I am about to graduate from the University of Edinburgh, where I wrote my thesis on language variation and change from a cultural evolutionary perspective, supervised by Simon Kirby, Kenny Smith and Richard Blythe at the Centre for Language Evolution, followed by a stay as a visiting researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen.
You can find a lot of the code I write over on Github, among them projects like my “vaguely apocalyptic interactive art installation” sonic gray goo which was exhibited at Hidden Door Festival in Edinburgh in 2015. When I’m not busy marvelling at maps I also sing, play bass and guitar (as well as the occasional ukulele and keybord) in a band called sick kids of edinburgh. I was previously also a member of the ever-(r)evolving Nice Church.
I might also be the only person who actually uses Google+.
See my full list of publications
Kevin Stadler, Richard A. Blythe, Kenny Smith, and Simon Kirby. Momentum in language change: a model of self-actuating s-shaped curves. Language Dynamics and Change, 6(2):171-198, 2016. [ bib | DOI | Abstract ]
Kevin Stadler and E Jamieson. Age vectors of categorical variables: quantifying speakers’ knowledge about ongoing syntactic changes in Shetland Scots. In New Ways of Analyzing Variation 45, Toronto, 2016. [ bib | .pdf | Abstract ]
I have previously tutored courses on Introduction to linguistics, Phonetic analysis and empirical methods (in sociolinguistics), History of the Indo-European languages, Introduction to algorithms & data structures, Introduction to programming (in Java) as well as taught lectures on Statistics & methods of scientific research.