I am a third-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin.
Most of my research focuses on techniques for effectively using low-resource languages in Computational Linguistics, with particular interests in parsing morphologically-rich languages and unsupervised or semi-supervised methods.
I was previously part of the UW-Madison Laryngeal Physiology Laboratory, where I focused on the quantification and analysis of dysphagia.
Real-World Semi-Supervised Learning of POS-Taggers for Low-Resource Languages
Proceedings of ACL 2013
ANN Classiﬁcation of Pharyngeal High-Resolution Manometry with Impedance Data
Hoffman MR, Mielens JD, Omari T, Rommel N, Jiang JJ
Application of Classification Models to Pharyngeal High-Resolution Manometry
Mielens JD, Hoffman MR, Ciucci MR, Mcculloch TM, Jiang JJ
Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research. 2012.
High-Resolution Manometry of Pharyngeal Swallow Pressure Events Associated with Effortful Swallow and the Mendelsohn Maneuver
Hoffman MR, Mielens JD, Ciucci MR, Jones CA, Jiang JJ, Mcculloch TM
Automated Analysis of Pharyngeal Pressure data Obtained with High-Resolution Manometry
Mielens JD, Hoffman MR, Ciucci MR, Jiang JJ, Mcculloch TM
Pharyngeal swallow adaptations to Bolus Volume Measured with High-Resolution Manometry
Hoffman MR, Ciucci MR, Mielens JD, Jiang JJ, Mcculloch TM
UT-Austin Computational Linguistics Lab
UW-Madison Laryngeal Physiology Laboratory