8.2016-Professor of German Linguistics at the University of Neuchâtel
2.2009-7.2016postdoctoral researcher, University of Hanover, German Department
4.2006–1.2009postdoctoral research fellow, Leibniz University of Hanover, Department of German Linguistics in the research project “Evidentiality in German” financed by Fritz-Thyssen-Foundation, Supervisor: Gabriele Diewald
2005–1.2009assistant lecturer, University of Hanover, Department of German Linguistics
2.2006 Ph.D., Department of German Linguistics, Leibniz University of Hanover (Germany), dissertation title: “Die Entwicklung der Konstruktion würde + Infinitiv im Deutschen“ (‘The development of the construction würde + infinitive in German’), Advisor: Professor Dr. Gabriele Diewald
10.2003 M.A. (Magistra Artium), Department of German Linguistics, Leibinz University of Hanover (Germany), Major: German Linguistics, Minors: 1. Political science; 2. History
M.A.-thesis: “Die deutsche Konstruktion werden + Infinitiv und ihre Wiedergabe in russischen Übersetzungen“ (‚The German construction werden + infinitive in Russian translations’), Advisor: Professor Dr. Gabriele Diewald
6.2000university degree (diploma), Department of German Philology, University of Kaliningrad (Russia); Diploma-Thesis: “Linguistic characteristics of the analytical and synthetical argumentation method in treatises by Immanuel Kant”
1999visiting scholarship; University of Kiel, Department of German Linguistic