Anh Kim Nguyen is a graduate student from the General Linguistics department and works as research assistant at the SLaM lab. They have a Bachelor’s degree in Modern Japanology and Linguistics from HHU. The topic of their Bachelor’s thesis was Linguistic Instrumentalism of the English language in Japan.
Anh Kim has worked on Dr Kata Balogh’s research on the scope of Japanese focus particles and was in charge of the language data annotation.
Since becoming a graduate student, Anh Kim has been exploring more quantitative research methods and is currently learning to use python and its various libraries and tools.
Linguisitc topics of interest involve: Phonetics and phonology with special interest in Asian languages, sound symbolism, typology and formal semantics.