Journal publications

  • Rahmad Akbar, Habib Bashour, Puneet Rawat, Philippe A. Robert, Eva Smorodina, Tudor-Stefan Cotet, Karine Flem-Karlsen, Robert Frank, Brij Bhushan Mehta, Mai Ha Vu, Talip Zengin, Jose Gutierrez-Marcos, Fridtjof Lund-Johansen, Jan Terje Andersen, and Victor Greiff (2022). Progress and challenges for the machine learning-based design of fit-for-purpose monoclonal antibodies., mAbs, 14:1 [doi] [pdf]
  • Mai Ha Vu, Ashkan Zehfroosh, Kristina Strother-Garcia, Michael Sebok, Jeffrey Heinz, and Herbert G. Tanner (2018). Statistical relational learning with unconventional string models. Frontiers in Robotics and AI, 5:76 [doi] [pdf]

Conference proceedings

  • Mai Ha Vu, Nazila Shafiei, and Thomas Graf (2019). Case assignment in TSL syntax: a case study. Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics 2(28) [doi] [pdf]
  • Mai Ha Vu and Karoliina Lohiniva (2019). In situ wh-hell: The view from Hungarian. In M. Baird and J. Pesetsky (Eds.), NELS 49: Proceedings of the Forty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society: Volume 3, Amherst, MA, pp. 275 – 284. GLSA [pdf]
  • Mai Ha Vu (2018). Towards a formal description of NPI-licensing patterns. Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics 1(17) [doi] [pdf]
  • Jinwoo Jo and Mai Ha Vu (2018). A syntactic account of morphological causatives in Japanese and Korean. In M. S. K. Shin Fukuda and M.-J. Park (Eds.), Proceedings of the 25th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, Poster Papers. CSLI Publications [pdf]
  • Amanda Payne, Mai Ha Vu, and Jeffrey Heinz (2017). A formal analysis of correspondence theory. In Proceedings of the Annual Meetings on Phonology, Volume 4. LSA [doi] [pdf]

Conference presentations

  • Mai Ha Vu and So Young Lee (2022). Comparing neural-network based language models to human sentence processing: choice of task matters. Poster presentation at Human Sentence Processing, San Diego, CA [abstract] [slides]
  • Mai Ha Vu, Nazila Shafiei, and Thomas Graf (2019). Case assignment in TSL syntax: a case study. Poster presentation at the Society of Computation in Linguistics, New York City, NY [poster]
  • Mai Ha Vu (2019). Quantificational force of Hungarian NPIs: evidence from adverbial scope. Poster presentation at the Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, New York City, NY [abstract] [poster]
  • Mai Ha Vu (2018). Towards a formal description of NPI-licensing patterns. Poster presentation at the Society of Computation in Linguistics, Salt Lake City, UT [poster]
  • Mai Ha Vu and Karoliina Lohiniva (2018). In situ wh-hell: The view from Hungarian. Poster presentation at the 49th Annual Meeting of the Northeast Linguistic Society, Ithaca, NY [abstract] [poster]
  • Mai Ha Vu and Karoliina Lohiniva (2018). In-situ Hungarian wh-hell: evidence against an intervention account. Poster presentation at the 28th Colloquium of Generative Grammar, Tarragona, Spain [abstract] [poster]
  • Jinwoo Jo and Mai Ha Vu (2017). A syntactic account of morphological causatives in Japanese and Korean. Poster presentation at the 25th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, Honolulu, HI [abstract] [poster]
  • Jinwoo Jo and Mai Ha Vu (2017). Typology of morphological causatives: A syntactic account. Poster presentation at the 19th Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar, Seoul, Korea [abstract] [poster]
  • Mai Ha Vu (2017). Focus negation is constituent negation in Hungarian. Poster presentation at Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Austin, TX [abstract] [poster]
  • Amanda Payne, Mai Ha Vu, and Jeffrey Heinz (2016). A formal analysis of Correspondence Theory. Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of Phonology, Los Angeles, CA [abstract] [poster]
  • Justin Rill and Mai Ha Vu (2015). Extreme locality in Balinese complex sentences. Poster presentation at the Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland, OR [poster]

Other

  • Mai Ha Vu (2022). Immunolingo: Leveraging linguistic insights to answer immunological questions. Presentation at CPS Lunch at University of Oslo. [slides]
  • Mai Ha Vu (2021). Immunolinguistics: Applying linguistics to biological sequences. Presentation at the Linguistics Seminar at University of Oslo. [slides]
  • Mai Ha Vu (2019). A quantifier-based approach to NPI-licensing typology: Empirical and computational investigations. PhD defense presentation. [slides]
  • Mai Ha Vu (2019). A quantifier-based approach to NPI-licensing typology: Empirical and computational investigations. University of Delaware PhD thesis. [pdf]