I am a postdoctoral researcher in Linguistics at the Université de Paris. My primary interest lies in understanding how languages make use of shared contextual information in order to facilitate efficient communication, with a particular focus on elliptical constructions.

I received a PhD in Linguistics from UC San Diego in 2020 (defense slides; thesis) where I was advised by Andy Kehler and Roger Levy. In 2017/2018 I spent a year visiting Roger’s Computational Psycholinguistics Lab.

Collaborators (in alphabetical order):

Former Research Assistants (at UCSD):

  • Leo Pascual
  • Ryan Sie
  • Shiva Upadhye