My work focuses on syntax and semantics, with a particular interest in unbounded dependency constructions, coordination, ellipsis, and linearization. In my research I employ corpora, computational models, and controlled psycholinguistic experimentation. One of my goals is to understand how idiosyncratic linguistic phenomena can be shaped by the interplay of linguistic and cognitive factors. I have specialized in surface-driven construction-based grammatical frameworks such as HPSG/SBCG, and implemented medium-sized computational models for research purposes.

PhD Supervision

Representative research

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