Event name: Panel | CLARIN and Other SSH Platforms: You’ll Never Innovate Alone
Date: Wednesday, 12 October 2022
Time: 10:00 - 10:40 (CEST)
Venue: Hybrid (for registered participants of CLARIN2022)
Panellists: Representatives from SSH Open Marketplace, CLARIN’s Virtual Language Observatory, Europeana, OPERAS|GoTriple, ELEXIS
Moderator: Jan Hajič
About the Panel
Dieter Van Uytvanck
Bio: Dieter Van Uytvanck is the Technical Director of CLARIN. He graduated in Informatics (2002) and Language and Speech Technology (2007) and has been involved in technical infrastructure building since CLARIN’s preparatory phase in 2008. Between 2004 and 2008 he worked in the context of The Language Archive at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, as part-time technical assistant and corpus manager, supporting researchers to annotate, enrich and deposit language data into the institutional repository. After graduating in 2007, he continued to work at the MPI for Psycholinguistics, first in the CLARIN preparatory ESFRI project (until 2011), then in the technical management of the CLARIN-D infrastructure (until 2016). Since early 2016 he has been working full-time as Technical Director of CLARIN . Since 2021, he has also held the title of Vice Executive Director of CLARIN ERIC.
Bio: Simon Krek is a researcher and project manager in the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and project coordinator in ELEXIS. He received a PhD in linguistics from the University of Ljubljana. The topic of his PhD was automatic extraction of lexicographic data from corpora. His main areas of research are lexicography and lexicogrammar, corpus linguistics, natural language processing, language technology infrastructure, and computer-aided language learning and teaching. He is one of the representatives in the CLARIN.SI consortium (http://www.clarin.si) from JSI. He is a member of EURALEX board and the chair of the Innovative e-dictionaries Working Group in European Network of e-Lexicography COST action.
Bio: After working in the banking and insurance sector for 15 years as head of institutional partnerships, Emilie changed fields in 2018. She enrolled in the Master's programme for Digital Technologies Applied to History at the École Nationale des Chartes. In 2019, she joined the Huma-Num team in for the TRIPLE project. As TRIPLE project manager, she is responsible for the administrative and financial aspects of the project, the relations with the European Commission and for honouring the commitments made by the consortium in the Grant Agreement.
Bio: Matej Ďurčo is head of the ACDH-CH’s technical working group 'Tools, Services & Systems' and was one of the key figures in founding the institute. Since 2002, he has been a team member of the ACDH-CH’s institutional predecessors, the Austrian Academy Corpus (AAC) and the Institute for Corpus Linguistics and Text Technology (ICLTT), engaging primarily in corpus linguistics and the development of text technological applications. Since 2009, he has been part of the Austrian research infrastructure's core group, contributing substantially to the development of key technical components such as the Component Metadata Infrastructure, the Federated Content Search and the Vocabulary Repository, both on the local and European level. Currently, he acts as coordinator of the Metadata Curation Task Force in CLARIN and is co-head of the Virtual Competence Centre I (e-Infrastructure) in DARIAH. For his achievements in the build-up of CLARIN, he received the first CLARIN Young Scientist Award in 2014.