I am a student in the PhD program in Linguistics at UCLA.
My main interests lie in phonology, phonologization, phonetic implementation, and in intonation: how do alternations become fixed in the abstract representations in our minds? how do we get to sound from the representation? what implications does intonation hold for phonology at large? I am also a first-year, so don't hold me to this.
I have worked on English, French, Mandarin, Burmese, and Icelandic.