Hi! I am Dingyi Pan. I usually go by Penny and publish under my Chinese name.
I am an incoming Ph.D. student in linguistics at UC San Diego. My research focuses on psycholinguistcs and pragmatics. I use both computational modeling and psycholinguistic experiments to probe how people comprehend and produce sentences as well as how they make inferences in a given context.
Prior to my study at UCSD, I completed my B.A. in Cognitive Science with a correlate (minor) in Computer Science at Vassar College, where I was advised by Janet Andrews. Then, I travelled across the country to the west coast and completed my M.S. in Symbolic Systems at Stanford University. During my time at Stanford, I was affiliated with the ALPS lab and advised by Judith Degen.