(This is a partial list. For a full one, see my CV).
Djalali, Alex. Quantifiers in comparative constructions
of a variety of types. 88th Linguistic Society of
America (88th LSA) Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, MN:
January 2-5, 2014.
Djalali, Alex. Gradability and the logic of adjectival
comparatives. California Universities Semantics and
Pragmatics 6 (CUSP 6). University of California at
Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, October 11-13, 2013.
Djalali, Alex and A. Anttila. A constructive solution
to the ranking problem in Partial Order Optimality
Theory. 21st Manchester Phonology Meeting (MFM 21),
University of Manchester, Manchester, England, May
Djalali, Alex. Reasoning across time and the
syntacticization of semantics. California Universities Semantics and Pragmatics
5 (CUSP 5). San Diego, CA: University of California at San Diego, October
Djalali, Alex. If you own it, then it exists; if
you love it, that says something about you not it: Semantically Conditioned
Case in Finnish. West Cost Conference on Formal Linguistics 30 (WCCFL 30).
Santa Cruz, CA: University of California at Santa Cruz, April 13-15, 2012.
Djalali, Alex, D. Clausen, S. Lauer, K. Schultz, and C.
Potts. Modeling expert effects and common ground using
questions under discussion. AAAI Workshop on Building
Representations of Common Ground with Intelligent
Agents. Washington, DC: Association for the Advancement
of Articial Intelligence, November 4-6, 2011.
Djalali, Alex and C. Potts. Synthetic logic
characterizations of meanings extracted from large
corpora, Workshop on Natural Logic, Proof Theory, and
Computational Semantics, Stanford University, Stanford,
CA, April 8-9, 2011.
Djalali, Alex, S. Grimm, D. Clausen and B. Levin. What
can be ground? Noun type, constructions, and the
Universal grinder. 37th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley
Linguistics Society (BLS 37), Berkeley, CA, February