Teacher

Ding Hongwei  Professor

Department:Center for Corpora and Intercultural Studies

Tutor:Doctoral Supervisor

Email:hwding@sjtu.edu.cn

Teaching and Research

 

1.Teaching

Prof. Ding has taught many courses in phonetics and phonology, experimental phonetics, speech science, speech technology, and statistics for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

 

2. Research

Her research has concentrated on cross-linguistic studies, phonetics, prosody, and speech synthesis. She has gained extensive practical experiences in interdisciplinary fields, such as phonetics, prosody and speech technology.

 

3. Professional Service

Prof. Ding is officer and a member of the PAC (Permanent Advisory Committee) of SProSIG (Special Interest Group on Speech Prosody) . She has served on the scientific committees of many international conferences, and organized O-COCOSDA/CASLRE 2015 and Speech Prosody 2012 as program chair in Shanghai.

Editor for Springer book series

Organization of Conferences

 

4. Projects

Prof. Ding has achieved nearly 20 projects as principal investigator since 2011 after she came back to China.
Selected Research Grants as Principal Investigator:
  • Major Program of National Social Science Foundation of China (Construction of linguistic resources for mental disorders -- interdisciplinary research in linguistics, cognitive neuroscience and artificial intelligence) (in progress)
  • Shanghai Social Science Project (Acquisition of English as a second language at the prosody-syntax interface) (in progress)
  • Program of National Social Science Foundation of China (Research of cross-linguistic prosody and analysis of foreign accent ) (accomplished)
  • Shanghai Social Science Project (Construction and research of L2 German speech database by Chinese students) (accomplished)
  • Shanghai Pujiang Program (Segmental and Suprasegmental Deviation in the speech of Chinese speakers of German and of German speakers of Chinese) (accomplished)
  • Innovation Program of Shanghai Municipal Education Commission (A cross-linguistic phonetic study and its application in foreign language acquisition) (accomplished)

 

Selected Research Grants as Co-Principal Investigator
  • GRF (Mandarin Alphabetic Words: A study on the role of orthography in morphological and phonological adaptation) (in progress)

 

5. Publications:

Books

  1. Ding, Hongwei: A Syllable-based Chinese Synthesis System. w.e.b. Universitätsverlag, 2001.
  2. Ding, Hongwei: An Acoustic-phonetic Analysis of Chinese in Comparison with German in Text-to-Speech Systems and Foreign Language Speech Learning. TUDpress Verlag, 2013.

Edited Proceedings

  1. Ma, Q., H. Ding, and D. Hirst: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Speech Prosody. Tongji University Press, 2012

Articles and papers

  1. Gao, Y., H. Ding* and P. Birkholz: An acoustic comparison of German tense and lax vowels produced by German native speakers and Mandarin Chinese learners. In: The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148, EL112 (2020). DOI: 10.1121/10.0001628 (SCI indexed)
  2. Lin, Y., H. Ding* and Y. Zhang*: Multisensory Integration of Emotion in Schizophrenic Patients. In: Multisensory Research 2020. DOI:10.1163/22134808-bja10016 (SSCI indexed)
  3. Ding, H. and Y. Li: Tonal Adaptation of Disyllabic Letter-Character Pattern in Mandarin Alphabetical Words. In: Speech Prosody 2020. DOI: 10.21437/SpeechProsody.2020-101 (EI indexed)
  4. Zhang, H., J. Zhang, H. Ding* and Y. Li: Efficacy of Multi-Talker Phonetic Training in Mandarin Tone Perception for Native Pediatric Cochlear Implant Users. In: Speech Prosody 2020. DOI: 10.21437/SpeechProsody.2020-167 (EI indexed)
  5. 李永勤,陶仁霞,卫仁涛,张昊*,丁红卫: “多人言语声”语音训练对人工耳蜗植入儿童声调感知能力干预效果研究.《听力学及言语疾病杂志》 2020 年28 卷 (核心期刊)
  6. Zhang, H., J. Zhang, H. Ding* and Y. Zhang*: Bimodal Benefits for Lexical Tone Recognition: An Investigation on Mandarin-speaking Preschoolers with a Cochlear Implant and a Contralateral Hearing Aid. In: Brain Sciences 2020. DOI:10.3390/brainsci10040238 (SCI indexed,影响因子3.332)
  7. Lin, Y., H. Ding* and Y. Zhang: Prosody Dominates Over Semantics in Emotion Word Processing: Evidence From Cross-Channel and Cross-Modal Stroop Effects. In: Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 2020. DOI:10.1044/2020_JSLHR-19-00258 (SSCI indexed)
  8. Zhang, M. L. Geng, Y. Yang* and H. Ding*: Cohesion in the Discourse of People with Post-stroke Aphasia. In: Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 2020. DOI:10.1080/02699206.2020.1734864 (SSCI indexed)
  9. Lin, Y. and H. Ding*: Multisensory integration of emotions in a face-prosody-semantics Stroop task. In: ICMI 2019.
  10. Li, Y., Y. Lin, H. Ding* and C. Li: Speech databases for mental disorders: A systematic review. In: General Psychiatry, 2019. 32(3).
  11. Ding, H., Y. Zhan, S. Liao and J. Yuan: Preceding vowel duration and syllable-final stop voicing: an examination of L2 English production and perception by Chinese learners of English. In: ICPhS 2019.
  12. Zhang, Y., H. Ding* and H. Zhang: Do cognitive constraints drive second-language listeners' attention to prosodic information in speech?. In: ICPhS 2019.
  13. Zhang, H., J. Zhang, H. Ding and G. Peng: Bimodal benefit in categorical perception of lexical tones for Mandarin-speaking children with cochlear implants. In: ICPhS 2019.
  14. Gao, Y., H. Ding*, P. Birkholz, R. Jäckel and Y. Lin: Perception of German tense and lax vowel contrast by Chinese learners. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2019. Vol. 93, p.25-32.
  15. 张静、张昊、丁红卫: 韵律信息在识别交际意图中的作用. 《实验语言学》 2019年第8卷第1号. p.8-14.
  16. Ding, H., Y. Zhan, J. Yuan and S. Liao: Production of English Stops by Mandarin Chinese Learners. In: Speech Prosody 2018. DOI: 10.21437/SpeechProsody.2018-179.
  17. Ding, H., R. Hoffmann and O. Jokisch: Voice Preference in German: A Cross-linguistic Comparison of Native and Chinese Listeners. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2018. Vol. 90, p.105-112.
  18. Lin, Y., H. Ding* and Y. Zhang*: Emotional Prosody Processing in Schizophrenic Patients: A Selective Review and Meta-Analysis. In: Journal of Clinical Medicine 2018, 7(10), 363. DOI:10.3390/jcm7100363.
  19. Zhang, Y., H. Ding*, P. Zelchenko, X. Cui, Y. Lin, Y. Zhan and H. Zhang: Prosodic disambiguation by Chinese EFL learners in a cooperative game task. In: Speech Prosody 2018. DOI: 10.21437/SpeechProsody.2018-198.
  20. 徐灿、杨小虎、汪玉霞、张辉、丁红卫*、刘畅*: 语音型噪音对二语者汉语元音声调感知的影响.《心理与行为研究》 2018 年01 期.
  21. Jokisch, O., V. Iaroshenko, M. Maruschke and H. Ding: Influence of Age, Gender and Sample Duration on the Charisma Assessment of German Speakers. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2018. Vol. 90, p.224-231.
  22. Chanchaochai, N., C. Cieri, J. Debrah, H. Ding, Y. Jiang, S. Liao, M. Liberman, J. Wright, J. Yuan, J. Zhan and Y. Zhan: GlobalTIMIT: Acoustic-Phonetic Datasets for the World's Languages. In: Interspeech 2018.
  23. Ding, H., Y. Zhang, H. Liu and C.-R. Huang: A Preliminary Phonetic Investigation of Alphabetic Words in Mandarin Chinese. In: Interspeech 2017, p.3028-3032.
  24. Ding, H., R. Hoffmann and O. Jokisch: Prosodic Correlates of Voice Preference in Mandarin Chinese and German: A Cross-linguistic Comparison. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2017. Vol. 86, p.83-90.
  25. Zhang, Y. and H. Ding: A Preliminary Study of Prosodic Disambiguation by Chinese EFL Learners. In: Interspeech 2017, p.374-378.
  26. Zhang, H. and H. Ding: Identification of English Edge Tones by Americans and Chinese Learners of English. In: Proceedings of INTER-NOISE 2017.
  27. Xu, C., C. Liu and H. Ding: Mandarin Speech Recognition in Babble for Chinese- and Korean-Native Listeners. In: Proceedings of INTER-NOISE 2017.
  28. Yuan, J., H. Ding, S. Liao, Y. Zhan and M. Liberman: Chinese TIMIT: A TIMIT-Like Corpus of Standard Chinese. In: O-COCOSDA 2017.
  29. Ding, H. and X. Xu: L2 English Rhythm in Read Speech by Chinese Students. In: Interspeech 2016, p.2696-2700.
  30. Ding, H., R. Hoffmann and D. Hirst: A Prosodic Transfer: A Comparison Study of F0 Patterns in L2 English by Chinese Speakers. In: Speech Prosody 2016, p.756-760.
  31. Ding, H., R. Jäckel and R. Hoffmann: A Preliminary Study on the Inter-lexical Pauses in L2 English Read by Chinese Students. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2016. Vol. 81, p.191-197.
  32. Zhang, Y. and H. Ding: Acoustic features of prosodic boundary by Chinese learners of English as a second language. In: JASA 2016, Vol.140, p.3116.
  33. Xu, C., H. Zhang, Y. Wang and H. Ding: Informational masking of six-talker babble on Mandarin Chinese vowel and tone identification: Comparison between native Chinese and Korean listeners. In: JASA 2016, Vol.140, p.3337.
  34. Zhang, H., L. Xu, C. Xu, X. Yang and H. Ding: Vowel and tone identification of Mandarin Chinese: Comparison between native Chinese and Korean listeners. In: JASA 2016, Vol.140, p.3337.
  35. Ding, H., D. Hirst and R. Hoffmann: Cross-linguistic Prosodic Comparison with OMProDat Database. In: O-COCOSDA/CASLRE 2015, p.212-215.
  36. Ding, H., R. Hoffmann and D. Hirst: An Investigation of English Prosody Produced by Chinese Speakers. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2015. Vol. 78, p.158-164.
  37. Hirst, D. and H. Ding: Using Melody Metrics to Compare English Speech Read by Native Speakers and by L2 Chinese Speakers from Shanghai. In: Interspeech 2015, p.1942-1946.
  38. Ding, H. and R. Hoffmann: An Investigation of Prosodic Features in the German Speech of Chinese Learners. In: Prosody and Language in Contact: L2 Acquisition, Attrition and Languages in Multilingual Situations. Ed. by Delais-Roussarie, E., et al. Springer, 2015, p.221-242.
  39. Ding, H. and R. Hoffmann: A Durational Study of German Speech Rhythm by Chinese Learners. In: Speech Prosody 2014, p.295-299.
  40. Wang, T., H. Ding, J. Kuang and Q. Ma: Mapping Emotions into Acoustic Space: the Role of Voice Quality. In: Interspeech 2014.
  41. Wang, T., H. Ding, Q. Ma and D. Hirst: Automatic Analysis of Emotional Prosody in Mandarin Chinese: Applying the Momel Algorithm. In: Speech Prosody 2014, p.120-124.
  42. Bissiri, M. P., M. Zellers and H. Ding: Perception of Glottalization in Varying Pitch Contexts in Mandarin Chinese. In: Speech Prosody 2014, p.633-637.
  43. Ding, H. and R. Hoffmann: An Investigation of Vowel Epenthesis in Chinese Learners' Production of German Consonants. In: Interspeech 2013, p.1007-1011.
  44. Ding, H., R. Jäckel and R. Hoffmann: A Preliminary Investigation of German Rhythm by Chinese Learners. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2013. Vol. 65, p.79-85.
  45. Ding, H. and R. Jäckel: A Preliminary Longitudinal Investigation of German Speech Rhythm by Chinese Learners. In: Phonetics, Phonology, Languages in Contact (PPLC) 2013, p.76-79.
  46. Ding, H.: Chinese Synthesis in a Multilingual TTS System and a German CAPT System for Chinese Learners. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2013. Vol. 68, p.133-138
  47. Mixdorff, H., A. Hönemann, and H. Ding: Perception of Phrase Boundaries and Prominent Syllables in German. In: Nordic Prosody 2012. Peter Lang. 2013, p.245-254.
  48. Hirst, D., B. Bigi, H. Cho, H. Ding, S. Herment, and T. Wang: Building OMProDat: an open multilingual prosodic database. In: Tools and Resources for the Analysis of Speech Prosody (TRASP) 2013, p.11-14.
  49. Ding, H., O. Jokisch and R. Hoffmann: An Audiovisual Feedback System for Pronunciation Tutoring - Mandarin Chinese Learners of German. In: Cognitive Behavioural Systems, 2012. Springer, p.191-197.
  50. Ding, H. and D. Hirst: A Preliminary Investigation of the Third Tone Sandhi in Standard Chinese with a Prosodic Corpus. In: ISCSLP 2012. IEEE, p.436-439.
  51. Ding, H., R. Hoffmann, H. Hussein and O. Jokisch: An Acoustic Investigation of Chinese Tone 4 Produced by German Learners. In: IALP 2012. IEEE, p.5-8.
  52. Ding, H.: Perception and Production of Mandarin Disyllabic Tones by German Learners. In: Speech Prosody 2012. p.378-381.
  53. Ding, H., O. Jokisch and R. Hoffmann: A Phonetic Investigation of Intonational Foreign Accent in Mandarin Chinese Learners of German. In: Speech Prosody 2012, p.374-377.
  54. Ding, H. and O. Jokisch: A Preliminary Investigation of Tense-Lax Contrast of German Vowels by Chinese Learners. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2012. Vol. 64, p.153-158.
  55. Wang, T., H. Ding and W. Gu: Perceptual Study for Emotional Speech of Mandarin Chinese. In: Speech Prosody 2012, p.653-656.
  56. Do, H. S., H. Hussein, H. Mixdorff, O. Jokisch, H. Ding, Q. Gao, S. Wei, and G. Hu: Evaluation of Benefits from a Computer-Aided Pronunciation Training System for German Learners of Mandarin Chinese. In: Speech Prosody 2012, p.362-365.
  57. Wang, T. and H. Ding: Production and Perception of Nasal Coda Mergence in Hohhot Dialect: From a Prosodic Point of View. In: International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages 2012.
  58. Ding, H., R. Hoffmann, and O. Jokisch: An Investigation of Tone Perception and Production in German Learners of Mandarin. In: Journal Archives of Acoustics, 2011. 36(3), p.509-518.
  59. Ding, H., O. Jokisch and R. Hoffmann: An Acoustic and Perceptive Analysis of Postvocalic /l/ in Mandarin Chinese Learners of German. In: Intern. Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS) 2011, p.580-583.
  60. Jokisch, O., H. Ding, and R. Hoffmann: Acoustic Analysis of Postvocalic /l/ in Chinese Learners of German in the Context of an Overall Perception Experiment. In: Speech and Language Technology in Education (SLaTE), 2011.
  61. Hussein, H., H. S. Do, H. Mixdorff, H. Ding, Q. Gao, G. Hu, S. Wei, and Z. Chao: Mandarin Tone Perception and Production by German Learners. In: Speech and Language Technology in Education (SLaTE), 2011.
  62. Ding, H., O. Jokisch, and R. Hoffmann: Perception and Production of Mandarin Tones by German Speakers. In: Speech Prosody 2010.
  63. Ding, H., H. Mixdorff, and O. Jokisch: Pronunciation of German syllable codas of Mandarin Chinese speakers. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2010. Vol.58, p.281-287.
  64. Hilbert, A., H. Mixdorff, H. Ding, H. Pfitzinger, and O. Jokisch: Prosodic analysis of German produced by Russian and Chinese learners. In: Speech Prosody 2010.
  65. Hussein, H., H. Mixdorff, H. S. Do, S. Wei, S. Gong, H. Ding, Q. Gao, and G. Hu: Towards a Computer-Aided Pronunciation Training System for German Learners of Mandarin – Prosodic Analysis. In: Second Language Studies: Acquisition, Learning, Education and Technology (SLaTE), 2010.
  66. Hussein, H., H. Mixdorff, H. S. Do, S. Wei, Q. Gao, S. Gong, H. Ding and G. Hu: Development of a Computer-Aided Pronunciation Training System for Teaching Mandarin for German Learners – Pronunciation Errors. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2010. Vol. 58, p.288-297.
  67. Ding, H. and O. Jokisch: An Investigation of the Pronunciation of English Words in German SMS Texts. In: Studientexte zur Sprachkommunikation, 2009. Vol. 53, p.396-402.
  68. Ding, H., O. Jokisch, and R. Hoffmann: Perception and Analysis of Chinese-accented German Vowels. In: Journal Archives of Acoustics 32(1), 2007, p.89-100.
  69. Jokisch, O., S. Wittenberg, M. Cuevas, H. Hussein, G. Strecha, H. Ding, and R. Hoffmann: Towards an automatic process chain for the speech corpora annotation. In: SPECOM 2007, p.869-876.
  70. Ding, H., O. Jokisch, and R. Hoffmann: F0 Analysis of Chinese Accented German Speech. In: ISCSLP 2006, p.49-56.
  71. Ding, H., O. Jokisch, and R. Hoffmann: The Effect of Glottalization on Voice Preference. In: Speech Prosody 2006, p.851-854.
  72. Ding, H., O. Jokisch, and R. Hoffmann: Glottalization in Inventory Construction: A Cross-Language Study. In: ISCSLP, 2004, p.37-40.
  73. Ding, H. and O. Jokisch: Grapheme-to-Phoneme Conversion in Mandarin Chinese Text-to-Speech. In: DAGA, 2004, p.1151-1152.
  74. Ding, H., O. Jokisch, and R. Hoffmann: An Advanced American Diphone Inventory from the Phonetic-Acoustic Viewpoint. In: Advances in Speech Technology 2004, p.165-172.
  75. Ding, H., O. Jokisch and R. Hoffmann: Perception and Analysis of Chinese-accented German Vowels. In: Speech Analysis, Synthesis and Recognition, Poland, 2004.
  76. Jokisch, O., G. Strecha, and H. Ding: Multilingual speaker selection for creating a speech synthesis database. In: Advances in Speech Technology (AST), 2004, p.71-73.
  77. Ding, H. and O. Jokisch: Development of a Word Identification Sytem for Mandarin Chinese Synthesis. In: Proc. 13th Czech-German Workshop Speech Processing. 2003, Prague
  78. Ding, H., O. Jokisch, and H. Kruschke: Duration and intonation in Mandarin Chinese synthesis with a neural network. In: ISCSLP 2002, p.265-268.
  79. Jokisch, O., H. Ding, and H. Kruschke: Towards a multilingual prosody model for text-to-speech. In: ICASSP 2002, p.421-424.
  80. Jokisch, O., H. Ding, H. Kruschke, and G. Strecha: Learning syllable duration and intonation of Mandarin Chinese. In: ICSLP 2002, p.1777-1780.
  81. Ding, H. and J. Helbig: Prosodic Alternative Units in a Mandarin Chinese Speech Synthesizer. In: ISCSLP 2000, p.101-104.
  82. Helbig, J. and H. Ding: Prosodische Alternativeinheiten für ein silbenorientiertes chinesisches Sprachsynthesesystem. In: Tagungsband Fortschritte der Akustik 2000, p.346-347.
  83. Ding, H. and J. Helbig: Modeling Duration and Tonal Coarticulation in a Mandarin Chinese Synthesis. In: ISCSLP 1998, p.243-248.
  84. Ding, H. and J. Helbig: Untersuchungen zur Dauersteuerung für ein chinesisches Sprachsynthesesystem. In: Tagungsband Fortschritte der Akustik 1998, p.378-379.
  85. Ding, H. and J. Helbig: Untersuchungen zur Tonkoartikulation für ein chinesisches Sprachsynthesesystem. In: Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 1998, p.123-126.
  86. Ding, H. and J. Helbig: Natural Tone Contours in a Mandarin Chinese Speech Synthesizer. In: ESCA Workshop on Intonation 1997, p.95-98.
  87. Helbig, J. and H. Ding: A Syllable-based Mandarin Chinese Speech Synthesis regarding Cross-syllable Coarticulation Effects. In: ICSP 1997, p.173-176.
  88. Helbig, J. and H. Ding: High Naturalness in A Syllable-Based Chinese TTS System. In: Czech-German Workshop on Speech Processing 1997, p.17-18.
  89. Helbig, J. and H. Ding: Koartikulatorisch motiviertes Inventar für ein chinesisches Sprachsynthesesystem. In: Tagungsband Fortschritte der Akustik 1997, p.388-389.
  90. Ding, H. and J. Helbig: Sprecher- und kontextbedingte Varianz des dritten Vokaltones in chinesischen Silben — Eine akustische Untersuchung. In: Tagungsband Fortschritte der Akustik 1996, p.514-515.
  91. Ding, H. and J. Helbig: Chinesische Sprachsynthese nach dem Prinzip der Verkettung von Zeitfunktionssegmenten. In: Elektronische Sprachsignalverarbeitung 1995, p.105-112.

 

Professional Service

 

Honorary Roles

 

  1. Officer of the PAC (Permanent Advisory Committee) of SProSIG (Special Interest Group on Speech Prosody)
  2. Guest Professor at Institute of Acoustics and Speech Communications, Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, TU Dresden, Germany TU Dresden
  3. Visiting Researcher at the Language Information Technologies Research Center (Jiangsu Higher Institutions' Key Research Base for Philosophy and Social Sciences)

 

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