NCC Lead Slovakia
Dr. Radovan Garabík works at the Ludovit Stur Institute of Linguistics at the Slovak Academy of Sciences. Originally, he studied nuclear physics. Later his research interest turned into Computational linguistics.
Currently, he participates in international projects, like the Nexus Linguarum and MARCELL. On the national level, he takes part in the project SNK (Slovak National Corpus).
In the area of computational linguistics, he authored and co-authored more than 60 scientific papers and conference proceedings.
Dr. Radovan Garabík works at the Ľudovít Štúr Institute of Linguistics, Slovak Academy of Sciences. His research interests cover corpus
linguistics, natural language processing, computational linguistics, human language technology and modern digital lexicography. He is the main architect of the Slovak National Corpus project, a huge representative corpus of modern Slovak, together with relevant NLP tools for Slovak, such as Slovak language morphology analysis and POS tagging. He also led development of several other significant resources: Slovak WordNet, Slovak Multext East morphosyntactic specification, several parallel corpora.
He represented Ľ. Štúr Institute of Linguistics in following European projects: MONDILEX – Conceptual Modelling of Networking of Centres for High-Quality Research in Slavic Lexicography and Their Digital Resources; Slovak Online; CESAR – CEntral and South-east europeAn Resources; NETWORDS – The European Network on Word Structure; EuroMatrixPlus “Bringing Machine Translation for European Languages to the User” ; www.slovake.eu – Extending the offer of the e-learning platform for the Slovak language; lingvo.info; MARCELL – Multilingual Resources for CEF.AT in the legal domain; CURLICAT – Curated Multilingual Language Resources for CEF AT; Nexus Linguarum – European network for Web-centred linguistic data science, LITHME – Language in the Human-Machine Era. He is the principal author of several specialized dictionaries of contemporary Slovak language.