(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Svetla Nikolova Boytcheva

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Boytcheva Svetla Nikolova Bulgaria Born on 8 January 1971 in , Bulgaria
Country of study: 
Last degree obtained: 

Sofia University, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics: Ph.D. in Computer Science (24 February 2004).

Scholarly work and publications: 

Semantically Enhanced Adaptive e-Learning System. In: Proc. of 5th International Conference on Emerging e-Learning Technologies and Applications (ICETA -2007), pp. 367-373, S. Slovakia, 6-8 September 2007, Boytcheva and M. Nisheva.

Towards deeper understanding and personalization in eCALL. In: Proc. “eLearning for Computational Linguistics and Computational Linguistics for e-Learning. Workshop at COLING 2004, Geneva, Switzerland 2004, G. Angelova, A. Strupchanska, O. Kalaydjiev, M. Yankova, S. Boytcheva, and I. Vitanova.

Terminological Grid and Free Text Repositories in Computer-Aided Teaching of Foreign Language Terminology. In: Proc. “Language Resources: Integration & Development in e-learning & in Teaching Computational Linguistics”, Workshop at LREC 2004, Lisbon, Portugal 2004 G. Angelova, A. Strupchanska, O. Kalaydjiev, S. Boytcheva, and I. Vitanova.

Towards the assessment of free learner’s utterances in CALL. In: Proc. “NLP and Speech Techonlogies in Advanced Language Learning Systems, In: STIL/ICALL Symposium 2004, Venice, Italy, 2004. S. Boytcheva, I. Vitanova, A. Strupchanska, M.Yankova, G. Angelova.

What the fellow says:

"This fellowship gave me the opportunity to be promoted to Associate Professor in Artificial Intelligence, to have more classes as a lecturer in MSc programmes, and to supervise MSc and PhD students' research projects."