New call is open: Apply for a #travelgrant for transnational access to ELEXIS Infrastructures!

ELEXIS is a European Infrastructure which aims to foster cooperation and knowledge exchange between different research communities in lexicography in order to bridge the gap between lesser-resourced languages and those with advanced e-lexicographic experience.

A key activity of the project is to provide transnational access to existing lexicographical milieus in Europe including the resources, tools and expertise of these groups.

The fourth call for visiting grants is now open! Application deadline is January 20th 2020. Further information and participating ELEXIS hosting institutions can be found here.

CC-BY 4.0, Sandra Lehecka
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“The opportunity to access query mechanisms & expertise within ELEXIS is a tremendous gain for my project.” - Asil Çetin

Veni - vidi - vici. Asil Çetin took part in ELEXIS' first call for travel grants and convinced the transnational access committee with his project idea: As an experienced software developer, he is ambitiously chasing his goal to develop a data visualization tool for language varieties, which can be adapted to any language source and any corpus engine. Read the details here:
Henrik Køhler Simonsen
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Henrik Køhler Simonsen, travel grant winner

Henrik Køhler Simonsen is curiously exploring new opportunities for lexicography and wants to go new paths for innovating common business models in terms of digitalization.
Ana de Castro Salgado
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Ana de Castro Salgado, travel grant winner

Ana de Castro Salgado is an experienced lexicographer and currently writing her doctoral thesis at FCSH-UNL / CLUNL. Her mission? To propose guiding criteria for inclusion and description of terms, combining lexicographic and terminological methods. Curious? Us too! So we asked her to answer a few questions: