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Tomita Yu

Tomita Yu
Affiliation and department:
Job title: PhD student
Homepage URL  (1): https://yt44kiry.gitlab.io/yutomita/
Research field  (1): Linguistics
Research keywords  (1): Minimalist Grammar
Papers (5):
  • Yu Tomita, Hitomi Hirayama. Parasitic gaps in Japanese: An MG-based approach. Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics. 2023. 6. 20. 212-221
  • Yu Tomita. How does structure affect surface rule application?: Accent and verbal Morphology in Japanese deverbal (noun) compounds. Proceedings of the 36th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation. 2022. 503-512
  • Yu Tomita. Event Quantification in Infinitival Complements: A Free-Logic Approach. New Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. 2019. 11717. 372-384
  • Yu Tomita. Towards a Pied-Piping Account for Wh-Scope within Compositional Event Semantics in Minimalism. Proceedings of the Fifty-third Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. 2018. 53. 381-396
  • Yu Tomita. Solving Event Quantification and Free Variable Problems in Semantics for Minimalist Grammars. Proceedings of the 30th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation. 2016. 219-227
Lectures and oral presentations  (2):
  • Wh-Interrogatives without Clausal Pied-Piping in Neo-Davidsonian Possibility Semantics
    (LENLS 16 2019)
  • Towards a pied-piping account for wh-scope within compositional event semantics in minimalism
    (CLS 53 2017)
Education (2):
  • 2020 - 現在 Leipzig University Faculty of Philology Institute of Linguistics
  • 2014 - 2020 Sokendai School of Multidisciplinary Sciences Department of Informatics
Work history (5):
  • 2020/10 - 現在 Leipzig Univerisy Faculty of Philology, Institute of Linguistics PhD student
  • 2019/05 - 2020/09 Kyushu techno College Part-time Lecturer
  • 2019/04 - 2020/03 Kyushu Sangyo University Language Education and Research Center Part-time Lecturer
  • 2018/10 - 2019/03 RIKEN
  • 2014/05 - 2018/02 Research Organization of Information and Systems National Institute of Informatics Research Assistant
Awards (1):
  • 2016/10 - PACLIC 30 Best paper honorable mention Solving Event Quantification and Free Variable Problems in Semantics for Minimalist Grammars
Association Membership(s) (1):
THE LINGUISTIC SOCIETY OF JAPAN
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