Julie Van Dyke


I am a research programmer in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. I work on the the NL-soar project and also on the ACT-R algebra tutoring project. My own research is in the area of second language acquisition, and my M.Sc. thesis in Computational Linguistics was entitled "A process model of learning definiteness in ESL."

Before coming to CMU, I spent two years teaching English in Poland at the English Institute of the University of Lodz.

Before that, I was an undergraduate at the University of Delaware . I also worked in the natural language lab at the A.I. Dupont Institute's laboratory for Applied Science and Engineering .

For more a more detailed look at my work, peek at my online CV .


My interests

Linguistics

Learning

Jewish Education & Resources

Geneology

Cooking

Miscellaneous


Maintainer: vandyke@cs.cmu.edu (Last updated 10 May 1996 by vandyke)