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Dr. Fatemeh Torabi Asr

https://ftasr.github.io/

Fatemeh received her Master's degree in software engineering from Shiraz University (Iran) and her PhD in computer science with an interdisciplinary thesis on discourse and information theory from Saarland University (Germany). She's interested in computational and psycholinguistics and has just completed a postdoc in the psychology department at Indiana University. Her new research at SFU will be focused on deception detection and fake news.

Dr. Claire Moore-Cantwell

http://www.clairemoorecantwell.org/
Office: RCB 9214
Phonological Processing Lab: RCB 7204

Claire is a phonologist with expertise in morphological and lexical variation, exceptions, computational modeling and both behavioural and neurological research methods. Her dissertation (UMass, 2016) manages to be about all of these things simultaneously, and also English stress. Before coming to SFU she held a postdoctoral fellowship at University of Connecticut, and she is now working in the Phonological Processing Lab on our child L2 SSHRC project -- as well as all her other projects.

Drop-in advising hours in RCB 9200:

  • Tuesday
    2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Wednesday:
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm
    2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Friday:
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • By appointment: lingadv@sfu.ca
ADVISOR WILL BE AWAY ON: AUG. 19-27 inclusive
For more information, please see our undergraduate advising page.
 

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