UHR-B avholdt et introduksjonsseminar om forskningsdata ved Oslo lufthavn Gardermoen 14.–15. november 2016. Koenraad De Smedt presenterte CLARINO. Trolling, representert av Philipp Conzett, annonserte intensjonen om å bli sertifisert som et CLARIN type B senter.
The CLARIN Annual Conference 2016 was heldt in Aix-en-Provence and drew a record number of participants.
The Nordic CLARIN Network is organizing a workshop in Bergen on November 9, 2016. A special theme at this workshop is language data and analysis for the Social and Political Sciences.
On September 23, the LAP (Language Analysis Portal) was publicly launched at IFI, University of Oslo.
On 1 – 2 September 2016, University of Bergen hosted a meeting between the CLARIN ERIC National Coordinators. Among the 19 participants were the National Coordinators of two of the three newest CLARIN ERIC members: Tamás Váradi from Hungary (to the left on the picture) and Jurgita Vaičenonienė from Lithuania (to the right).
CLARIN ERIC now has 19 full member countries, which are each represented by a National Coordinator. Among other things, the National Coordinators coordinate the national level implementation and exploitation of the CLARIN infrastructure between the CLARIN national consortia.
Prof. Koenraad De Smedt (coordinator of the CLARINO project) was interviewed by the University of Bergen. He stated, among other things, that the CLARIN infrastructure is essential to make language resources and tools available across Europe. Read the interview here. (The interview is in Norwegian.)
The Research Council of Norway has appointed Hege Høsøien (head of Research and Dissemination at the National Library of Norway) as Norway’s official delegate to the General Assembly of CLARIN ERIC.
CLARINO was invited to teach at the annual LingPhil Summer School, which took place at Sommerøya outside of Tromsø, Norway, May 29 – June 4. Koenraad De Smedt and Gunn Inger Lyse lectured, and the ph.d. students were given the practical assignment of sketching a data management plan relevant for their own research.
“Camilla Stoltenberg mener datadeling er så viktig at hun kan tenke seg en nasjonal dataplan, etter inspirasjon fra Nasjonal transportplan.
– Det er enormt viktig med datadeling. Det er helt avgjørende for at forskningen skal bli bedre, mer sannferdig, mer åpen, at vi skal ta den i bruk. Jeg ser på data og datadeling som veibygging. Det må til for at forskningen skal blomstre og utvikle seg videre.”
Les hele saken i Forskerforum 10. mai 2016 her.