Department of Linguistics, Rutgers University
18 Seminary Pl, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1184, USA
I'm a second year PhD student at the Rutgers Department of Linguistics. My name is Huteng Dai (xu˨˩.tʰəŋ˧˥.tai˥˨; or Dai Huteng
My research interests center on phonology and its interfaces. I am also interested in computational linguistics, especially the works by Delaware school and the computational models in Optimality Theory and its variants. Laboratory phonology and phonetics provide a fine-grained and dynamic perspective for my research. My recent projects focus on the nature of phonological gradience, formal language theory, information theory, and machine learning.
I am a member of Rutgers Computational Linguistics Lab, and currently a student organizer of MathLing and Rutgers Phonology and Phonetics Research Group. In 2018, I founded the Beijing P-side Group (BJPS) [Chinese Portal].