Department of Linguistics, Rutgers University
Rm 205A, 18 Seminary Pl, New Brunswick, NJ
I'm an Associate Professor at the Rutgers Department of Linguistics.
My research uses computational and mathematical approaches to study fundamental questions in phonological theory.
- formal language theory
- learning/grammatical inference
- model theory/logic
- tone/pitch accent
- long-distance processes
- Huteng Dai. 2023 (expected).
- Eileen Blum. 2023. The effects of non-linear data structures on the computation of vowel harmony. [pdf]
- Nate Koser. 2022. The computational nature of stress assignment. [pdf]
- Chris Oakden. 2021. Modeling phonological interactions using recursive schemes. [pdf]
- Luca Iacoponi. 2018. Phonological agreement by headed feature correspondence. [pdf] (Co-advised with Paul de Lacy.)
On sabbatical spring 2023