Tim Ongenae (°1997, Eeklo, Belgium) obtained in 2019 a bachelor’s degree in Linguistics and Literature: English-Latin (Ghent University), in 2020 a master’s degree in Historical Linguistics and Literature (Ghent University) and in 2022 a master's degree in Advanced Studies in Linguistics: Linguistics in a Comparative Perspective (Ghent University & KULeuven). He also started a bachelor’s degree in Italian Linguistics and Literature in 2020. In September 2021, Tim started working on a PhD in Linguistics about labile verbs in the history of Latin and Early Romance within the project “Transitivity oppositions in a diachronic typological perspective. Labile verbs in the history of the Indo-European languages” under the supervision of Prof. Giovanbattista Galdi, Prof. Anne Breitbarth, Prof. Mark Janse and Dr. Leonid Kulikov. His research interests include Latin and Romance linguistics (focus on Late Latin and Early Romance), historical linguistics, diachronic linguistics, linguistic typology, syntax, semantics and corpus linguistics.