Hi my name is Omid Rohanian and I arrived in Wolverhampton in December 2016 from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, where I received my MSc in Computational Linguistics. Continue reading
AUTOR has made the front page of University of Wolverhampton’s new research newsletter ‘RESEARCH MATTERS’ – we are delighted and honoured.
The newsletter celebrates research success and opportunities at University of Wolverhampton.
For anyone wanting to know more about AUTOR or how you can get involved in this great research contact Dr Victoria Yaneva either via telephone on 01902 321630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUTOR’s development can be followed at: www.autor4autism.com.
We are happy to announce TM Cleaner , a software for identifying the translation units in translation memories or parallel corpora that contains segments that are not translations of each other. Continue reading
University of Wolverhampton has joined forces with The Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership and many other key stakeholders to establish the Black Country Smart City Network. The Network will be supported by the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership and University of Wolverhampton who will undertake the organisation of meetings and providing a venue. Continue reading
EXPERT (EXPloiting Empirical appRoaches to Translation) was a Marie Curie FP7 Initial Training Network project with the aim of training young researchers, namely Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) and Experienced Researchers (ERs), to promote the research, development and use of hybrid language translation technologies. Continue reading
Following the successful earlier conferences at Bangalore (2006), Lyon (2007), London (2008), Michigan (2009) , Thunder Bay (2010), Melbourne (2011), Macau (2012), Islamabad (2013), Thailand (2014) and Republic of Korea (South Korea); the eleventh ICDIM event was held in Porto, Portugal. Continue reading
The LWDA 2016 conference was hosted by Hasso-Plattner-Institute (HPI) at the University of Potsdam, September 12-14, 2016. The acronym LWDA expands to “Lernen, Wissen, Daten, Analysen” (“Learning, Knowledge, Data, Analytics”). Continue reading
Everyone at RGCL offers a warm welcome to all of our MA LIP students starting today! If you need anything feel free to come & see our admin team in MC135. The first lecture in ‘computational linguistics’ starts at 3-6pm in MH014. Continue reading
It was a great honour to welcome Prof Farouk Boubadiba from University of Oran, Algeria, to Wolverhampton. Continue reading