Dr. Wang earned his Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Florida. His primary research interests encompass speech production and perception, sound variation, emotional speech recognition, and bilingualism. He is currently employing behavioral, neuroimaging, and computational methods to investigate vocal emotions in American English and Mandarin Chinese, with the ultimate objective of deciphering the intricacies of expression and perception of emotions in speech.
Having joined the Linguistics Department as a postdoctoral researcher and term lecturer, Dr. Wang is not only committed to providing service to the department but is also eager to collaborate with esteemed colleagues on the development of cutting-edge research projects. Furthermore, he is keen on mentoring emerging scholars and designing an innovative curriculum that reflects the latest trends and developments in Phonetics.