Dr Gregoromichelaki works within the Dynamic Syntax research group at King’s College London. Until 2007, she was employed under the Leverhulme-funded project Dialogue Matters, an interdisciplinary, international network set up to encourage collaboration on the study of dialogue.
Her principal research interests lie in the syntax-semantics/pragmatics interface, in particular anaphora and ellipsis. She has also done work on conditionals, relative clauses, quantification and clitics. The common theme is the effects of the grammatical and extra-grammatical context on interpretation.
She is currently working for the Dynamics of Conversational Dialogue (DynDial) project funded by the ESRC. This is a joint project between the Philosophy Department King’s College London and the Computer Science Department Queen Mary University London. It aims to advance understanding of human conversation by developing, implementing and testing a formal model of dialogue which reflects as closely as possible the incremental nature of human language processing. Its primary focus is on ellipsis in conversation.
See also: Dynamic Syntax group - publications
For further information, please see Dr Gregoromichelaki's full list of publications