Dr. phil. Lu Wang




Tel. -
Raum B 322


Quantitative linguistics

Computational linguistics




Wang, L., Köhler, R. & Tuzzi, A. (Eds.). (2018). Structure, Function and Process in Texts. Trier: Ram Verlag. www.ram-verlag.eu/books-e-books/linguistics-2/



Wang, L., & Guo, Y. (2018). Part-of-speech studies in German, Dutch, English and Chinese. In: Structure, Function and Process in Texts: 55-66. Trier: Ram Verlag. www.ram-verlag.eu/books-e-books/linguistics-2/

Wang, L. (2017). Synergetic studies on Chinese lexical structure. In: Kelih, E., Knight, R., Macutek, J. & Wilson, A. (eds.) Issues in Quantitative Linguistics 4: 61-81. Trier: Ram Verlag. www.ram-verlag.eu/4974-2/

Wang, L. (2016). Part-of-speech studies in Chinese. In: Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 23 (3), 235-255. www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09296174.2016.1169851

Wang, L. (2014). Synergetic Studies on Some Properties of Lexical Structures in Chinese. In: Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 21 (2), 177-197. www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09296174.2014.882186

Wang, L. (2014). Part-of-speech Concentration. In: Altmann, G., Čech, R., Mačutek, J. & Uhlirova, L. (eds.) Empirical Approaches to Text and Language Analysis: 114-131. Trier: Ram Verlag. www.ram-verlag.eu/empirical-approaches-text-language-analysis/

Wang, L. (2012). Word length in Chinese. In: Köhler, R. & Altmann, G. (eds.) Issues in Quantitative Linguistics 3: 39-53. Trier: Ram Verlag. www.ram-verlag.eu/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/studies13cont.pdf Wang, L. (2011). Polysemy and Word Length in Chinese. In: Glottometrics 22, 73-84. www.ram-verlag.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/g22zeit-1.pdf


Ph.D. in Computational Linguistics and Digital Humanities (2014) Fachbereich II, University of Trier, Germany (PhD scholarship from China Scholarship Council)

M.A. in Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics (2009) English Department, Dalian Maritime University, China

B.E. in Automation (2006) Automation and Electrical Engineering Department, Dalian Maritime University, China



10. 2017 – now Computational Linguistics and Digital Humanities, University of Trier, Germany

09. 2015 – 05. 2017 English Department, Dalian Maritime University, China




A comparative study on parts of speech of English and Chinese words The National Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities of China



Quantitative Linguistic Research of Contemporary Chinese

The National Social Science Foundation of China