Brian Roark's current and former students and post-docs, and course syllabi
Current PhD Student:
Former students, visitors and post-docs:
- Ebru Arisoy, visiting student, March-Dec. 2007. Went to IBM after PhD. Now Assistant Professor at MEF University, Istanbul.
- Russ Beckley, PhD student, 2010-2015. Now at Ernst & Young.
- Steven Bedrick, post-doc (jointly advised with Richard Sproat), Feb. 2011 - Feb. 2013. Now Assistant Professor at OHSU.
- Nathan Bodenstab, Ph.D. 2012. Now Research Scientist Manager at Nuance.
- Yongshun Chen, MS, 2011.
- Erinç Dikici, visiting student from Bogazici University, Oct.2012 - Jan.2013. Now Speech Scientist at SAIL LABS Technology, Vienna.
- Aaron Dunlop, Ph.D. 2014. Research Scientist at Intel, 2014-2016. Now Senior Research Scientist at Nuance.
- Seeger Fisher, PhD student, 2004-2011.
- Kristy Hollingshead, Ph.D. 2010. Post-doc at UMD, 2010-2012. At DoD, 2012-2014. Now Research Scientist at Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition (IHMC).
- Youngjun Kim, MS 2008. Became PhD student at University of Utah.
- Meg Mitchell, regular visiting student 2010-2012, while a Ph.D. student at University of Aberdeen. Post-doc at JHU CoE, 2012-13. Researcher at Microsoft Research, 2013-2016. Now Senior Research Scientist at Google.
- Christian Monson, post-doc, Dec. 2008 - Nov. 2010. Research Scientist at Nuance 2010-2013. Now Machine Learning Scientist at Amazon.
- Eric Morley, PhD 2016. Senior Data Scientist at RedOwl Analytics, 2015-2016. Now at Goldman Sachs.
- Emily T. Prud'hommeaux, Ph.D. 2012. Post-doc at University of Rochester, 2013-14. Now Assistant Professor at Rochester Institute of Technology.
- Mahsa Yarmohammadi, Ph.D. 2016 (successfully defended, May 2016). Now Software Architect at Intel.
- CSE 506/606 Topics in Information Retrieval (with Steven Bedrick and Emily Prud'hommeaux), Fall, 2012
- CSE 506/606 Topics in Natural Language Processing (with Emily Prud'hommeaux), Spring, 2012
- CSE 555/655 Biological and Linguistic Sequence Analysis, Winter, 2011
- CSE 506/606 Seminar on Speech and Language Processing for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (with Richard Sproat), Spring, 2010
- CSE 562/662 Natural Language Processing, Winter, 2010
- CSE 554/654 Text-Based Language Processing Systems, Winter, 2009
- CSE 506/606 CSL - Computational Approaches to Speech and Language Disorders
Spoken language analysis lectures, Summer, 2006
- Intensive, 3-week version of Biological and Linguistic Sequence Analysis, taught at La Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad de la República, Montevideo, Uruguay, December, 2008.