Xinying Chen, PhD.

Education

2006 Bachelor Degree in Applied Linguistics, Communication University of China, Beijing

2009 Master Degree in Applied Linguistics, Communication University of China, Beijing

2012 PhD in Applied Linguistics, Communication University of China, Beijing

 

Stays Abroad 

Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense / Paris X (2018)

Le Antiche Torri, Sarnano, Italy (2015)

Institut für Informatik, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main (2014/2015)

 

Research Grant Projects

2017 Typological Comparison based on Universal Dependency Treebank, Xi’an Jiaotong University, recruitment program of foreign experts, team leader

2017 Hierarchy Features of Languages, Xi’an Jiaotong University 2017, recruitment program of foreign experts, team leader

2016 Syntactic Network of Modern Chinese, Xi’an Jiaotong University Social Science Fund, team leader

2015 Quantitative Study of Shaanxi Local Literature, Shaanxi State Social Science Fund (2015K001), team leader

2013 Quantitative and Cognitive Research of Chinese Dependency Distance, Ministry of Education Humanities and Social Science Fund (13YJC740112), member of the team

2013 Quantitative Study of the Stylistic Features of News, National Social Science Fund (13CYY022), member of the team

2012 English–Chinese Contrast Study based on Dependency Treebanks, National Social Science Fund (12XYY005), member of the team

2011 Quantitative Study of Modern Chinese, Major Project of National Social Science Fund (11&ZD188), member of the team

2009–2013 Study of Complex Chinese Language Networks, National Social Science Fund (09BYY024), member of the team

2008–2011 Construction and Application Study of Media Language Corpus based on, Dependency Grammar, National 211 Project Fund (BW0357), member of the team

 

Reviews

Journal of Quantitative linguistics

 

Membership

IQLA (International Quantitative Linguistics Association)

 

Career history

from 2018 KČJ OU, researcher

from 2016 Xi’an Jiaotong University, Associate Professor

2012–2016 Xi’an Jiaotong University, Assistant Professor

 
Research topics

Dependencyí syntax

Complex networks