Olga Zamaraeva

Curriculum vitae

I am a computational linguistics PhD student at UW Linguistics

I am interested in how grammar engineering can help linguistic research
and how software engineering can help grammar engineering.

Some of my work is closely associated with one of Emily Bender's projects
called AGGREGATION. My dissertation work is on
constituent questions in the Grammar Matrix.

My Google Scholar profile

Please see my CV for contact info, publications, and posters

Here I sometimes say a few words about the next musical performance
that I plan on attending.

Also, check out this demo to see examples of syntactic and semantic
representations that an implemented grammar can give you.

I was born and grew up in a fantastic place called Akademgorodok near Novosibirsk, Russia. You can see a lot of forest if you zoom out. It is a town built specifically for a University and a number of research institutes. My parents both worked in such institutes, and so did parents of most of my friends, and maybe that's why I decided to become a researcher myself.

Akademgorodok in autumn © A. Bocharov

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