I am a PhD Student in Linguistics, with a background in science and degrees in Phonetics and Computer Science. My present research could be described as "resource-light extraction of linguistic knowledge", from a variety of sources. I work mostly with speech or with discretized representations of spoken language (sometimes unusual ones).
Other interests include string algorithms, computational phonology, artificial intelligence, machine learning, functional programming, dialectology, and music.
I am also engaged as a data archaeologist, programmer, and technical coordinator in the current project "Digital Multimedia Archive of Austroasiatic Intangible Heritage (Dig-AAA)", which aims at resurrecting legacy data from the Austroasiatic language family and redress it in modern formats and environments.