Welcome to AntLab! Please check out my recent and upcoming events, and if you see me at a conference please remember to say hello. Also, my software tools are getting quite
a lot of attention recently. So, please make sure you visit the software page to get the latest versions of AntConc, AntWordProfiler, and my other tools.
ESP Journal Special Issue on ESP in Asia
In January of 2014, a special issue of the ESP Journal ,
was dedicated to ESP in Asia. I jointly guest edited this special issue with An Cheng.
Awarded National Prize from JAECS
On September 29, 2012, I was awarded the National Prize of the Japan Association of English Corpus Studies (JAECS)
for contributions to the field of corpus linguistics including the creation of AntConc, AntWordProfiler, and other software tools. I am very honored and would like
to thank the JAECS Board and the members of JAECS for this wonderful award.
Recent and Upcoming Events
- Plenary Speech: March 18, 2016
and Hardaker, C. (2016, March). Applications of FireAnt in forensic (corpus) linguistics: Identifying angels at Ashley Madison. UCREL Corpus Research Seminar given at Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
- Plenary Speech: March 10, 2016
and Michel, M. (2016, March). Introducing EyeChat: A data collection tool for eye-tracking computer mediated communication. UCREL Corpus Research Seminar given at Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
- Plenary Speech: March 2-4, 2016
(2016, March). Tailoring corpus tools for academia and the language industry: A developer's perspective. Plenary speech given at the 8th International Conference on Corpus Linguistics (CILC 2016), Spanish Association for Corpus Linguistics, University of Málaga, Spain.
- Plenary Speech: February 22, 2016
and Hardaker, C. (2016, February). FireAnt Software Launch Event. An invited workshop to celebrate the lanuch of the FireAnt social media analysis tool, ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS), Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
- Keynote lecture: February 11, 2016
(2016, February). Arguments for and against DIY corpus tools creation: A debate about programming. Keynote lecture given at the Corpus Statistics Group Launch Event, Dept. of English Language and Applied Linguistics, Univ. of Birmingham, UK.
- Keynote lecture and workshop: October 29-31, 2015
(2015, October). "Journeying among the disciplines in language consulting: A personal account" (Keynote speech) and "Masterclass on AntConc: Advanced Concordancing and Other Language Analysis Techniques" (Workshop) given at the Mediterranean Editors and Translators Meeting 2015, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal.
- Keynote lecture: October 23-24, 2015
(2015, October). Novel approaches to the teaching and learning of Japanese using corpus linguistics tools and techniques. Keynote speech given at the "Construction of digital resources for learning Japanese" workshop, Department of Interpretation and Translation (DIT), University of Bologna, Italy
- Keynote lecture: October 2, 2015
(2015, October). Selecting Prototypical Texts for Close Reading with Applications in Professional Communication and English for Specific Purposes Research and Teaching. Keynote speech given at The 2015 International Symposium on English for Professional Communication and Instructional Technology, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
- Invited lecture: September 15, 2015
(2015, September). Applications of AntLab Tools in Asian Language Translation Tasks. Paper presented at the Tokyo Interest Group in Translation and Translation Process Research, National Institute of Informatics, September 15, 2015, Tokyo, Japan.
- CL 2015: July 20-24, 2015
and Baker P. (2015, July). ProtAnt: A Freeware Tool for Automated Prototypical Text Detection. Presentation given at Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
- CL 2015: July 20-24, 2015
Wattam, S., Coole, M., Mariani, J., Rayson, P., and Vidler J. (2015, July). Brainstorming the next generation of corpus software. Workshop given at Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK.
- Distinguished Lecture Series: May 23/24/30/31, 2015
(2015, May). Applications of Corpus Linguistics in Language Materials Design and In-Class Teaching and Learning. Distinguished Lecture Series given at Temple University Japan, Tokyo/Osaka, Japan.
- New Book Series: January, 2011
- Science and Engineering English Marathon: Basic Course (Input Lab). ALC Press, Tokyo: Japan
- New Book: September, 2010
- Presenting Research in Science and Engineering (Second Edition). DTP Publishing, Tokyo:Japan
- L. Anthony (1997).
'English for Specific Purposes: What does it mean? Why is it different?'. On-CUE. Vol. 5., No. 3., pp. 9-10.