Marko Tadić, linguist, full professor at the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Linguistics. He has been the head of the Chair of Algebraic and Computational Linguistics at the same Department since 2001 and an associated member of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts since 2008. He was also a member of the Standing Committee for the Humanities of the European Science Foundation (2009-2012) and a member of the National Council for the Humanities of the National Scientific Council of the Republic of Croatia (2004-2013, 2017-). His interests are in corpus linguistics, computational linguistics, language technologies and research infrastructures in (e-)humanities and social sciences. He published more than 80 papers and 5 books. He is also the co-author of the Croatian Frequency Dictionary (1999). He is also the (co)author of important language resources for the Croatian language such as the Croatian National Corpus (hnk.ffzg.hr), Croatian Morphological Lexicon (Hrvatski morfološki leksikon), Croatian Dependency Treebank (Croatian Dependency Treebank - Zagreb) and the portal Language Technologies for Croatian Language (jthj.ffzg.hr). He was the leader of Croatian teams participating in several nationally funded projects as well as the FP7 RI project CLARIN (CLARIN ERIC: Homepage), FP7 project ACCURAT (www.accurat-project.eu), ICT-PSP projects Let'sMT! (Tilde MT) and CESAR (w.w.cesar-project.net), FP7 project XLike (HomePage - Linux Training), the European Social Fund project HR4EU (HR4EU) and he is now leading the CEF projects MARCELL (https://marcell-project.eu/), EU Presidency Translator (hr.presidencymt.eu) and the Maria Skłodowska-Curie project CLEOPATRA (www.cleopatra-project.eu). He is the president and one of the founders of the Croatian Language Technologies Society.
CV updated on 2021-10-11.