Ana Vujasić
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Adapting dictionary writing systems and other platforms to online dictionaries of idioms – Jelena Parizoska

Being an avid dictionary user herself, Jelena Parizoska wrote her PhD on the ‘variability of verbal idioms in English and Croatian within the cognitive linguistic framework.’ To learn how to incorporate certain features into the Online Dictionary of Croatian Idioms, she applied for a research grant to visit the Jožef Stefan Institute in Slovenia.
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Annika Simonsen: Report on ELEXIS research visit out now

Annika Simonsen was granted to visit ELEXIS infrastructures in Denmark, one of the most important research centres for Natural Language Processing (NLP) in the North, specialising in language technology for the West Nordic languages - her perfect matches to push her grant winning project Ravnur, a Faroese Speech Recognizer, to the next level.
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ELEXIS Visiting Grants: Research Update from Annika Simonsen

"I am grateful that we could make this visit happen and I am looking forward to implementing all this newly-learned knowledge into the project back at home."
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Ravnur: the Faroese Speech Recognizer – Annika Simonsen

Annika Simonsen is ambitiously contributing to the establishment of the lexicographic landscape in the Faroese language: Via the Ravnur Project she intends to push language technology, especially speech recognition in Faroese, further. Det Danske Sprog-og Litteraturselskab (DSL, Denmark) & the University of Copenhagen (UCPH, Denmark) are her perfect matches to get the ball rolling.
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Creating a German-Latvian LSP glossary – Silga Sviķe

Silga Svike is a teacher, linguist and researcher focusing on special domain dictionaries. Her research visit takes her to the ACDH-CH where she aims to create a bilingual digital LSP corpus in order to translate specialized literature.
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Building a specialized Corpus in Macedonian – Nikolche Mickoski

As an experienced translator, interpreter and terminologist, Nikolche Mickoski set his goal to tackle the problem of the lack of a national Macedonian corpus by building one from specialized scientific publications, published by the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts.
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A corpus-based method for extracting polylexical units – Eglantina Gishti

In order to overcome the methodological, quantitative and qualitative gap between various dictionaries Eglantina Gishti is working with on a daily basis, she decided to visit ELEXIS infrastructures in Denmark to learn how to develop and improve tools and services needed for her work.
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NLP meets Lexicography – L. Espinosa Anke

Luis Espinosa Anke is an NLP expert and is currently working on a software to support lexicographers' work: He thinks 'outside the box', explores and exploits new ways for creating and compiling dictionaries.
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English for Specific Purposes: New Ways for Teaching – L. Sanz Valdivieso

Lucía Sanz Valdivieso is ambitiously working on creating and developing new interoperative resources for Lexicography and Terminology: ELEXIS accompanies her on her journey to explore innovative methods for teaching English for specific purposes.
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Research Update from Daria Lazić

It has been an eventful first week in Denmark, but Daria Lazić has managed to provide us with a short update about her research visit: