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This is the website of Tom S Juzek. This is me.

I am a computational linguist with an interest in the nature of morpho-syntactic knowledge, how it interacts with other linguistic layers like semantics, and how this can be modelled. To find out more about my research, incl. links to papers, see my CV: [link].

Currently, I am a PostDoc position in the SFB 1102 at Saarland University, working with Prof Elke Teich. We work on information density in diachronic language data [link] and on how to model human translations [link].

Before that, I was a language engineer at Nuance Communications.
In early 2016, I finished my DPhil/PhD at the University of Oxford, with a focus on experimental syntax and computational linguistics. My supervisors were Prof Mary Dalrymple (Oxford) and Dr Greg Kochanski (Google). The title of my thesis is Acceptability Judgement Tasks and Grammatical Theory". You can find it here: [link].

For further details, incl. contact details, work experience, skills, and publications, see my CV: [link]. A shorter, industry-like CV can be found here: [link].

By popular demand: Here are the links to the paper on the TOST [link] and to the TOST calculator [link].

last updated: 30 Jan 2020