I am a linguist trained in phonetics/phonology and language variation and change. I am fascinated by the theoretical accounts on language and delve into them from an experimental vantage point. I also studied classics and computational linguistics. I try merging both worlds: classical scholarship teaches and modern methodologies and instrumental techniques.
My research centers around i. Prosody (Intonation, Lengthening, Intensity), ii. Segmental Phonetics (Vowels and Consonants), and iii. Language variation and change. Besides these you may find more peripheral but equally beloved research interests including research on: iv. Bivariational Speech & Language Pathology and v. Computational analysis of language (stylistics and lexicography) (for the software I developed, visit this page).