Cristina Aggazzotti

Research Associate 

Cristina Aggazzotti is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Human Language Technology Center of Excellence, where she works on authorship attribution, or determining who wrote something based on patterns in their language use. Before coming to JHU, she completed a postdoc in Linguistics at the University of Quebec in Montreal, advised by Elizabeth Allyn Smith. She has a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Harvard University, where she worked on synchronous tree-adjoining grammar and was advised by Stuart Shieber. She also has a MSc in Cognitive and Decision Sciences from University College London and B.A.s in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Linguistics from the University of Southern California.

Human Language Technology Center of Excellence