For the past month, RGCL has hosted three Spanish translators who visited to carry out research and collaborate with members of the group. Pilar Castillo, María Luisa Rodríguez and Mar Ogea are all affiliated with the University of Cordoba in Spain, as well as working as freelance translators specialising in various fields. In addition to drawing on the facilities and research materials available here at Wolverhampton University, they shared the details of their own work with the group over the course of three seminars, information about which can be found below. We wish them the very best in their future endeavours. Continue reading
Hello! We are Marc and Juan, from the University of Franche-Comté (France) and University of Cordova (Spain) respectively. We have been here from the beginning of July, and we are collaborating with people who work in the Research Group.
Marc studied English, and is now studying Natural Language Processing. He is currently working on a pattern dictionary of English verbs with Dr. Sara Moze, and carrying out some annotation tasks related to cyberbullying detection for Dr. Vinita Nahar. Continue reading
We now have a new page dedicated to PhD opportunities with RGCL, which outlines both areas of expertise within the Group and suggested topics for study. This is intended to give an idea of the range of topics that our staff can supervise, but it is by no means restrictive – we are always interested in receiving proposals from applicants who have formulated their own research projects. If you are considering making an application, please contact a relevant member of staff first with details of your proposed research topic. You are also welcome to contact us with any general questions about PhD research or the application process.