Office U005b (“Bateau”, ground floor, right from the street entrance), 29 rue d'Ulm, Paris.
I am a PhD student at Institut Jean Nicod, part of École Normale Supérieure in Paris. I'm working in the area of natural language semantics under the supervision of Benjamin Spector. I have also been working with Emmanuel Chemla of LSCP. I am particularly interested in the mechanisms of exhaustification and the role of alternatives in meaning.
Before getting into linguistics, I studied theoretical computer science and machine learning.
My name is pronounced /emil ɑ̃gø.aʁ/.
You can find my academic CV here.
- Émile Enguehard (2021). Explaining presupposition projection in (coordinations of) polar questions. Natural Language Semantics.
- Émile Enguehard and Benjamin Spector (2021). Explaining gaps in the logical lexicon of natural languages: A decision-theoretic perspective on the square of Aristotle. Semantics and Pragmatics.
- Émile Enguehard (2020). Minimal sufficiency readings of necessity modals. Proceedings of NELS 50.
- Émile Enguehard and Emmanuel Chemla (2019). Connectedness as a constraint on exhaustification. Linguistics and Philosophy.
- Émile Enguehard (2018). Comparative modified numerals revisited: granularity, scalar implicatures and blindness to context. Proceedings of the 28th Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference (SALT 28).
- Émile Enguehard, Edward Flemming, and Giorgio Magri (2018). Statistical Learning Theory and Linguistic Typology: a Learnability Perspective on OT’s Strict Domination. Proceedings of the first annual meeting of the Society for Computation in Linguistics (SCiL), Vol. 1.
- Émile Enguehard, Yoav Goldberg, and Tal Linzen (2017). Exploring the Syntactic Abilities of RNNs with Multi-task Learning. Proceedings of the 21st Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning (ConLL 2017).
- Émile Enguehard (2018). Tying the denotation of “tall” to considerations of utility. WIP-LANG seminar, ENS.
- Émile Enguehard (2016). Weakly-supervised segmentation applied to audio-to-score alignment (master's thesis).