Aki Siegel has a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics from Newcastle University, UK. She researches second language use and development in English as a lingua franca and multilingual interactions. Recently, she is interested in how relationships are co-constructed and develop in second language interactions. She is also a member of the ReMoDEL project funded by the Swedish Research Council (2024-2026).
I am researching on longitudinal interactions between students from Japan and Sweden from a micro-analytic perspective, focusing on how English as a lingua franca is used to co-construct relationships and how language use changes overtime.
I am also a member of the ReMODEL project funded by the Swedish Research Council (2024-2026). We are investigating students' real-time listening comprehension in English as a Medium of Instruction university classes. https://www.su.se/english/research/research-projects/real-time-monitoring-of-dynamic-english-listening-remodel?open-collapse-boxes=research-project-members
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