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2014-15 masters: Erasmus Mundus LCT and LAP/HAP

The IXA Group offers two masters for 2014/15:

EM LCT: Erasmus Mundus Language and Communication Technologies. The IXA Group runs this Erasmus Mundus Master’s Programme in the field of language processing within a consortium of the following universities: Saarland (coordinator, Germany), Trento (Italy), Malta, Lorraine (France), Charles University (Czech Republic), Groningen (The Netherlands), Melbourne (Australia) […]

RUNASIMI project: processing of Quechua

Ixa Group is collaborating since 2011 with the UNSAAC university (Cusco, Peru). The main goal of this collaboration is to make use of the experience and know-how acquired in Basque automatic processing and apply it to the processing of Quechua, that is also an agglutinative language like Basque.

We are developing a spelling checker, based […]

Ixa Group awarded with the Abbadia Prize

Last December, Ixa Group was awarded with the Abbadia Prize by the Gipuzkoan Provincial Government.

This prize is given every two years to the institutions and people who work in the normalisation of Basque language.

According to the governmental website, the prize was given in the recognition of the new tools created for Basque.

See […]

Seminar: ‘The Lexikoaren Behatokia project’ & ‘Enriching EDBL with Hiztegi Batua’ (12/11/2013)

Topics : The Lexikoaren Behatokia project (X. Artola) + Enriching EDBL with Hiztegi Batua (Gorka Labaka – Xabier Artola) Speakers: Xabier Artola and Gorka Labaka Day: December 11th 2013, Wednesday

The Basque language academy, Euskaltzaindia, launched in 2008 the Lexikoaren Behatokia project (“The Lexicon Observatory”), led by Andoni Sagarna. The objective of the project was […]