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Stefano Coretta

Senior Teaching Coordinator (Statistics)

University of Edinburgh

s.coretta@ed.ac.uk

Welcome to the homepage of Stefano Coretta [ˈsteˑfano koˈrɛtta].

I am the Senior Teaching Coordinator for Statistics in the Linguistics and English Language department of the University of Edinburgh (UK).

I received a PhD degree in linguistics from the University of Manchester (UK) in 2020. My area of research is linguistics with a focus on phonetology—the study of speech sounds and their relation to linguisticality (Human Language, see Haspelmath 2020), research methods and statistics. I was a postdoc researcher at the Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (Germany) from 2019 until 2021.

For more details on my research interests, past/current research projects, and an overview of meta-models informing my research, check out the Research and Meta-models pages. You can find a list of research outputs (papers, software, etc) in Output and the list of Worshops I can offer.

Interests

  • Phonetology (i.e. Phonetics and Phonology)
  • Research Methods and Statistics
  • Language description
  • Typology and Diachronic linguistics
  • Graphemics

Education

  • PhD in Linguistics, 2020

    University of Manchester, UK

  • MA in Phonetics and Phonology, 2016

    University of York, UK

  • MA in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, 2013

    University of Pavia, Italy

  • BA in Classics with Oriental Studies, 2011

    University of Milan, Italy