CentersComputational and applied linguistic research center
The Computational and Applied Linguistics Research Center was established in 2019. It specializes in the field of Computational and Corpus Linguistics and in applying contemporary language technologies in linguistic research. The main applied science division of the Center is the Language Technologies Laboratory. The Laboratory is a partner in CLaDA-BG: the National Interdisciplinary Research E-Infrastructure for Bulgarian Language and Cultural Heritage. Furthermore, the Center is responsible for administering English language e-learning courses at NBU as well as for the language courses in the distance learning courses run by the Center.
MAIN CCAL ACTIVITIES:
- Participation in national and international academic and applied research projects in the field of Computational and Applied Linguistics.
- Development and conducting of distance and e-learning courses and programmes.
- Development and administration of undergraduate and graduate education programmes in the field of applied computer linguistics, language technologies and their implementation in specialized professional spheres, both independently and in cooperation with national and international academic and research institutions.
The Research Center for Computational and Applied Linguistics develops and participates in the development of NBU, national and international projects in the field of computational and applied linguistics
The Center develops electronic courses and distance learning programmes.
It offers undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programmes in the field of translation, language technologies and their applications in specialised professional fields – both independently and in cooperation with academic units in the country and abroad.
The Research Center for Computational and Applied Linguistics at NBU, which is a coordinating partner in the Erasmus Mundus EM TTI "European Masters in Technologies for Translation and Interpreting" programme consortium, is pleased to announce that the Center has been granted access to Phrase for academic purposes - specialized software created specifically for universities offering courses in translation technology.
The Research Center hereby expresses is gratitude to Phrase for providing access to the platform through "Phrase for Academic Purposes".