I am a first year PhD Student in the Computer Laboratory's Natural Language and Information Systems Processing Group, supervised by Anna Korhonen
My research applies results from psychology and cognitive linguistics to computational semantics. I am particularly interested in the differences between abstract and concrete concepts.
When I'm not doing that I play football and run. I'm also current Captain of the Cambridge University Stymies
My work is funded by a St John's College Benefactors' Scholarship
Hill, Felix. 2012. Beauty before age: Applying subjectivity to English adjective ordering. Proceedings of NAACL-HLT 2012 Student Research Workshop, Montreal, Canada.
Hill, F., Korhonen, A., & Bentz, C. (in press). A quantitative empirical analysis of the abstract/concrete distinction. Cognitive Science