Benjamin Storme

I am a lecturer in Linguistics at the University of Lausanne. I received a PhD in Linguistics from MIT. Before that, I studied Classics and Historical Linguistics at the ENS, where I received the Agr├ęgation de grammaire, and at Sorbonne university, where I got my masters degree.

Before moving to Lausanne, I worked as a CNRS post-doc researcher on a project funded by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche and entitled "The mathematics of segmental phonotactics" (Principal Investigator: Giorgio Magri; results of this project can be found here).

My current research focuses on phonology and phonetics, and in particular on questions related to:

I address these questions using:

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ORCID iD iconhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-2560-2265
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