Egon W. Stemle
Egon W. Stemle
Institute for Applied Linguistics
I am a Cognitive Scientist: I study skills like perception, thinking, learning, and language by combining the humanistic and analytical methods of the arts and the formal sciences.
My research focus lies in the area where Computational Linguistics and Artificial Intelligence converge. I work on the creation, standardisation, and interoperability of tools for editing, processing, and annotating linguistic
data and enjoy working together with other scientists on their data, but I also collect or help to collect new data from the Web, from computer-mediated communication and social media, and from language learners.
I am an advocate of open science to make research and data available for others to consult or reuse in new research.
My curiosity in research is driven by the question why humans handle incomplete and – more often than not – inconsistent structured concepts just fine, whereas computational processes are often of little avail or fail completely.
CLARIN K(nowledge)-Centre for Computer-Mediated Communication and Social Media CorporaDuration: July 2021 - December 2023Funding:
Zeit.shift – On a digital journey into yesterday's future: preserving Tyrol's cultural text heritage ...Duration: September 2020 - October 2022
Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure for Italy at Eurac ResearchDuration: March 2017 - December 2023
Digital infrastructure for the South Tyrolean ecosystem of language data and servicesDuration: December 2016 - February 2021
Digital Natives - Digital Immigrants. Writing on Social Network Sites: a corpus-based observation of ...Duration: May 2013 - December 2019Funding:
Lexical combinations and formulaic expressions in multilingual contextsDuration: December 2012 - October 2020
Visualization of Linguistic Information (LInfoVis)Duration: December 2008 - December 2017
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