You can download my full CV here.
I received a Bachelor of Arts in 2018 from the University of Tübingen, majoring in Deutsch als Zweitsprache (German as a second language) with a minor in General Linguistics. My thesis consisted of a case study of a child L2 learner of German with both Serbocroatian and Hungarian as their L1, aiming to see how knowledge of a genderless (Hungarian) and article-less (Serbocroatian) language impacted the acquisition of the German gender and case system.
In 2021, I received a Master of Science in Linguistics from the University of Potsdam. I wrote my thesis on Anti Agreement in Turkish relative clauses, aiming to disambiguate what case and agreement patterns are grammatical across nonsubject relative clauses in particular, and how good of a predictor the subject's specificity is. I conducted an online experiment with about 80 participants with results that could not fully verify either of the analyses proposed this far. You can download my thesis from the list of publications.