Ground Breakers

This web page attempts to draw together a list of people who are actively involved in the advancement of the Text Analytics field. That is, these people are the ground-breakers who conduct leading-edge research. They typically work in Universities or leading-edge commercial Research and Development. Please (only) add yourself to this list if you fit this description.

Accenture, USA: Accenture Technology Labs

Alias I, Inc:

Alta Plana:

Bar-Ilan University, Israel: Department of Computer Science

BBN Technologies: Information Extraction

  • Ralph Weischedel

Capital Markets CRC, Sydney, Australia:

Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA: Language Technologies Institute, School of Computer Science

Center for Scientific and Technological Research (ITC-irst): Cognitive and Communication Technologies

Columbia University: Natural Language Processing Group

Cornell University, USA: Computer Science

DFKI GmbH, Germany: Language Technology Lab

Digital Sonata, Australia:

Digital Enterprise Research Institute (DERI), Galway, Ireland:

EC Joint Research Centre, Ispra: Language Technology

Google Research:

  • Dekang Lin

Emory University, Atlanta, USA: Mathematics & Computer Science Department

Hanyang University, Korea: Dept of Computer Science and Engineering

Illinois State University, USA: School of Information Technology

Information Sciences Institute (ISI), USC, California, USA: NL Group, Intelligent Systems Division

Jena University: Langues & Information Engineering Lab (JULIE)

J. Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia: Department of Knowledge Technologies

Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA: Knowledge and Information Systems Science Team

Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia: Centre for Language Technology

Microsoft Research, USA: Text Mining, Search and Navigation Group

Microsoft Live Labs:

The Mitre Corporation: Human Language Technology

National Research Council (CNR), Rome, Italy: Laboratory for Applied Ontology

New Mexico State University, USA: Computing Research Laboratory

New York University: Department of Computer Science

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan: Cyber Communications Laboratory

  • Takaaki Hasegawa

QL2 Software:

SRI International, Menlo Park, CA, USA: AI Center

Stanford University, Stanford, USA: Stanford NLP Group

Syntience Inc., Los Altos, CA, USA:

University of Brighton, UK: Natural Language Technology Group

University of California, Berkley:
School of Information

University of Cambridge, UK: Computer Laboratory

University of Economics, Prague: Faculty of Informatics and Statistics

University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK: ICCS

University of Helsinki: Department of Computer Science

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Beckman Institute

University of Koblenz-Landau: Information Systems and Semantic Web

University of Massachusetts Amherst: Department of Computer Science

The University of Manchester: National Centre for Text Mining (NaCTeM)

University of Michigan, Michigan, USA: Computational Linguistics And Information Retrieval

Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya: Dept. de Llenguatges i Sistemes Informatics

University of Rome: Dipartimento di Informatica

University of Sheffield, UK: Natural Language Processing Research Group

University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia: School of Information Technologies

University of Texas at Austin, USA: Machine Learning Research Group

University of Texas at Dallas, USA: Human Language Technology Research Institute

University of Tokyo: Tsujii Laboratory

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA: School of Computing

University of Washington: Department of Computer Science and Engineering

University of Wisconsin, USA: Dept. of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics

University of Zurich: Department of Informatics

Yahoo!: Research Lab

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