Recent text linguistics examines forms of written communication and interaction, related processes, tasks, strategies, practices, patterns and means, as well as their shaping by time, space and domain.

In disciplinary research, we develop new models and methods for the description and analysis of digital artefacts or for little-studied phenomena such as modality interdependencies in professional interactions, concept genesis or linguistic text mining, for example computer-aided argument analysis.

In interdisciplinary research, we contribute our specialist knowledge to solving applied problems, such as acceptance and usability research, technology communication, change or the design of human-technology interaction.

In the R&D area, we use our knowledge for specific studies, for example communication and acceptance analyzes or usability tests, as well as various types of training courses.