About me

I am a PhD student at the University of Leipzig, within the IGRA graduate program. I am interested in most areas of linguistics, including: syntax (HPSG, CxG, LFG), morphology (PFM, NDL, analogy, IbM), phonology (learning biases), corpus linguistics, psycholinguistics, statistical models (I work now mostly with Bayesian models and Neural Networks), conversational analysis (turn taking) and typology.

The topic of my PhD is the interesection between usage and grammar. I focus on the interaction between analogy, inflectional classes, and inheritance hierarchies.


A list of my co-authors in no particular order: Joanna Zaleska, Ludger Paschen, Katja Barnickel, Laura Becker, Elena Pyatigorskaya, Olivier Bonami.