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I lead the Research Group in language technology and computational linguistics

  • PULS: Web-scale surveillance of news media
  • Revita Support for language learning, and revitalization of endangered languages.
    • Funded by the Academy of Finland
  • Etymon: Modeling language evolution and genetic relationships among languages
    • Analyzing data from Uralic and other language families
    • Funded by the Academy of Finland, the UraLink Project
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Publications on Google Scholar.

Edited Collections:

  1. Thierry Poibeau, Horacio Saggion, Jakub Piskorski, Roman Yangarber (Eds.)
    Theory and Applications of Natural Language Processing. Springer-Verlag (2013) Berlin, Heidelberg

    Cover: Multi-source, Multilingual Information                           Extraction and Summarization

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Modeling Linguistic Relationships and Language Evolution
Invited speaker at University of Saarland Colloquium: Distinguished Speakers in Language Science
(2016) Saarbrücken, Germany
Language technology for large-scale surveillance of open information sources
Invited speaker at Workshop on Innovation in Border Control, Co-located with the European Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (EISIC)
(2013) Uppsala, Sweden
Discovering complex networks of events and relations in News Surveillance    (video)
Keynote speaker at the 4th International Symposium on Open Source Intelligence and Web Mining (OSINT-WM) in conjuction with the European Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (European ISI 2011)
(2011) Athens, Greece.

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Course: Weakly-supervised Learning for Information Extraction     (pdf)
ESSLLI-2007: European Summer School on Language, Logic and Information,
with Mark Stevenson (University of Sheffield, UK)
(2007) Dublin, Ireland
Tutorial: Two-level morphology
Part of the course Introduction to Natural Language Processing
(with examples and exercises)
(2009-2012) University of Helsinki

Please see the respective Project pages.

Roman Yangarber



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