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Gus Hahn-Powell

About Gus Hahn-Powell

I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Linguistics.  I also hold appointments in the Cognitive Science GIDP and the Computational Social Science Graduate Certificate Program.  My research centers around machine reading for scientific discovery.  In other words, I build and design intelligent systems to help researchers surmount the problem of information overload by scouring the vast body of scientific literature, analyzing findings, and synthesizing discoveries to generate novel hypotheses.  Please see my website for details on my research and teaching.

Research Interests

machine reading, information assembly, knowledge discovery, rule learning, grammar induction, lexical semantics (especially distributional models), Japanese

Selected Publications

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Contact Information

Gus Hahn-Powell
Assistant Professor
Office: Douglass 228
Office Hours: https://calendar.parsertongue.com


  • PhD in Computational Linguistics (University of Arizona, 2018)
  • MS in Human Language Technology (University of Arizona, 2014)
  • MA in Applied Linguistics (University of Alabama, 2010)
  • BA in Japanese (University of Alabama, 2008)

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