Department of Linguistics
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I am a Ph.D. student in linguistics at McGill University. My research interests primarily include formal semantics, pragmatics, phonology, and computational linguistics.
On the semantics/pragmatics side, I have worked on ignorance inferences associated with superlative numeral/scalar modifiers like “at least” and “at most”. On the phonology side, I have worked on the difference in generative capacity between Optimality Theory and ordered rewrite rules.
Apart from linguistics, I enjoy tinkering with Linux, learning about functional programming (like Haskell), and (when I have time) brewing beer. I have a personal blog where I write about language, math, Linux, and other random stuff that comes to mind.