My PGP key.
- I'll be teaching a course at the Linguistic Summer Institute on "Language Variation through the Lens of Web Data"
- Sravana Reddy and James Stanford (2015). A Web Application for Automated Dialect Analysis. To appear in Proceedings of NAACL (demos).
- Sravana Reddy and James Stanford (2014). Is the Future Almost
Here? Large-Scale Completely Automated Vowel Extraction of Free
Speech. In New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV).
- Sravana Reddy and Kevin Knight
Decoding Running Key Ciphers.
In Proceedings of ACL.
- Sonjia Waxmonsky
and Sravana Reddy
G2P Conversion of Proper Names Using Word Origin Information.
In Proceedings of NAACL.
Sravana Reddy and Evandro Gouvêa (2011). Learning from Mistakes: Expanding Pronunciation Lexicons Using Word Recognition Errors. In Proceedings of Interspeech.
Sravana Reddy and Kevin Knight (2011). Unsupervised Discovery of Rhyme Schemes. In Proceedings of ACL.
Sravana Reddy and Kevin Knight (2011). What We Know About The Voynich Manuscript. In Proceedings of the ACL Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities.
Sravana Reddy and John Goldsmith. (2010). An MDL-based Approach to Extracting Subword Units for Grapheme-to-Phoneme Conversion. In Proceedings of NAACL.
Sravana Reddy and Sonjia Waxmonsky (2009). Substring-based Transliteration with Conditional Random Fields. In Proceedings of the ACL Named Entities Workshop (Shared Task).
Sravana Reddy (2009). Understanding Eggcorns. In Proceedings of the NAACL Workshop on Computational Approaches to Linguistic Creativity.
- Sravana Reddy, James Stanford, and Joy Zhong (2014). A Twitter-Based Study of Newly Formed Clippings in American English. In the Annual Meeting of the American Dialect Society (ADS).
Learning Pronunciations from Unlabeled Evidence. Doctoral Dissertation, The University of Chicago, 2012.
Part of Speech Induction Using Non-Negative Matrix Factorization. Masters' Thesis, The University of Chicago, 2009.
- Researchers Are Totes Studying How Ppl Shorten Words On Twitter (NPR's all tech considered, Jan 17 2014)
- 7 Codes You'll Never Ever Break (Wired, Dec 21 2012)
Undergraduate Students Advised
- James Brofos and Steven Nugent (Presidential Scholarship)
- Irene Feng
- Ian Stewart (Senior Honors Thesis)
- Alexander Welton (Senior Honors Thesis)
- Crystal Ye (Neukom Scholarship)
- Sarah Young (Presidential Scholarship)
- Joy Zhong (Neukom Scholarship)
- Computational Linguistics (Winter 2013, Fall 2013, Fall 2014)
Lab Instructor (UChicago)
- Fundamentals of Programming (Fall 2011)
- Intro to Computer Science
(Fall 2009, Fall 2010)
- Intro to Programming for the World Wide Web (Spring 2010)
- Distributed Objects (Spring 2009)
Teaching Assistant (UChicago)
- AI: Computational Linguistics, Artifical Intelligence, Computational Biology
- Programming: Intro to Computer Science, Fundamentals of Programming, Intro to WWW Programming
- Other: Foundations of Software
Education & Experience
- PhD in Computer Science, University of Chicago. 2012
- M.S. in Computer Science, University of Chicago. 2009
- B.S in Computer Science, Math, and Creative Writing,
University (under the Wien Scholarship). 2006