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Technologies for Linguistic Analysis
About us:

We are a group of researchers in Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing interested both in theoretical insight as well as industrial applications. Most of us are affiliated to the Institute of Literature and Language Sciences of the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso in Chile.

Members:

Rogelio Nazar

Rogelio nazar is a professor of linguistics at the Institute of Literature and Language Sciences of the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaiso, Chile. He specializes in computational linguistics and currently leads the research group Tecling.com, dedicated to the development of linguistic technologies.

Irene Renau

Irene Renau is a professor of linguistics at the Institute of Literature and Language Sciences of the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaiso. Her main research interest is lexical semantics and the syntax - lexicon interface. She is a member of the Chilean Language Academy.

Gabriela Ferraro

Gabriela Ferraro is a researcher on Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics at the Machine Learning Group, NICTA and an Adjunct Research Fellow at the College of Engineering and Computer Science, Australian National University. She works in the areas of Information Extraction and Computational Lexicology. She is specially interested in applying NLP technologies to make scientific and technical information accessible to laymen.

Rafael Marín

Rafael Marín is a Spanish linguist working at CNRS and Université de Lille 3 et Lille 1. He is a specialist in semantics and Romance Languages and member of the UMR 8163 STL laboratory ("Savoirs, Textes, Langage"). He collaborates in the experiments with taxonomy induction for French.

Hernán Robledo Nakagawa

Hernán Robledo Nakagawa is a teacher of Spanish and obtained a Master's Degree in Reading Comprehension and Text Production. He is currently a PhD student in Linguistics at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile. His research interests are corpus linguistics, text grammar and discourse markers, among others.

Nicolas Acosta

Nicolás Acosta was born in Mendoza, Argentina, in 1996. He studies linguistics at the National University of Cuyo and is also a software developer. He is currently involved as a research associate in our projects and collaborate in the development of web interfaces.

Benjamín López Hidalgo

Benjamín López Hidalgo was born in Llaillay, Chile, in 1995. He studied Hispanic Language and Literature at PUCV.cl, where he worked on the Fondecyt project 11140704, about normal patterns of use of Spanish verbs. He is currently a professor of language and literature, editor at Simulacro ediciones publishing house, and is part of the Fondecyt project 1191204, about regular polysemy of Spanish names.

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Javier Obreque was born in Puchuncaví, Chile, in 1991. He studied Language and Hispanic Literature and Pedagogy in Spanish at PUCV, where he worked on the Fondecyt project 11140704, about normal patterns of use of Spanish verbs. He is currently a professor of language at Duoc UC professional institute and is part of the Fondecyt project 1191204, about regular polisemy of Spanish names.