Cornelia Tschichold studied and wrote her PhD in Switzerland. For her MA thesis in English linguistics, she worked on a grammar checker for non-native speaker, before going on to write her PhD on the treatment of English multi-word units in computational lexicography. Her current research interests include the acquisition of vocabulary and phraseology and computer-assisted language learning (CALL).
- (2011). Review of Lexical Meaning by M. Lynne Murphy. Cambridge University Press (2010). LINGUIST List 22.3570
- (2010). 'From lexical database to intelligent vocabulary trainers'. IneLexicography in the 21st Century: New Challenges, New Applications. Proceedings of eLex 2009". Sylviane Granger and Magali Paquot (eds) Cahiers du CENTAL. Vol 7. 445-450
- (2010). 'Symposium "Framworks for ICALL"'. in New Trends in CALL: working together. Ed. Ana Gimeno Sanz. Proceedings of EuroCALL 2009. 331-336. (with Mat Schulze & Peter Wood)
- (2009). Review of Errors and Intelligence in Computer-Assisted Language Learning: Parsers and Pedagogues, by Trude Heift & Mathias Schulze. Routledge (2007). ReCALL 21 (1) 130-133.
- (2008). ‘A computational lexicography approach to phraseologisms’. In Sylviane Granger & Fanny Meunier (eds.) Phraseology: An interdisciplinary perspective. John Benjamins, Amsterdam. 361-376.
- (2006). ‘Intelligent CALL: The magnitude of the task’. In Piet Mertens, Cédrick Fairon, Anne Dister & Patrick Watrin (eds.) Verbum ex machina. Presses universitaires de Louvain. 806-814.
- (2004). ‘Idioms and collocations in computational linguistics’. In Allerton, Nesselhauf & Skandera (eds.). Phraseological Units: basic concepts and their application. Basel: Schwabe. 157-170.
- (2003). English Core Linguistics: Essays in Honour of D.J. Allerton. Bern: Peter Lang.
- (2003). ‘Lexically Driven Error Detection and Correction’. Calico Journal 20 (3). 549-559.
- (2002). ‘Collocations in CALL – An investigation of vocabulary-building software for EFL’. Computer-Assisted Language Learning 15 (3) 251-279. (with Nadja Nesselhauf)