Gustave Hahn-Powell

About Gustave Hahn-Powell

I'm a PhD candidate focusing on computational linguistics.  I work in the CLU Lab as a research associate funded under DARPA's Big Mechanism project and the Bill and Melinda Gates HBGDki Initiative.  Previously I served as the lab manager for APIL.

 

You can find a list of my publications on my Google Scholar profile: https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=en&imq=Gus+Hahn-Powell&imstart=1...

Research Interests

(rule-based) information extraction, information assembly, knowledge discovery, rule learning, grammar induction, lexical semantics (especially distributional models), scrambling, Japanese

Selected Publications

 
 
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Contact Information

Gustave Hahn-Powell
research associate in the CLU Lab (NLP)
Office: Gould-Simpson 847 (CLU Lab) & Douglass 301 (Comp Ling Lab)

Degree(s)

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

Courses Taught

University of Arizona
Department of Linguistics
  • LING 322 - Structure and Meaning of Words (Summer 2013 [web-delivered])
 
University of Arizona
Center for English as a Second Language
  • Conversation (Evening Program, Fall I 2013)
  • Oral Conversation (level 40; Summer 2013)
  • Writing/Grammar(Teen English Program, Summer 2013)
  • Reading(level 30; Spring 2013)
  • Business English (Continental Automotive Systems in Nogales, SO; Spring 2013)
 
University of Alabama
Department of Modern Languages & Classics
  • Japanese 101: Elementary Japanese I (multiple sections in Fall 2009; one section in Spring 2009)            
  • Japanese 102: Elementary Japanese II (multiple sections in Spring 2009)
 
University of Alabama
English Department
  • English 121: Advanced Academic Writing for Non-Native Speakers (Fall 2009) 
  • English 120: Beginning Academic Writing for Non-Native Speakers (Fall 2008 & Spring 2009)