Thomas Graf.

I received a BA from Michigan State University in 2014, where I majored in linguistics and Japanese, with (a bit more than) a minor in computer science. After graduating, I worked for four years as an assistant English teacher in Japan through the JET Programme. I’ve also created some free Japanese language education materials.

Some other interests of mine include: music (piano, marimba, music theory), physics & astronomy, operating systems, typography, cognitive psychology, and European history.

Publications

Presentations

Conferences

Undergraduate Conferences

Teaching

Professional Employment

2014–2018 Assistant English Teacher JET Programme

University Teaching Assistantships

Stony Brook University

2021 LIN 101 Human Language Supervisor: Mark Aronoff
2020 LIN 120 Language & Technology Supervisor: Kalina Kostyszyn

Michigan State University

2012-2013 CSE 232 Introduction to Programming II Supervisor: Mark McCullen

Volunteer

2021 Assistant instructor for SYCCL (Summer Youth Camp for Computational Linguistics)

Departmental Service

Other Activities

Awards and Honors

Fellowships/Funding

Funded Awards

Other Awards

Contact

Email me at my first initial + last name + six seven nine at gmail dot com.


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