Santi is a dual Ph.D. student in Hispanic Linguistics and Computational Linguistics at Indiana University, Bloomington. He received his B.A. in English Studies and his M.A. in Linguistics, Literature, and Culture Studies from University of Seville, Spain. After graduating, he moved to Bloomington, IN, where he completed his M.A. in Hispanic Linguistics, and where he also teaches some undergraduate courses. His main research interests include Phonetics and Phonology, Sociolinguistics, Machine Learning, and Natural Language Processing. More recently, his research has focused on Laboratory Phonology and perception, as well as automatic speech recognition and classification. Current projects include the perception of intonation, its role in verbal communication, and its effects on cross-dialectal understanding.
Doctoral Student, Hispanic Linguistics