Portrait and Research Interests
Gerold Schneider is a computational linguist, corpus linguist and English linguist.
He has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles.
His research interests include corpus linguistics, syntax, robust parsing, semantic mining, cognitive linguistics, digital humanities, automated media content analysis. He is scientific programmer, corpus linguist and senior lecturer at the Department of English, and senior lecturer (Privatdozent) and project leader at the Institute of Computational Linguistics (Gerold Schneider's webpage at CL).
In the winter term 2017/18 I have worked as Substituting Professor for German Linguistics at TU Dortmund University.
I have worked at the linguistics department of University of Konstanz, substituting Prof. Dr. Miriam Butt from 2015 to 2017 as Professor of Computational and General Linguistics.
He is a member of the Zurich Center for Linguistics (Zürcher Kompetenzzentrum Linguistik) and of the ARCHER consortium. Gerold is a member of the executive board of ICAME (International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English).