Research fundings

Short CV

Béatrice Daille has been full professor, Departments of Informatics, at University de Nantes since 2002. From 2002 to 2016, she led the Natural language Processing Team of LINA (10 professors). She was Associate Director of LINA in charge of general affairs and doctoral school (2005-2007), and Associate Director of LINA (2008-2011). Her research interests focus on text mining, terminology processing and discourse analysis in multilingual and multimodal settings. She proposed reference methods for terminology extraction and variant recognition that are presented in her book published by Benjamins in 2017 and implemented in TermSuite software. She was the main coordinator of the European project FP7 STEP TTC (2010-2012). She is co-coordinator of the Master of Computer Sciences (Université de Nantes, Polytech’Nantes, Institut Mines-Télécom Atlantique).
She is currently involved  in national and regional projects dealing with iplagiarism detection in medieval manuscripts, distributional analyis for specialised domains, and multimodal opinion mining.


 Editorial Boards

Associate editor of the International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Issues in Specialized Communication (Terminology )

Language Science Press book collections:

 Phraseology and Multiword Expressions PMWE

 Translation and Multilingual NLP  TMNLP