Hello! I am a second-year PhD student in Linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania. My main research interests are in phonetics and phonology. I am particularly interested in articulatory and acoustic aspects of performative speech (such as singing), and their mapping to listeners' perception. My primary and secondary advisors are Jianjing Kuang and Mark Liberman respectively. I am primarily affiliated with the Penn Phonetics Laboratory. I am also affiliated with the Language Variation and Cognition Lab.
Before coming to Penn, I completed my B.A. at the University of Hong Kong, double majoring in Linguistics and Music, with a minor in German. At HKU, I was affiliated with the the Language Development Laboratory.
Advisors: Dr. Jianjing Kuang, Dr. Mark Liberman
General Linguistics (major), Music (major), German (minor)
Graduation GPA: 4.06/4.3 (First Class Honours)
Fellow of Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program
LING001 - Introduction to Linguistics
Instructor: Dr. Helen Jeoung
LING125 - The Phonetics of Singing and Music
Instructor: Dr. Jianjing Kuang
Department of Linguistics
PI: Dr. Jonathan Havenhill
School of Modern Languages and Cultures
PI: Dr. Li Chong
Division of Speech and Hearing Science
PI: Dr. Puisan Wong