The paper Two switches in the theory of counterfactuals, the result of a long cooperation with Linmin Zhang and Lucas Champollion, has appeared in Linguistics and Philosophy.
Starting to teach an introduction to computability within the MA program in logic and philosophy of science of MCMP.
Starting to teach a course on questions and dependency in logic within the MA program in logic and philosophy of science of MCMP.
A paper with Gianluca Grilletti on Ehrenfeucht-Fraïssé game for inquisitive first-order logic was submitted for publication.
Talk at Prague Philosophy Insitute on counterfactuals.
Invited talk at the InqBnB2 workshop on Hurford’s constraint and the semantics of disjunction.
The final version of the paper Two switches in the theory of counterfactuals, co-authored with Linmin Zhang and Lucas Champollion has been submitted to Linguistics and Philosophy for publication.
Invited talk at LENLS 14 on the semantics of counterfactuals.
Starting to teach a course on conditionals within the MA program in logic and philosophy of science.
As of today, I’m starting a new position as an assistant professor in logic and philosophy of language at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, LMU.
My paper Question Meaning = Resolution Conditions has appeared in Logic and Logical Philosophy
A joint paper with Floris Roelofsen, entitled an inquisitive perspective on modals and quantifiers has been submitted for publication.
A joint paper with Rosalie Iemhoff and Fan Yang, entitled questions and dependency in intuitionistic logic has been submitted for publication.
A paper entitled Question meanings = resolution conditions has been submitted for publication.
I start teaching a course on intuitionistic logic together with Dick de Jongh
A joint paper with Floris Roelofsen, entitled Hurford’s constraint, the semantics of disjunction, and the nature of alternatives has been accepted for publication at Natural Language Semantics.
The paper Questions as Information Types, based on the first three chapters of my dissertation, has appeared in Synthese.
Invited talk on Questions as Information Types at the Poznan Reasoning Week in Poznan, Poland.
Start to teach the course Introduction to Computability for the Bachelor’s program in AI.
The paper Alternatives in Montague Grammar has been accepted for publication at Linguistics and Philosophy.
Poster: Breaking de Morgan’s law in counterfactual antecedents at SALT26, Austin. This is joint work with Lucas Champollion and Linmin Zhang.
Talk on Questions in Logic at the mathematics department of the Technische Universität Darmstadt.
I’ll be an invited speaker at the Poznan Reasoning Week, to be held at the University Adam Mickiewicz, on 5-10 September, 2016.
I will publicly defend my PhD dissertation entitled Questions in Logic. The defense will take place at noon in the Agnietenkapel, Oudezijds Voorburgwal 231, Amsterdam.
I’ll be an invited speaker at the Mathematical Foundations of Informatics Conference to be held in Chisinau on 25-29 July, 2016. The call for papers is here.
It is now possible to apply for the PhD and postdoc vacancies in the inquisitive semantics group: https://www.illc.uva.nl/inquisitivesemantics/vacancies. The deadline is March 15.
As of today, I am a postdoc researcher at the ILLC!
A workshop on Questions in Semantics and Logic with many excellent speakers will be held in Amsterdam.
Here is a webpage with information on the positions that will be available next year.
An ERC research proposal that Floris Roelofsen and I wrote on “Quantification and modality in the realm of questions” has been funded!
Talk on Dependency as question entailment at the Dagstuhl Seminar on Logics of Dependence and Independence.
4-9-2014 Talk on interrogative dependencies and the constructive content of inquisitive proofs at WOLLIC 2014.
10-4-2014 Talk on Modalities in the realm of questions: axiomatizing inquisitive epistemic logic at the LIRa seminar in Amsterdam.
6-3-2014 The paper Inquisitive Dynamic Epistemic Logic [with Floris Roelofsen] has appeared in Synthese.
A festschrift for Jeroen Groenendijk, Martin Stokhof and Frank Veltman is presented at the Amsterdam Colloquium. The volume includes the paper A logical account of free choice imperatives [with Maria Aloni].
The paper On the semantics and logic of declaratives and interrogatives [with Floris Roelofsen and Jeroen Groenendijk] is accepted for publication in Synthese.