Tim Alberdingk ThijmEmail:
Address: 35 Olden Street, Princeton, NJ, 08542
IPA for Tim's surname: /ˈælbʌɹˌdɪŋk ˈtʰäɪ̯m/
AboutTim is a first-year PhD candidate in the Programming Languages group at Princeton's Computer Science department. He is currently advised by Prof. Aarti Gupta.
His interests in the programming languages domain span formal verification, particularly for networks; type theory; and compiler optimization. He has also previously worked on projects in the computational linguistics and digital humanities fields. Tim completed his BSc at the University of Toronto in 2018 in computer science and English.
- Wachsmuth, Henning; Naderi, Nona; Hou, Yufang; Bilu, Yonatan; Prabhakaran, Vinod; Alberdingk Thijm, Timothy; Hirst, Graeme; and Stein, Benno. "Computational argumentation quality assessment in natural language." 15th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Valencia, April 2017, 176-187.
- Beelen, K., Thijm, T., Cochrane, C., Halvemaan, K., Hirst, G., Kimmins, M., … Whyte, T. (2017). "Digitization of the Canadian Parliamentary Debates". Canadian Journal of Political Science, 50(3), 849-864. doi:10.1017/S0008423916001165