Staat van het Nederlands
Taalunie project in which the current usage of the Dutch language was studied in various domains.
P.I.'s: Frans Hinskens, Johan De Caluwe. Started in 2016.
Mutual Intelligibility of Closely Related Languages in Europe: Linguistic and Non-linguistic Determinants
NWO Free Competion program that aimed at 1) developing a model of intelligibility of closely related languages and 2) investigating the interlanguage speech intelligibility benefit of English as a lingua franca and compare the mutual intelligibility of accented English to that of closely related languages.
P.I.'s: Charlotte Gooskens, Vincent van Heuven. Started in 2011, finished in 2016.
Lautliche und prosodische Variation im Saterland: Saterfriesisch, Niederdeutsch und Hochdeutsch
DFG project aimed at investigating vowel variation and f0 timings in Saterland Frisian and its contact languages Low German and Standard German.
P.I.: Jörg Peters. Started in 2012, finished in 2017.
From Dialect to Regiolect: How this Change is Reflected in the Production and Perception of the Speakers.
NWO VENI program aimed at studying dialect change both in the production and perception of the speakers.
P.I.: Wilbert Heeringa. Supervisor: Frans Hinskens. Started in 2007.
Determinants of Dialectal Variation
NWO program aimed at investigating dialectometrical explanations of pronunciation and syntactic variation.
P.I.: John Nerbonne. Started in 2003, finished in 2010.