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He graduated in Italian Linguistics in 1992. He was involved in Eurotra and MLAP projects (COLSIT and LS-GRAM) at Gruppo Dima and was a one year visiting researcher at DFKI working on Information Extraction. He is one of the CELI s.r.l. co-founders, and was member of CELI Management Board from 1999 to 2009. As a computational linguist and researcher in the field of Information Extraction at CELI he was involved in European and national projects such as Mietta, Mietta-II, TAL, Deep Thought, NEMIS and LUNA.
He graduated in Philosophy of Language and worked since 1990 as a computational linguist at Gruppo DIMA and the Centro per l’Elaborazione del Linguaggio e dell’Informazione (Torino). In 1999 he co-founded CELI s.r.l. (Torino); he has been involved in NLP research projects and commercial projects for Italian and foreign clients. He is part of the management team of Cross Library, CELI and the Semantic Valley Consortium.
Director of ITC-irst from 2004 to 2007, since 2007 he is the Head of the Technological Transfer Office at FBK. Chairman and member of various national scientific committees, scientific board member of international conferences on Microsystems. Expert evaluator for the European Union and MIUR (Italian Ministry for University and Research). Author of a large number of articles and co-author of international patents; referee for scientific journals and conference proceedings. Decisive contributor to the creation of several spin-off companies. He is part of the management team of Cross Library.
He is senior researcher at FBK in Trento, where he is co-responsible of the Research Unit on Human Language Technology. His interests are in the field of Natural Language Processing, particularly the area of semantic interpretation, where he has published more than 130 scientific papers. He has started the realization of computational resources for Italian and coordinates EVALITA, the evaluation campaign for both NLP and speech tools for Italian. He has coordinated international research projects, including QALL-ME, LiveMemories e Excitement. He is contract professor at the University of Bolzano. He is member of the Scientific Committee of Semantic Valley, Celct and Know-Centre (Graz). He currenly coordinates the Italian special interest group on NLP of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence.
He is Full Professor at DISI and at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Trento, and Director of the Language Interaction and Computation Lab at CIMeC. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Rochester in 1994. His main research interest is text mining, particularly entity disambiguation, and coreference resolution. He has been PI in 8 grants, 3 EPSRC projects in the UK (GNOME, ARRAU, AnaWiki) and 2 EU projects (MATE and TRINDI). He is part of the Scientific Board of Cross Library.
She is Assistant Professor at DISI and at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Trento. She obtained her PhD at the University of Utrecht in 2002. She has carried out work on Corpora, Grammar Induction within the Categorial Grammar framework, Interactive Question Answering, Controlled Natural Language, Categorial Type Logic and Digital Libraries. She has been PI within the EU Project CACAO and local coordinator of the EMLCT at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano.
After the Music Accademy and the Bachelor in “History of arts, theatrical and new media”, she obtained a Diploma in “Cultural Management” in Milan. Between 2005 and 2006 she had been working as Orchestral Inspector for the International Youth Orchestra. After holding for 2 years the position of assistant Marketing Director, PR and fundraiser in the Bologna Opera house, in 2010 she moved to Germany. She has been co-working with the Haydn Orchestra of Bolzano and Trento in several occasion and in 2012 she has been working as a project assistant in X-Bridge a FESR-project (European Regional Development Fund). From July 2012, she is holding the position of PR assistant in Cross Library.
He graduated in computer engineering at Politecnico di Milano with a Master Thesis on Wikipedia editors interactions. As a student he gets involved in Semantic Web Technologies and Social Network Analysis. He joins a research project regarding the integration of heterogeneous data sources for public administration, while he continues his studies on the relationship between Wikipedia and Social Networks. He moves to a company to measure his skills applied to an industrial environment. Here he learns more about data indexing, specifically in non relational and graph databases, structured data extraction from textual documents, natural language processing, especially with machine learning techniques. He loves new technologies and good programming.
Degree in Computational Linguistics at the University of Turin with a thesis on Increasing the radio speech speed from the 50s till today. In 2009 she studied linguistics at Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium). From 2004 to 2008 she worked as librarian assistant and cataloguer at the Turin public libraries. She has developed experience in working with systems of synthesis and speech recognition - as team leader in working groups with native speakers (Dutch, Turkish, Canadian French, Portuguese)-, research and development from phonetic and morphological processing systems for NPL. Actually she is computational linguist for Celi srl, Blogmeter and Cross Library.