is a researcher at the CNRS in France, based in Nice. He is phonologist with specific interests in the interfaces (with morpho-syntax and phonetics) and related aspects of cognitive science, more recently also regarding EEG-based experimental work. He mainly works on the synchrony and diachrony of (Western) Slavic languages and French and is a representative of Government Phonology (Strict CV). He has published an introduction to Strict CV in 2004 (A Lateral Theory of Phonology) and two books about the interface with morpho-syntax: a Guide to interface theories since Troubetzkoy published in 2011 and his own take, Direct Interface, published in 2012. He is also the author of a textbook on syllable structure published in 2015 (in French: Précis de structure syllabique).