Yana Strakatova

Research coordinator, since 2021

My main tasks as an RTG coordinator include:

- developing the qualification program for PhD students;

- building infrastructure to ensure smooth communication among the members;

- organization of scientific and social events;

- research data management;

- assistance in conducting linguistic experiments;

- supervision of research projects within the RTG;

- writing research proposals.

Since 2023 I also coordinate the Göttingen Centre "Text Structures"


  • since 2018: PhD in General and Computational Linguistics (University of Tübingen, Germany). Title (preliminary): "Lexical-semantic modelling of adjective-noun collocations". Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Erhard Hinrichs
  • 2017 MA in European Languages (Dresden University, Germany); major in Applied Linguistics
  • 2013 Diploma in teaching English and German (Vladimir University, Russia)

    • Research interests

      Lexical semantics, distributional semantics, multi-word expressions, collocations, statistical association measures, digital lexicography, wordnets



      Neele Falk, Yana Strakatova, Eva Huber, and Erhard Hinrichs. 2021. Automatic Classification of Attributes in German Adjective-Noun Phrases. In Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Computational Semantics - Long Papers. Association for Computational Linguistics, pages 239-249

      Erhard Hinrichs, Patricia Fischer, Yana Strakatova. 2021. Rover und TüNDRA: Such- und Visualisierungsplattformen für Wortnetze und Baumbanken. In: Henning Lobin/Andreas Witt/Angelika Wöllstein: Deutsch in Europa. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, pp. 323-328.


      Yana Strakatova, Neele Falk, Isabel Fuhrmann, Erhard Hinrichs, and Daniela Rossmann. 2020. All that glitters is not gold: A gold standard of adjective-noun collocations for German. In Proceedings of The 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, pages 4368–4378, Marseille, France. European Language Resources Association.


      Yana Strakatova and Erhard Hinrichs. 2019. Semantic modelling of adjective-noun collocations using FrameNet. In Proceedings of the Joint Workshop on Multiword Expressions and WordNet (MWE-WN 2019), pages 104–113, Florence, Italy, August. Association for Computational Linguistics.


      Yana Strakatova, Joachim Scharloth, and Nicole Müller. 2018. Narration und Korpus: Datengeleitete Analyse sozialer Skripte am Beispiel von Geburtsgeschichten. In: Maria Lieber / Rebecca Schreiber / Christoph Mayer (Hrsg.): Kulturwissenschaftliche Impulse in Theorie und Praxis: Integration - Evolution? Revolution?. Berlin et al.: Peter Lang. S. 245-274.