CONFÉRENCE: Francesca Frontini (CLARIN ERIC), "CLARIN ERIC and its national nodes, an ecosystem for FAIR language resources"
Those of you interested in language resources, technologies, and FAIR principles (with or without prior knowledge of the topic) are cordially invited to attend this presentation by
Francesca Frontini (CLARIN ERIC):
"CLARIN ERIC and its national nodes, an ecosystem for FAIR language resources"
Thursday, 25 November, 2021
(ID de réunion : 654 7757 1803)
Francesca Frontini obtained a PhD at the University of Pavia with a thesis on corpus linguistics; she was a post-doctoral researcher the Institute for Computational Linguistics in Pisa (ILC-CNR), working on several European projects with a focus on computational lexicography and natural language processing. She later was associate professor at Université Paul-Valéry & CNRS in Montpellier. Her research interests lie in Language Resources, Named Entity Recognition and textual analysis; in particular she has worked on NLP methods for the analysis of literary texts and literary criticism. In addition, she has published extensively on issues relating to language resource documentation, preservation and standardisation. Today she is a Research Scientist at ILC-CNR and member of the BoD of the CLARIN ERIC research infrastructure for Language Resources and Technologies.
Should you wish to read up ahead of this event, some background can be gathered here:
- CLARIN ERIC Strategy at a glance (2 pages)
- De Jong, F. M. G., et al. "CLARIN: towards FAIR and responsible data science using language resources." Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2018). 2018.
No registration required, all welcome!
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