After finishing her Bachelor’s degree in Computational Linguistics at Heidelberg, Jutta Pieper completed her studies in Linguistics with focus on computational linguistics 2017 in Bochum.
Since 2016, she has worked there as research assistant und since 2017 as research associate at the chair of theoretical and computational linguistics.
Although I am primarily interested in computational linguistics, the studies of theoretical linguistics as well as the current involvement in experimental linguistics enhanced my before existing interest for these disciplines.
At the department, I am assigned to the project “Position and Interpretation of adverbials in German”. There, I am mainly occupied with the extraction of relevant data from corpora and with the development of experiments; in particular with the practical implementation. In the long run, I am also concerned with the implementation of an annotation project regarding the issue of experimental designs. Based on those annotations, we aim at gaining new insights into dependencies between parameters of the design and the implementation of experiments respectively.
To conclude, I am happy to be able to deal with issues of computational as well as theoretical and experimental linguistics.
We approach the hypothesis that adverbial modifiers occupy absolute or relative fixed position in German clause structure. Therefore, we conduct experimental studies with test items systematically derived from annotated corpus data. The project is supported by a DFG grant (KI 759/8-1/2).
Börner, Alicia Katharina & Jutta Pieper & Tibor Kiss. 2019/upcoming. The syntactic behaviour of event-internal PPs. Frankfurt, germany.
Börner, Alicia Katharina, Jutta Pieper & Tibor Kiss. 2019. Corpus data in experimental linguistics. In Gattnar, Anja, Robin Hörnig & Melanie Störzer (Eds.). Online Proceedings of Linguistic Evidence 2018, Universität Tübingen, Germany,