Hannah YoungEun An

URCS graduate student

About Me

I’m a first-year PhD student at the University of Rochester in Computer Science. My research is in Natural Language Understanding and/or Computatinal Linguistics, with a focus on building ontologies and studying syntactic/semantic phenomena in natural language.

I work with James Allen. I am also involved in FACTS.lab’s MegaAttitude Project.

Papers

2020

Allen, James; An, Hannah Y.; Bose, Rikwik; de Beaumont, Will; and Teng, Choh Man. (2020). A Broad-Coverage Deep Semantic Lexicon for Verbs. To appear in Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation, LREC 2020.

An, Hannah Y. and White, Aaron S. (2020). The lexical and grammatical sources of neg-raising inferences. Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics: Vol. 3 , Article 23.

Teaching

Teaching Assistant

Spring 2020

CSC 247/447: Natural Language Processing

Teaching Assistant

Fall 2018

LIN 110: Intro to Linguistic Analysis

Education

University of Rochester

PhD Computer Science

2019 - current

Area of specialization: Artificial Intelligence

University of Rochester

MS Computational Linguistics

2017 - 2019

Final project ‘Neg-raising inference and its syntactic contexts’ supervised by Aaron Steven White

University of Washington

BA Linguistics

2012 - 2017

Honors thesis ‘Characteristic determiners vs. adjectives in Korean’ supervised by Toshiyuki Ogihara

University of Washington

BS Applied and Computational Mathematical Sciences

2012 - 2017

Specialization in Scientific Computing and Numerical Algorithms