Wang Hong earned her Master’s degree in Linguistics at Northeast Normal University in China and is currently studying Natural Language Processing for her doctoral degree at Northeastern University in Shenyang, China. She has been a teacher of Criminal Investigation at the Police University of China since 2003, where she is a Associate Professor.
Professor Wang is Deputy Director of the Ministry of Public Security Key Laboratory of Questioned Document Examination at the Police University of China. She has been recognized as a Master Instructor, and an outstanding teacher of National Public Security System. Further, she is a member of the National Committee of Criminal Science and Technology Standardization Committee of Intelligent Speech Technology, and Criminal Science. Also Professor Wang serves as a Technology Reserve Expert of the Ministry of Public Security.
Professor Wang has been engaged in author profiling, authorship identification, forensic phonetics teaching, scientific research, and identification for 15 years. She teaches Forensic Linguistics, Questioned Document Examination and Forensic Phonetics for graduate students, undergraduates, and the national training courses held by the Supreme People’s Procuratorate in China, and the China Criminal Science and Technology Association. She has translated John Olsson‘s Forensic Linguistics into Chinese, which is the first translation in forensic science in China. She presided over the formulation of the national standard of Specification for Authorship Identification in Forensics, and the public safety industry standard of Terminology of questioned document examination in Forensics Part 4: Author/speaker profiling and Specification for Author/Speaker’s Region/Birthplace Profiling. She has examined and identified more than 500 cases of author profiling, authorship identification, voiceprint identification and handwriting identification.