I am an Associate Professor in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Delhi, India.
My broad areas of research are human sentence processing, natural language modeling,
and dependency grammars. These topics lie at the intersection of computational/theoretical linguistics and psychology.
My research group investigates sentence comprehension and production (with a special focus on South-Asian languages). Towards this end, we investigate the influence of factors such as working-memory limitation,
To know more about my research group see here. To know more about my group's recent research work see here.
grammar and parsing strategy on processing. My research group examines these topics using behavioral, corpus-based as well as computational methods.
- Feb 2024: I gave a talk at the Saarland University (Information Density and Linguistic Encoding colloquium) and at the Institute of Linguistics, Stuttgart University. Talk title: Limits to prediction during sentence comprehension
in SOV languages. (Abstract)
Last updated: 19 March, 2024