Department of Linguistics, Rutgers University
18 Seminary Place, New Brunswick NJ
nate.koser@rutgers.edu
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About me

Hello, I’m Nate – a linguistics PhD student at Rutgers University. I’m originally from Canton, NY. I received my undergraduate degree from SUNY Binghamton and spent 5 years in South Korea before entering the program here in New Jersey. I am interested in computational phonology. If you have any questions, you’re always welcome to email me.

Papers

Journal Articles
  • Koser, Nate (under review) The atomic properties of stress. Phonology
Conference Proceedings
  • Dolatian, Hossep, Nate Koser, Jonathan Rawski, and Kristina Strother-Garcia (2021). Computational restrictions on iterative prosodic processes. Annual Meeting on Phonology 2020. pdf

  • Koser, Nate and Adam Jardine (2020). The computational nature of stress assignment. Proceedings of AMP 2019. Stony Brook University. pdf

  • Koser, Nate and Adam Jardine (2019). The complexity of optimizing over strictly local constraints. Proceedings of PLC 43. pdf

  • Koser, Nate, Chris Oakden and Adam Jardine (2019). Tone association and output locality in non-linear structures. Supplemental proceedings of AMP 2018. pdf

Manuscripts
  • Koser, Nate. Acoustic correlates of creaky voice in Yoruba. Ms., Rutgers University. pdf

  • Koser, Nate. A constraint definition language and consequences for stress assignment.. Ms., Rutgers University. pdf

Presentations

Talks
  • Koser, Nate (2020). Bounded lookahead in iterative quantity-insensitive stress assignment RULing XV. Rutgers University. slides

  • Koser, Nate and Adam Jardine (2019). Stress assignment and subsequentiality AMP 2019. Stony Brook University. slides

  • Koser, Nate (2019). Creaky voice in Yoruba. RULing XIV. Rutgers University. slides

  • Koser, Nate and Adam Jardine (2019). The complexity of optimizing over strictly local constraints. PLC 43. slides

  • Koser, Nate and Adam Jardine (2018). Strictly local patterns are closed under optimization. NecPhon 2018. slides

  • Koser, Nate (2018). A constraint definition language and consequences for stress assignment. RULing XIII. Rutgers University. slides

Posters
  • Dolatian, Hossep, Nate Koser, Jonathan Rawski, and Kristina Strother-Garcia (2021). Computational restrictions on iterative prosodic processes. Annual Meeting on Phonology 2020. abstract, poster

  • Koser, Nate, Chris Oakden and Adam Jardine (2018). Tone association and output locality in non-linear structures. AMP 2018. abstract, poster

Teaching

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