This is the website for the Mathematical Linguistics Reading Group in the Department of Linguistics at Stony Brook University.

The reading group provides a venue for

  • paper discussions,
  • practice talks,
  • invited talks,
  • presentations of ongoing research,
  • and much more.

Pretty much anything goes, as long as it has some formal/mathematical component to it. The group is very interdisciplinary in nature and we welcome guests from other departments.

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Current Semester

Time: Fri 12:00 - 1:00
Location: CompLab (SBS N-250)
Topics: see Schedule
Readings: Google drive (access restricted)
Student Organizers: Jon Rawski
Faculty Organizer: Thomas Graf

Recent News

Fri 17 November 2017
Hossep on “Computing Reduplication: Typology and Learning”
Fri 10 November 2017
No Meeting on Nov 10
Fri 03 November 2017
Alena on “Formal Restrictions on Multiple Tiers”
Fri 27 October 2017
Mai Ha Vu (UDelaware) on “Model-Theoretic Syntax”
Fri 20 October 2017
Enes Avcu (UDelaware) on “Evolution of Neural networks”