Institute of computational linguistics

  • Institute for Computational Linguistics "A. Zampolli" (CNR-ILC)
  • Pisa CNR Research Area, Via Giuseppe Moruzzi N° 1, 56124 Pisa, Italy

The Institute for Computational Linguistics “A. Zampolli” (CNR-ILC) is a centre of reference in the field of Computational Linguistics at both national and international levels. The institute carries out research activities in strategic scientific areas of the discipline, as well as publishing activities, training and education activities and technology transfer. The research carried out within each area is highly interdisciplinary and involves different professional skills and expertise extending across several disciplines, including Linguistics, Computational Linguistics, and the Digital Humanities.

Monica Monachini

Project member

monica.monachini@ilc.cnr.it

Monica Monachini (PhD) is a senior researcher. She leads the Language Resources and Infrastructure group (LaRI) at CNR-ILC. Her main research interests include: Computational Lexicography and Lexicology; Lexical Semantics; Lexicons; Terminologies; Standards; Metadata; Infrastructural issues related to Language Resources. She has published over 150 articles in journals, books and conferences at an international level; organized several scientific events and participated in several international and national projects. She represents CNR in UNI Committees devoted to Terminology and is an expert delegate in ISO TC37 SC4 Committees for Language Resources Management. She has been nominated by MIUR as National Coordinator of the CLARIN-ERIC Infrastructure for Italy, CLARIN-IT.