Roger P. Levy

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Names

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Roger P. Levy (Preferred)
,
Roger Levy
,
Roger Philip Levy

Emails

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****@mit.edu
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****@ucsd.edu

Education & Career History

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Full Professor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit.edu)
2021Present
 
Associate Professor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (mit.edu)
20162021
 
Associate Professor
University of California, San Diego (ucsd.edu)
20122016
 
Assistant Professor
University of California, San Diego (ucsd.edu)
20062012
 
Postdoc
University of Edinburgh (ed.ac.uk)
20052006
 
PhD student
Stanford University (stanford.edu)
19982005
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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PhD Advisee
Thomas Clark
****@mit.edu
20222026
 
PhD Advisee
Tiwalayo Eisape
****@mit.edu
20202024
 
PhD Advisee
Carina Kauf
****@mit.edu
20202024
 
Postdoc Advisee
Canaan Breiss
****@gmail.com
20222023
 
Postdoc Advisee
Suman Maity
****@gmail.com
20212023
 
PhD Advisee
Jennifer Hu
****@mit.edu
20192023
 
PhD Advisee
Jon Gauthier
****@gauthiers.net
20182023
 
Postdoc Advisee
Stephan Meylan
****@gmail.com
20192022
 
PhD Advisee
Peng Qian
****@mit.edu
20182022
 
PhD Advisee
Matthias Hofer
****@mit.edu
20172022
 
Postdoc Advisee
Yevgeni Berzak
****@gmail.com
20182021
 
Postdoc Advisee
Michael Henry Tessler
****@gmail.com
20182021
 
Postdoc Advisee
Helena Aparicio
****@gmail.com
20172020
 
PhD Advisee
Till Poppels
****@googlemail.com
20142020
 
PhD Advisee
Meilin Zhan
****@gmail.com
20142020
 
PhD Advisee
Richard Futrell
****@uci.edu
20162018
 
Postdoc Advisee
Eva Wittenberg
****@ucsd.edu
20152016
 
Postdoc Advisee
Titus von der Malsburg
****@posteo.de
20142016
 
PhD Advisee
Emily Morgan
****@ucdavis.edu
20102016
 
Postdoc Advisee
Victoria Fossum
****@gmail.com
20122014
 
PhD Advisee
Gabriel Doyle
****@sdsu.edu
20082014
 
PhD Advisee
Nathaniel Smith
****@vorpus.org
20072013
 
PhD Advisee
Bozena Pajak
****@duolingo.com
20092012
 
PhD Advisee
Klinton Bicknell
****@duolingo.com
20072011
 
Postdoc Advisor
Mark Steedman
****@inf.ed.ac.uk
20052006
 
PhD Advisor
Christopher Manning
****@cs.stanford.edu
20022005
 

Expertise

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Computational Psycholinguistics
Present
 
Cognitive Science
Present
 
Natural Language Processing
Present
 
Bayesian modeling
Present
 
Mixed-effects models
Present
 
Hierarchical data analysis
Present
 
Semantics
Present
 
Syntax
Present
 
Pragmatics
Present
 
Corpus Analysis
Present
 
Human language processing
Present
 
Computational Linguistics
Present