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Since May 2013 I am the head of the Digital Humanities research group at FBK. I am currently involved in the CREEP EIT Digital Project and the HATEMETER project, both related to automated hate speech monitoring and classification. I am also part of several other digital humanities projects, which can be found here. I am also adjunct professor of Language Interfaces (jointly with Daniele Falavigna) at the Dept. of Psychology and Cognitive Science, University of Trento.
I was involved in the past in several European project: Pescado (keyword extraction), Terence (event-based text simplification), NewsReader (event extration and semantic role recognition) and SIMPATICO (text simplification in the administrative domain).
In 2010 I defended my Phd thesis in "Language Sciences" at Università Ca' Foscari, Venice (advisors: Emanuele Pianta and Prof. Rodolfo Delmonte).
Current Phd Students:
2018 - present: Federico Bonetti, "Gamification for Linguistic Annotation", Doctoral School in Cognitive Science, University of Trento
Past Phd students:
2013 - 2018: Stefano Menini, "Automatic Analysis of Agreement and Disagreement in the Political Domain", ICT Doctoral School, University of Trento
2013 - 2018: Rachele Sprugnoli (now at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan), "Event detection and classification for the Digital Humanities", ICT Doctoral School, University of Trento
My main research interests focus on:
Agreement, Disagreement and Argumentation Mining, especially in the political domain: collaboration with INRIA & University of Nice, Stefano Menini's thesis [link to data, link to datasets], collaboration with University of Mannheim (honorable mention at EMNLP 2017 for joint paper)
Digital Humanities, Historical Data Processing, Digital Cultural Heritage: ALCIDE project [link to demo], RAMBLE-ON application [link to generic system and to system version working with data on Italian Shoah], collaboration with Tommaso Caselli from University of Groningen to create the Content Type corpus [link to data], Matteo Lorenzini's thesis work.
FrameNet, Keyword Extraction and Terminology: my Phd thesis work [link to Italian FrameNet data], collaboration with Luciano Serafini to create a FrameNet-based resource for the Semantic Web [link to data], Keyphrase Digger extraction tool [link to demo and software].