Swarnendu

I'm a Pre-Doctoral Research assistant working at Morphemes & Meaning Lab , Queen Mary University of London on the SAVANT Project (Systematicity and Variation in Word Structure Processing Across Languages: A Neuro-Typology Approach), funded by ERSC with PI Linnaea Stockall and CO-I's: Dustin A. Chacón and Alec Marantz.

I hold a Masters in Linguistics and an undergraduate degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering .

NEWS


2023

  • New Preprint Up: How long is long? Word length effects in reading correspond to minimal graphemic units: An MEG study in Bangla

  • Presented my research at SNL (Marseillie) [Poster] & ACCS-X (Kanpur) [Poster]

  • Two invited talks; One at a public event on May 20th in Ljubljana attened by Her Excellency Mrs. Tiffany Sadler, U.K. Ambassador to Slovenia, and Her Excellency Mrs. Namrata Kumar, Indian Ambassador to Slovenia. I was later inivited for high tea at the Indian Embassy where we discussed importance of international scientific collaboration, and the value of linguistic diversity.

2022

  • Presented my research at AMLaP (York) [Poster] , SNL (Philadelphia) [Poster] & ACCS-9 (New Delhi) [Poster]

  • I was interviewed by DBC News Bangla for their segment on International Mother Language Day, where I spoke about our Reseach on Bangla (SAVANT). Here is the link to the full video.


2021