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Petra BagoAsst. prof. Petra Bago, PhD

Office hours: Tuesday 09.30-11.00, room E-315 (schedule meeting via e-mail)

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LinkedIn: hr.linkedin.com/in/petrabago

NLP group: http://nlp.ffzg.hr/

Phone: +385-1-4092323

 

Resume:

Petra Bago (scientist ID: 314883) was born on November 18th 1982 in Zagreb. She attended elementary school in Zagreb, Bern (Switzerland) and Sofia (Bulgaria). She graduated from the V. gymnasium in Zagreb, a high school specialized in natural sciences and mathematics.In 2003 she enrolled at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences and the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology. Since 2004 she has been a student teaching assistant at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences. In 2006 as a coauthor she received the Rector's award for student scientific paper titled “Computational preparation, processing and presentation of Peter Loderecker's 7-lingual dictionary on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the print edition” mentored by prof. Damir Boras, PhD, and Nikola Ljubešić, then a science novice at the Department. She graduated at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences and the Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology in 2008.

In the academic year 2008/2009 she enrolled in a postgraduate doctorate program at the Department of Information and Communication Sciences. Since 2009 she has been working at the same department as a science novice on a project “Croatian dictionary heritage and Croatian European identity” of the main researcher full professor Damir Boras, Ph.D. She attained a Ph.D. in September 2014. with a title "Multilevel presentation model of old Croatian dictionary texts" undervision of doctoral advisors full professor Damir Boras, Ph.D and assistant professor Nikola Ljubešić, Ph.D.

She is an active participant in teaching classes at the undergraduate and graduate program on courses "Computer networks", "Text and language processing, "Language data bases", "Information retrieval and natural language processing", "Dictionary knowledge presentation" and "Introduction to lexicography". She attended several courses, summer schools and European intensive programs in Croatia and abroad. 

 

Fields of interest:

  • computational lexicography
  • encyclopaedic science
  • text encoding
  • social-humanistic informatics - digital humanities
  • statistical analysis
  • information retrieval

 

 Publications listed in the Croatian Scientific Bibliography (CROSBI) 

 

Projects:

  • Partner in a scientific Erasmus+ KA2 project “DigiLing - Trans-European e-Learning Hub for Digital Linguistics
  • Local seminar organizer in a SNSF (Swiss National Science Foundation) SCOPES (Scientific co-operation between Eastern Europe and Switzerland) project 160501: Regional Linguistic Data Initiative (ReLDI)
  • Researcher (associate) in a scientific Erasmus+ KA2 project “Europe Engage – Developing a Culture of Civic Engagement through Service-Learning within Higher Education in Europe
  • Researcher (associate) in a EU Structural and Investment Funds project “MemAzija – Memory algorithms and their application in the teaching of Asian languages
  • Coordinator in a collaborative project between the business and academic community “Knowledge Management"
  • Researcher (associate) in ESF (European Social Fund) Operational Programme Efficient Human Resources 2014-2020 project “The adjustment of study programs in the fields of social sciences and humanities to the needs of the labor market
  • Researcher (associate) in a scientific project “Croatian dictionary heritage and Croatian European identity”, funded by the Croatian Ministry of science, education and sport

 

Courses:

  • Text and language processing
  • Language data bases
  • Information retrieval and natural language processing
  • Dictionary knowledge presentation
  • Introduction to lexicography
  • Natural language processing for historical texts
  • Computer networks (2008./2009.-2015./2016.)