Hi there ! I am

ANDREAS WEILINGHOFF

/ and​'ʁe:as 'vaɪlɪŋhɒf /

I am a PhD student and research assistant at TU Dortmund University interested in Scottish English, sociophonetics, forced alignment and ASR technology.

Here are some of my latest/upcoming

Talks, Papers & Conferences

FC. Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2022): 'Investigating vowel duration in the 21st century: Aitken’s Law in naturally spoken Scottish Standard English'. NWAV50 Conference, Stanford University, USA, October 13-15, 2022.

Talk Buschfeld, Sarah; Leuckert, Sven; Weilinghoff, Andreas; Weihs, Claus (2022): 'How 'real' is the quantitative turn? Investigating statistics as the 'new normal' in Corpus Linguistics''. ICAME43 Conference, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK, July 27-30, 2022.

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2022): 'English in Scotland'. Institute of English and American Studies, TU Dresden, Germany, June 29, 2022.

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2022): 'Introduction to Sociophonetics'. Institute of English and American Studies, TU Dresden, Germany, June 28, 2022.

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2021): 'Accelerating transcription work with ASR technology and Python scripting'. English Department, Uni­ver­sity of Münster, Germany, November 15, 2021.

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2021): 'Politics and phonetics: Assessing the influence of party membership on pronunciation among Scottish politicians'. FRLSU2021, LMU Munich, Germany, October 30, 2021 .

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2021): 'Politics and phonetics: Assessing the influence of party membership on rhotic sounds among Scottish politicians'. NWAV49, The University of Texas at Austin, USA, October 20, 2021.

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2021): 'AI and Linguistics: Using ASR technology for transcription work'. GULP (Glasgow University Laboratory of Phonetics), University of Glasgow, United Kingdom, September 30, 2021.

Conference Excited to be part of UKLVC13 at the University of Glasgow, September 08-10, 2021.

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2021): 'Pushing transcription work to the next level – Using ASR and LaBB-CAT for linguistic studies'. ICAME42 Conference, TU Dortmund University, Germany, August 18-21, 2021. You can find all resources of my talk (slides, test file, scripts) here.

Conference Happy to be part of ICAME42 at TU Dortmund University, August 18-21, 2021.

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2021): 'Using and evaluating conditional inference tree modeling for linguistic studies in R'. R User Group and Brown Bag Lunch Series, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany, January 27, 2021.

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2020): ‘Aitken’s Law Revised: Vowel Length in 21st Century Scotland’. ICAME41 Conference, University of Heidelberg, Germany, May 20, 2020.

Conference Happy to be part of ICAME41, University of Heidelberg, Germany, May 20-23, 2020.

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2020): ‘Aitken’s Law Revised: The Scottish Vowel Length Rule in 21st Century Scotland’. GULP (Glasgow University Laboratory of Phonetics), University of Glasgow, United Kingdom, April 2, 2020.

Workshop Happy to be a participant in the SPADE-PAC-PFC Workshop at the University of Glasgow.

Conference Happy to be part of 8th BICLCE conference, University of Bamberg, Germany, September 26-28, 2019.

Conference Happy to be part of Anglistentag 2019, University of Leipzig, Germany, September 22-25, 2019.

Talk Weilinghoff, Andreas (2019): ‘Aitken's Law Revised: A large-scale investigation into the Scottish Vowel Length Rule’. Pluricentricity vs. Pluriareality - Models, Varieties, Approaches, University of Münster, Germany, February 10, 2019.

Conference Happy to be part of Philipp Meer's and Ryan Durgasingh's conference Pluricentricity vs. Pluriareality - Models, Varieties, Approaches, University of Münster, Germany, February 8-10, 2019.

Conference organisation Happy & proud to be part of the organizing team for ICAME42 at TU Dortmund University, August 18-21, 2021.

Award John Sinclair Bursary for best paper by an early career researcher at ICAME41 conference (Heidelberg, Germany).

Affiliate status Special thanks to Prof Jane Stuart-Smith and the GULP team for inviting me to come & work at the University of Glasgow as an affiliated researcher since February 2020.

PhD & Work start Happy & proud to start working as a research assistant & PhD student for Prof Sarah Buschfeld at TU Dortmund University, May, 2019.

FC. Article Weilinghoff, Andreas (2021): "The Scottish Vowel Length Rule and the pluricentricity/pluriareality debate." In Philipp Meer & Ryan Durgasingh (eds.), Pluricentricity and Pluriareality: Dialects, Variation, and Standards. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.