Computational Linguistics at Yale

This is the website for the Computational Linguistics at Yale (CLAY) Lab. CLAY is an interdisciplinary research group of faculty, post-docs, and students interested in theoretical and applied questions related to computational approaches to language learning and the processing and representation of linguistic structure. We meet every week during the academic year, both to discuss current work by lab members and to read recent research papers.

For information about joining the CLAY lab, contact Bob Frank.

The CLAY lab is looking to hire a post-doctoral fellow to do exciting interdisciplinary work at the border of theoretical syntax and neural network models of language learning. If this sounds interesting to you, have a look here.