Tom Juzek

Assistant Professor

Tom Juzek, Assistant Professor of Linguistics

Contact Information

Office Location
DIF 304A
Office Hours

Mon/Wed 10:30-11:30 (and by appt.)

Tom Juzek (MA Phonetics, Bonn; Ph.D. Linguistics, Oxford) is an Assistant Professor of Computational Linguistics. Tom is interested in the application of computational methods to linguistic questions, and in particular morpho-syntactic questions. Tom's interests also extend to corpus linguistics and experimental syntax. Prior to joining FSU, Tom has worked in the tech industry for several years. His recent projects have been on English, German, and Dutch.

Research Interests

Computational linguistics

Natural language processing

Corpus linguistics

Experimental methods


Germanic languages

Courses Taught

Introduction to linguistics

Introduction to programming for linguistics

Selected Publications

  • JUZEK, Tom S.; HÄUSSLER, Jana. Schwa-deletion in German noun-noun compounds. In: Proceedings of the Workshop on the Cognitive Aspects of the Lexicon. 2020. p. 107-111.
  • HÄUSSLER, Jana; JUZEK, Tom S. Linguistic Intuitions and the Puzzle of Gradience. Linguistic Intuitions: Evidence and Method, 2020, p. 233-54.
  • JUZEK, Tom S.; KRIELKE, Marie-Pauline; TEICH, Elke. Exploring diachronic syntactic shifts with dependency length: the case of scientific English. In: Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on Universal Dependencies (UDW 2020). 2020. p. 109-119.