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Name: Nicolas  Léwy
Institution: Université de Neuchâtel
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State and/or Country: Switzerland   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Cognitive Science
Specialty: Computational Psycholinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications:
Léwy, N. (2015). Computational psycholinguistics and spoken word recognition in the bilingual and the monolingual. Doctoral dissertation, Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

Léwy, N. & Grosjean, F. (2008). The Léwy and Grosjean BIMOLA model. In F. Grosjean, Studying bilinguals, (pp. 201–210). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Léwy, N., Grosjean, F., Grosjean, L., Racine, I. & Yersin, C. (2005). Un modèle psycholinguistique informatique de la reconnaissance des mots dans la chaîne parlée du français. Journal of French Language Studies, 15 (1), 25–48.

Cornu, E., Kübler, N., Bodmer, F., Grosjean, F., Grosjean, L., Léwy, N., Tschichold, C. & Tschumi, C. (1996). Prototype of a second language writing tool for French speakers writing in English. Natural Language Engineering, 2 (3), 211–228.

Tschumi, C., Bodmer, F., Cornu, E., Grosjean, F., Grosjean, L., Kübler, N., Léwy, N. & Tschichold, C. (1996). Un logiciel qui aide à la correction en anglais. Les Langues Modernes, 90 (4), 28–41.

Léwy, N. & Hornstein, T. (1994). Text-to-speech technology: A survey of German speech synthesis systems. UBILAB Technical Report, 94.10.2. Zurich: UBS Union Bank of Switzerland.

Courses Taught: Computer simulation of language and speech processing in humans

Dissertation Abstract: Computational psycholinguistics and spoken word recognition in the bilingual and the monolingual

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