About Remo Nitschke
Linguistics PhD student and Human Language Technology student.
I am working on ways to make neural machine translation technologies accessible to low-resource language communities. On the theoretical side, I currently work on the Syntax of German adjectives and on topics pertaining the evolution of language.
I'm an RA with the ToMCAT project.
Morphosyntax, Adjectives, Evolution of Language, Computational Linguistics, Parsers, NNs, NMT
Nitschke, Remo (2021). "Restoring the sister: Reconstructing a lexicon from sister languages using neural machine translation" In: Proceedings of the First Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Indigenous Languages of the Americas, pages 122–130, Online. Association for Computational Linguistics
Nitschke, Remo (2020) "Using Genetic Data to Make Linguistic Arguments: Are Clicks Evidence of Late Externalization?", University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics: Vol. 26 : Iss. 1 , Article 22.
"On the Extended Projection of German Adjectives", A0: The Adjective as a Lexical Category, Bled-Slovenia, 10/13/2018
"Using Genetic Evidence to Make Linguistic Arguments: pitfalls and opportunities", PLC 43, UPenn, Philadelphia, 03/24/2019
"Viel Geliebt: German participal adjectives and degree words", ALC 13, University of Arizona, Tucson, 10/25/2019
Mag. phil. (University of Graz)
Human Language Technology MS (University of Arizona)
LING 300 (Intro to Syntax), stand-alone
LING 150A, as sections instructor
LING/ENG 322, stand-alone
Ling 211, TA