PhD Candidate, linguistics, University of Newcastle (Australia), 2021-

  • Thesis (working) title: Landscape, Culture, Cognition, and Language: A Fieldwork-Based Investigation of Inter- and Intracommunity Variation
    Supervisors: A/prof. Bill Palmer and Dr. Catriona Malau

MA, Linguistics, University of Copenhagen, 2021
Specialization in functional cognitive linguistics

  • Thesis title: Pragmatic and Synctactic Influence on Pronoun Resolution: A Psycholinguistic Study of the Coreference Resolution of Danish Possessive Pronouns
    Supervisor: Prof. Elisabeth Engberg-Pedersen

BA, Linguistics, University of Copenhagen, 2018



Linguistic software: ELAN, FLEx, Praat, AegisSub
Basic programming: Python, R, LaTeX
Geo-information: QGIS


Danish: Fluent
English: Fluent
Spanish: Basic communication skills
German: Good comprehension

I have experience working with several varieties of the Indigenous Mexican language Nahuatl and a highly endangered variety of the Indigenous language Otomí.

Scientific research

I have experience with the following areas of scientific research:

  • Data pipelines (data collection, data management, transcription, annotation, analysis, visualisation)
  • Linguistic Fieldwork
  • Experimental design (mouse-tracking, eye-tracking)
  • Production of elicitation materials
  • Instructing team members in specialised software and data collection
  • Public presentation, academic publication

Research experience

Research Intern, University of Copenhagen, 2020

  • Researching linguistic and cognitive preferences regarding the use of different orientational systems in two varieties of Nahuatl as part of the Nahuatl Space Project.

Student assistant, IT-university of Copenhagen, 2018-2020

  • Annotating linguistic material for a Danish treebank project, and I writing annotation guidelines for future annotators.

Student Assistant, MIRSK, 2018

  • Annotating linguistic data for automatic speech-processing software.

Student Assistant, University of Copenhagen, 2017

  • Collecting and processing data for a project on the vocabulary of 5th graders.

Research Assistant, Linguistic Fieldwork, 2017

  • Documentation of the highly endangered language Acazulco Otomí in Mexico.

Teaching experience

Sprogliga, 2017-2019

  • I have been responsible for teaching general linguistics and problem solving to Danish high schoolers to prepare them for participation in the IOL (International Linguistics Olympiad).

TalentCampDK, 2016-2019

  • I have been responsible for planning and teaching various courses in a broad range of linguistic subjects. TalentCampDK is an educational offer for gifted 7-9th grade students.


Frøken Maria Månssons legat, 2020

  • Travel grant to fund fieldwork in Mexico (10.000 DKK)

Københavns Universitets Internationaliseringsstipendium, 2017

  • Travel grant for exchange studies at University of California (8.000 DKK), not utilised

Professional memberships

Australian Linguistics Society, 2021-

The Linguistic Circle of Copenhagen, 2015-

The Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas, 2020-2021

Posts of responsibility

Member of quota 2-admission committee, Linguistics, University of Copenhagen, 2020

Team Leader for the Danish IOL (International Linguistics Olympiad) team, 2017-2020

Member of committee, the Linguistic Circle of Copenhagen, 2016-2020

Member of organising committee, Sprogvidenskabelig Studenterkonference, 2016-2020

Chairman, linguistic Student Council, University of Copenhagen, 2016-2019