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Voula Gotsoulia

She holds a PhD in Linguistics (with specialisation in computational semantics) (University of Essex), a MA in Computational Linguistics (University of Essex), and a BA in Linguistics (University of Athens). Since 2011, she is a research fellow at the Research Centre for Language Teaching, Testing and Assessment at the Faculty of English Language and Literature (University of Athens). She has evaluated language technology software for large commercial houses (Appen, Oracle, Microsoft USA) and, in cooperation with the Institute for Language and Speech Processing/R.C. “Athena” (ILSP), she has participated in several European and national research projects on lexical resources. She was the principal researcher and coordinator in a project at the ILSP developing a small-scale FrameNet resource for Greek. She has also worked as an expert for the development of the new National Foreign Languages Curriculum, an ongoing project operated by the Institute of Educational Policy. Her current research interests focus on aspects of word meaning representation and the syntax-semantics interface, the representation of language learners' competences, corpus-based descriptions of proficiency scaling, lexical resources and ontologies. Her work appears in international peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings and a book.

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