Hello! I am a third-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 advisors are Jianjing Kuang and Mark Liberman. I am primarily affiliated with the Penn Phonetics Laboratory and a member of the Language Variation and Cognition Lab. Additionally, I am a MindCORE Graduate Student affiliate.
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 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