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Name Email address Areas of Interest
Dr Evelina Galaczi galaczi.e@cambridgeenglish.org Assessment of speaking skills in language learners, Technology and language assessment
Professor Mark Gales mjfg@eng.cam.ac.uk Large vocabulary continuous speech recognition, Robust speaker recognition, Speaker adaptation, Machine learning, Speaker identification and verification
L. Gao aurora.eco9@gmail.com Language policy and migration, Multilingualism and cognitive development, Language learning motivation, Language learning strategies and cross-linguistic transfer
Dr Milica Gasic mg436@cam.ac.uk Statistical modelling of human computer dialogue, Spoken language understanding and generation
Professor Susan Gathercole FBA susan.gathercole@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk Cognitive processes relating to language, Developmental disorders, Reading difficulties in children
Dr Ardeshir Geranpayeh geranpayeh.a@cambridgeenglish.org Psychometrics, Automated assessment of writing and speaking, Multilevel Testing, Cheating detection, Cyber Security, Computer Adaptive Testing (CAT), Learning Oriented Assessment (LOA)
Dr Mahbod Ghaffari mg695@cam.ac.uk Persian language, literature and culture, Iranian studies, Middle Eastern studies, Linguistics
Aretousa Giannakou ag771@cam.ac.uk Linguistics, Heritage speakers, Syntax, Morphosyntactic change
Professor Jenny Gibson jlg53@cam.ac.uk Social impact and cognitive underpinnings of specific language impairments, Pragmatic language impairments and autism, Development of non-literal language comprehension and pragmatic language development
Jonathan R. Goodman jrg74@cam.ac.uk
Olivia Goodman ogoodman@cambridge.org Corpus linguistics, Functional language, Learner English, Application of research to inform ELT materials development
Dr Mina Gorji mg473@cam.ac.uk The relationship between literary and spoken language
Professor Usha Goswami FBA ucg10@cam.ac.uk Dyslexia, Reading and spelling development, Cognitive development, Neuroscience in education, Reasoning by analogy
Hilary J. Goy hjg32@cam.ac.uk Latin, Classical Greek
Dr Calbert Graham crg29@cam.ac.uk Phonetic theory, Sound change and language evolution, Machine learning, Tone and pitch accent systems, Language acquisition, Creole, Romance, Japanese phonology, Language technology
Kim Groothuis kag45@cam.ac.uk Comparative syntax, Diachronic syntax, Italian dialectology, Romance philology, Historical linguistics