Marina Dubova is a PhD student in Cognitive Science at IU Bloomington, primarily advised by Rob Goldstone. She studies mechanisms underlying grounded concept learning and evolution of communicative systems in humans & machines. In her work, she combines various modeling techniques (e.g. agent-based, connectionist, Bayesian), behavioral experiments, and theoretical analyses. Prior to joining Indiana University, she completed her BSc in Psychology at Saint Petersburg University (Russia) in 2019 and visited Peking University (China) and University of Helsinki (Finland) as an academic exchange fellow.