PhD Thesis Topic
“Lexical-Grammatical Complexity – A missing link in second language acquisition research”
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Alex Housen (VUB); co-supervisor: Magali Paquot, (UCLouvain)
2017 – 2021
Funding body: Research Foundation Flanders (FWO)
Rachel Rubin is a joint PhD student at the VUB and the UCLouvain where she is working on an FWO-funded project investigating lexicogrammatical complexity in L2 Dutch. Her research interests include Second Language Acquisition, learner corpus research, complexity, phraseology, natural language processing, and multilingualism.