I earned my bachelor’s degree in Hungarian Studies at the University of Vienna and my MA in General Linguistics at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Since 2020, I am a doctoral researcher at the Leibniz-Centre General Linguistics in Berlin. My main interests lie at the interface between linguistics, language philosophy and cognitive science. In my dissertation, I aim at developing a formal model of mental representation that deepens our understanding of the interpretation of negation in natural language.
During my time as a member of the Steering Committee, I would like to try and help optimise the communication between the PhD network and the doctoral researchers of the Leibniz Association and adjust the network-related activities of the individual institutes to the network’s annual schedule.