KATADA, Fusa (片田 房) Professor
ResearchMap site : https://researchmap.jp/read0053677
E-mail : [firstname.lastname@example.org]
My research areas and interests are rather broad, ranging from formal linguistics to atypicalities in language and cognition to language documentation of vernacular languages. As a faculty member of Science and Engineering since 1997, I have explored most accessible ESP for science students and professionals with certain dispositional, autistic tendencies. This work is coined for the notion of auto(multi)lingualism, closely associated with cyber lingua franca, both my terms, which are expected to resolve world-wide linguistic divide in the three Ds of a linguistic chain: i.e., Linguistic Diversity, Linguistic Disparity, and Linguistic Divide (since Katada, 2002).
Administrative roles : Coordinator for Communication Strategies
Courses : Communication Strategies, Special Topics in Functional-English for Basic Math
Formal linguistics (Phonology, Morphology, Syntax), Atypical language and cognition in developmental dyslexia and Williams syndrome, Language for sustainable development of conceptual thinking, Education-for-All, Language documentation of indigenous languages.