Tamás Váradi
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Description

Tamás Váradi has a background in Linguistics. Graduated from Eötvös Loránd University in English, Spanish and General and Applied Linguistics in 1976. His interest later turned into Computational Linguistics. In 1990 he spent a year as visiting scholar at Lancaster University where he worked on the compilation of the Parsed LOB Corpus. Between 1991-1995 he taught at London University and worked on the MARSEC project with Lancaster University. Founded the Department of Corpus Linguistics at RIL in 1997 and has actively joined the European scene participating in a series of projects (MATCHPAD, TELRI, CONCEDE, CACAO). He is one of the initiators of the CLARIN infrastructure project and currently coordinates the CESAR project as part of the META-NET community as well as the iTranslate4 project.


Lectures:

lecture
flag Presentation on CLARIN in Hungary
as author at  6th CLARIN Annual Conference, Budapest 2017,
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  lecture
flag META-SHARE in 2013 and beyond – Q/A and Panel Discussionn Member States and Regions
as author at  META-FORUM 2012 - A Strategy for Multilingual Europe, Brussels,
together with: Stephan Oepen (moderator), António Horta Branco, Khalid Choukri, Stelios Piperidis, Hans Uszkoreit, Andrejs Vasiljevs,
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flag The Contribution of CESAR to META-SHARE
as author at  META-FORUM 2012 - A Strategy for Multilingual Europe, Brussels,
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  debate
flag Q/A - The Central and South Eastern European Perspective
as author at  META-FORUM 2011 - Solutions for Multilingual Europe, Budapest,
together with: Marko Tadić, Maciej Ogrodniczuk, Svetla Koeva,
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flag Hungarian Language Technology – From Platform to Alliance
as author at  META-FORUM 2011 - Solutions for Multilingual Europe, Budapest,
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