Welcome! My name is Chloe, and I'm a 5th-year PhD student in linguistics at Cornell.
My research interests lie in phonetics, phonology, and their interface. I'm also interested in exploring diverse research methodologies and computational modeling of linguistic data. For my dissertation, I'm examining the phonetic patterns of Korean stops in compounds to shed light on the nature of phonemic contrasts in less robust contexts and the underlying mechanisms involved in the production and perception.
Outside of work, I love to visit breweries and wineries, play golf, and spend time cuddling with my precious cat, Nuri.
Check out my CV if you want to learn more about me!