Graham Katz is Assistant Professor of Linguistics at Georgetown University, where he heads the Computational Linguistics program. He received his PhD in Linguistics and Cognitive Science from the University of Rochester in 1995. He has held research and teaching positions at the Universities of Tübingen and Osnabrück and at Stanford University. His work focuses on tense and aspect, event semantics, and adverbial modification. In addition, he as worked on temporal annotation for natural language processing and corpus-based semantic investigation.
Introduction to Formal Semantics