QUESTIONS AT THE INTERFACES
Currently, I am working on the P8 subproject of the Research Unit "Questions at the Interfaces". The Research Unit is dedicated to investigating question formation, with a particular emphasis on non-canonical questions (e.g., rhetorical, echo, self-addressed, suggestive). This Research Unit (RU) combines expertise from theoretical, computational and experimental linguistics as well as visual analytics to study how different components of grammar (morphology, syntax, phonology) interface with one another to signal a particular meaning.
My other main research area is computational semantics. Precisely, I am interested in expanding syntactic relations to semantic representations, based on which inference and reasoning will be possible.