Patrick M. Niedzielski

I study morphosyntactic theory and apply it to the study of ancient languages. I have also worked in software at the intersection of systems programming and the verification, specification, and implementation of type-generic software.

Research Interests

Broadly, my research interests are in morphosyntactic theory and in bringing data from ancient languages to bear on questions in linguistic theory.

I have written and spoken about software and computer science, specifically on generic programming in software engineering and on the formalization of computer memories, and on occasion I still upload notes on these topics to this website.