Dernière mise à jour : 29/09/2022


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  • Axes :
  • Développement, Neurocognition, Dysfonctionnements



    2021 - present : PhD. Student, Dynamics of Language Lab (DDL),
    UMR 5596 CNRS - Université Lumière Lyon 2, France
  • Project: ANR PRC AnchorFL (Anchoring Foreign Language Learning) 🔗,
  • directed by Véronique Boulenger (DDL), Alice Roy (DDL), and Claudio Brozzoli (CRNL)

  • 2020 - 2021 : Project Assistant, Program in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language,
    National Chengchi University (NCCU), Taiwan
  • Project I: Higher Education Sprout Project: Sustained progress and rise of universities
  • (MOE 109H122-02; MOE 110H122-02), Ministry of Education (MOE), Taiwan
  • Project II: Higher Education Sprout Project: Enjoy E Learning Hub 🔗
  • (MOE 109H124E-11), Ministry of Education, Taiwan

  • 2020 - 2021 : Project Assistant, MITx Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs),
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA
  • Project: Chinese Language in Culture: Level 1 🔗

  • 2017 - 2020 : Research Assistant
    Phonetics and Psycholinguistics Laboratory, NCCU, Taiwan
  • Project I: Thai students learning Taiwan Mandarin: a corpus-driven and cross-sectional study,
  • (MOST 107-2410-H-004-127; MOST 108-2410-H-004 -098 -MY2),
  • Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Taiwan
  • Project II: Corpora studies in natural language processing 🔗
  • (MOST 107-2420-H-002-007-MY3-W10806), Ministry of Science and Technology, Taiwan
  • Project III: New South Bound Policy: Thai students learning Mandarin lexical tones,
  • (MOE 107F107016), Ministry of Education, Taiwan


    2021 - 2024 : Doctoral School in Neuroscience and Cognition
    Université Lumière Lyon 2, Lyon, France
  • Thesis topic: Motor Representations and Speech Processing in Foreign Language Learning
  • Supervisors: A.C. Roy (DDL, CNRS) and V. Boulenger (DDL, CNRS)

  • 2017 - 2020 : Master of Arts in Linguistics (GPA 4.1/4.2)
    Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Chengchi University (NCCU), Taipei, Taiwan
  • Thesis topic: Lexical Organization in Taiwan Mandarin: Evidence from Word Association Tasks

  • 2018 Fall : Graduate Exchange Program (GPA 3.75/4.00)
    Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders/
    Department of Modern Languages, University of Mississippi, Mississippi, USA
  • Courses: SLP, Phonological disorders, Quantitative linguistics
  • [Funded by International Outgoing Exchange Programs Award, NCCU, Taiwan]

  • 2013 - 2017 : Bachelor of Arts in English (GP 4/4)
    Department of Foreign Language and Literature, National University of Tainan (NUTN), Taiwan


    2018 Spring: Introduction to Phonology, Department of English, NCCU, Taiwan
    2018 Spring: Language and Civilization, Center of General Education, NCCU, Taiwan

    2017 Fall: Cross-strait Humanities and Society Study Camp, NCCU, Taiwan
    2017 Spring: Language Center, Office of International Affairs, NUTN, Taiwan


    Languages: Mandarin (native), English (proficient)
    Linguistics: Praat, E-Prime, SALT (Systematic Analysis of Language Transcripts)
    Experiment: PsychoPy/Pavlovia, Opensesame/Jatos, E-Prime
    Computer: Programming in R/Python, Cygwin


  • Neurolinguistics: Motor-articulatory integration in foreign language learning, Figurative processing
  • Psycholinguistics: Association network, Sentiment comparison
  • Automatic construction of phoneme-aligned spoken corpora


  • 2022 : Intervenante, Stage d'Orthophonie, DDL, Lyon, France
  • 2022 : Intervenante, Biennale des Langues 2022 🔗, Lyon, France


  • 2021 : PhD Full-time Funded Contract, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France
  • 2021 : Annual Master's Thesis Award, National ChengChi University (NCCU), Taiwan
  • 2019 : Conference Travel Grant, Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Taiwan
  • 2018 : International Outgoing Exchange Programs Award, NCCU, Taiwan
  • 2017 : Academic Performance Award, College of Foreign Languages and Literature, NCCU


  • Thèses et mémoires
    • TSENG, T., 2020, "Lexical Organization in Taiwan Mandarin: Evidence from Word Association Tasks", Master's Thesis, Graduate Institute of Linguistics, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan

  • Communications avec actes édités
    • TSENG, T., 2020, "Lexical Networks between Sounds and Meanings in Taiwan Mandarin: Evidence from Psycholinguistics" The 3rd International Białystok-Kyiv Conference on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Białystok, Poland, December, 2019, 29, pp. 37-52, Crossroads. A Journal of English Studies