We are the natural language processing chair and research group of the computer science institute at the University of Tartu. Our work includes research projects as well as collaborations with industrial partners and the public sector. Our areas of expertise include linguistic resources, semantic networks and representations, machine translation, syntax and morphology.
- February: we are happy to welcome two new research fellow in our group: Eduard Barbu and Francis Tyers!
- On January 3rd at 16.15 Siim Orasmaa will be defending his PhD thesis „Explorations of the Problem of Broad-coverage and General Domain Event Analysis: The Estonian Experience“. Location: J.Liivi 2 - 405.
- The Robotex exhibition in Tallinn (December 2nd-4th) includes our creation -- Manivald: interpretation of contemporary Estonian speech in XVIII century Estonian!
- Announcing an invited talk on machine translation and post-editing by Samuel Läubli from Uni. Zürich. The talk will take place in Liivi 2 - 317, on October 26th at 10:15. Every MT/NLP enthusiast is welcome to join!
- Our group has started an industrial collaboration project Semu on the topic of semantic relatedness and paraphrasing. The project is supported by Enterprise Estonia, and will run between October 2016 and May 2017!