Current graduate students

I am currently first supervisor for the following graduate students: I am second supervisor for:

Past graduate students

PhD

  1. Mürvet Enç, “Tense without Scope: an analysis of nouns as indexicals”, University of Wisconsin, 1981 (Professor, Linguistics, University of Wisconsin, Madison)
  2. Richard Larson, “Restrictive Modification: Relative Clauses and Adverbs”, University of Wisconsin, 1982 (Professor, Linguistics, Stony Brook University, New York)
  3. Sun Woo Lee, “Syntax of Some Nominal Constructions in Korean”, University of Wisconsin, 1983 (Professor, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea)
  4. Carolyn Harford, “Aspects of Complementation in Three Bantu Languages”, University of Wisconsin, 1984 (Professor, Linguistics, University of Zimbabwe)
  5. Esmeralda Negrão, “Anaphora in Brazilian Portuguese Complement Constructions”, University of Wisconsin, 1985 (Professor, Linguistics, Universidade de São Paulo)
  6. Philip Roberts, “Action, Intention and Language: A Davidsonian Study”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1989
  7. Jerry Seligman, “Perspectives: A Relativistic Approach to the Theory of Information”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1990. (Senior lecturer, Philosophy, University of Auckland)
  8. Nick Braisby, “Description and Necessity: Towards a Cognitive Science of Word Meaning”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1990 (Professor, Psychology, South Bank University, UK)
  9. Richard Cooper, “Classification-based Phrase Structure Grammar: an Extended Revised Version of HPSG”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1990 (Reader, Cognitive Science, Birkbeck College, London)
  10. Guy Barry, “Derivation and Structure in Categorial Grammar”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1991
  11. Ian Lewin, “Dynamic Quantification in Logic and Computational Semantics”, Department of AI, Edinburgh University, 1992 (Research Associate, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge)
  12. Alan Black, “A Situation Theoretic Approach to Computational Semantics”, Department of AI, Edinburgh University, 1993 (Associate Research Professor, Language Technologies Institute, Carnegie Mellon University)
  13. Sheila Glasbey, “Event Structure in Natural Language Discourse”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1994 (Lecturer, Computer Science, University of Birmingham)
  14. Lawrence Cavedon, “A Channel Theoretic Approach to Conditional Reasoning”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1995 (Senior Research Engineer, Center for the Study of Language and Information, Stanford)
  15. Martin Mellor, “Aspects of Aspectual Verbs in English and Russian”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1995
  16. Ivan Derzhanski, “Groups and Eventualities: A Theory of Aspectuality”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1995 (Senior Research Fellow, Mathematical Linguistics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
  17. Carl Vogel, “Inheritance Reasoning: Psychological Plausibility, Proof Theory and Semantics”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1995 (Senior Lecturer in Computational Linguistics, Computer Science, Trinity College, Dublin)
  18. Tsutomu Fujinami (another web page), “A process algebraic approach to computational linguistics”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1996 (Associate Professor, Social Knowledge Science, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
  19. Matthias Paul, “Success in Referential Communication”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1996
  20. Rodger Kibble, “Anaphora Resolution in Dynamic Semantics: Modality, Subordination and Complementation”, Cognitive Science, Edinburgh University, 1996 (Lecturer, Computer Science, Goldsmiths College, London)
  21. Staffan Larsson, “Issue-Based Dialogue Management”, Linguistics, Göteborg University, 2002 (Associate Professor, Language Technology, Göteborg University)
  22. Sylvana Sofkova Hashemi, “Automatic Detection of Grammar Errors in Primary School Children's Texts: A Finite State Approach”, Linguistics, Göteborg University, 2003 (Lecturer (docent), Högskolan Väst, Lecturer (docent), University of Gothenburg)
  23. Stina Ericsson, “Information Enriched Constituents in Dialogue”, Linguistics, Göteborg University, 2005 (Lecturer, Linnéuniversitet)
  24. Rebecca Jonson, “Information state based speech recognition”, Linguistics, University of Gothenburg, 2010 (Head of research, Artificial Solutions)
  25. Kenneth Wilhelmsson, “Heuristisk analys med Diderichsens satsschema - Tillämpningar för svensk text”, Linguistics, University of Gothenburg, 2010 (Researcher, Språkbanken)
  26. Ellen Breitholtz, “Reasoning with topoi - towards a rhetorical approach to non-monotonicity”, Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science, University of Gothenburg, 2014 (Researcher, University of Gothenburg)

Check your entry in the Partee PhD Genealogy.

Licentiate

Fanglan Chen, The Aspectual Function of the Two Chinese Particles le, Linguistics, Göteborg University, 2004
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