Junior Researcher, Section of Typology
Employed at the Institute of Linguistics since 2019.
semantic typology, theory of semantic shifts, corpus linguistics, contrastive linguistics, syntax, Russian language, French language, Hungarian language, North Germanic languages.
In 2018, she graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University with a bachelor's degree in French Linguistics. The topic of her diploma thesis was "Functional and semantic analysis of the opposition of passé composé and passé simple in the French language (a case study of the autobiography of Simone de Beauvoir "Memoirs of a Dutiful Daughter")". In 2020, she graduated from the Faculty of Philology of the Lomonosov Moscow State University with a master's degree in "Russian language". She presented a diploma thesis on the topic "Complex predicates in the electronic corpus of Alexander Pushkin's texts: structure, semantics, functions".
Since 2018, she has been participating in the projects "Creation of an algorithm for identifying the author's idiostyle based on the frequency of usage of function words" (implemented by the Federal Research Center "Informatics and Management" of the Russian Academy of Sciences with Mikhail Mikheev as a principal investigator, RFBR grant №18-012-00220) and "Cognitive mechanisms of semantic derivation in the light of typological data" (implemented by the Institute of Linguistics of the Russian Academy of Sciences with Anna Zaliznyak as a principal investigator, RFBR grant №17-29-09124). She also participates in the periodic seminar of the Department of Semantic Typology (Anna Zaliznyak as a principal investigator).