Christopher Haberland


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I am currently a PhD student at UW Linguistics working with the CLMBR group. My professional experience working as an applied NLP data scientist / engineer spans several years at USAA at the Advanced Analytics and Machine Learning team and, a semantic search and voice assistant startup. I formerly worked as an Economics Fellow researching spatio-temporal accounting of ecosystem services with the U.S. Forest Service’ Research and Development branch after obtaining an M.P.P from the Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia.


May, 2023 - I will be joining the UW Linguistics PhD program (computational track) in the fall!

February, 2023 - Kabyle ASR Phonological Error and Network Analysis was published as a book chapter in Analysis and Application of Natural Language and Speech Processing

January, 2021 - Economics of invasive species book chapter published in Invasive Species in Forests and Rangelands of the United States