Anna Bączkowska University of Gdańsk, Poland (Nexus WG4)
Associate Professor, dr habil. in English linguistics, Department of English and Theoretical Linguistics, Institute of English and American Studies. Research areas include Discourse Analysis (media and social media), Corpus Linguistics, Translation studies, language teaching.
Daniela Gifu “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iasi, Romania (Nexus WG4, Task 4.3 co-leader)
Scientific Researcher at the Faculty of Computer Science and part of the NLP Department at the Romanian Academy. Main interests: Web of Linked Data, Sentiment Analysis, Semantic Annotation, Text Categorization, Information Retrieval, Word Sense Disambiguation, Discourse Analysis.
Hugo Gonçalo Oliveira University of Coimbra, Portugal (Nexus WG1, Task 1.5 leader)
Assistant Professor at the Department of Informatics Engineering and researcher at the Center of Informatics and Systems. Main research interests include the domains of Artificial Intelligence, Computational Creativity and Natural Language Processing.
Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk State University of Applied Sciences, Konin, Poland (Nexus WG4, Use Case 4.1.1 coordinator)
Full professor Dr habil. in linguistics, applied linguistics and media studies, Department of Language and Communication. Main interests and publications in Cognitive Corpus Linguistics, Translation, Emotion Studies and Social Media discourses.
Chaya Liebeskind Jerusalem College of Technology, Israel (Nexus WG2, WG3, WG4)
Lecturer and researcher in the Department of Computer Science. Research interests span both NLP and data mining, including Semantic Similarity, Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Morphologically-Rich Languages, Multiword Expressions, Information Retrieval, Text Classification and application of Machine Learning methods to study political interactions on social networks.
Marco Carlo Passarotti Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, Italy (Nexus WG1, WG2)
Associate Professor of Computational Linguistics. Main interests: Linguistic Resources and NLP tools for
historical languages, with a specific focus on Latin. ERC-Consolidator grantee and PI of the project ‘LiLa: Linking Latin’.
Dimitar Trajanov ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje, North Macedonia (Nexus WG4, Use Case 4.3.2 coordinator)
Professor and head of Department of Information Systems and Network Technologies at Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering. Main interests include Data Science, Machine Learning, NLP, FinTech, Semantic Web, Open Data, Sharing Economy, Social Innovation, Technology for Development.
Slavko Žitnik University of Ljubljana, Slovenia (Nexus WG4, Task 4.1 co-leader)
Assistant Professor at the Faculty for Computer and Information Science. Main interests in Natural Language Processing, Semantic Web, knowledge bases, structured data extraction from unstructured sources and databases.
SALLD-1 coordinator: Ilan Kernerman K Dictionaries – Lexicala, Tel Aviv, Israel (Nexus WG4 co-leader)
CEO of KD – Lexicala, Chair of Globalex, Trustee of Adam Kilgarriff Prize, (co-)editor and organizer. Main interests include the interoperability of lexicography with language technologies and data science.