Dr Sophiko Daraselia
- Email: email@example.com
- Thesis title: Computational analysis of Morphosyntactic Categories in Georgian
- Supervisors: Dr Serge Sharoff, Dr Diane Nelson, Dr Andrew Hardie
I received my PhD degree in applied linguistics at the School of Languages, Cultures and Societies, University of Leeds in 2019. My PhD thesis title is Computational Analysis of Morphosyntactic Categories in Georgian.
My previous PhD degree is in Philology (Lexicography) from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia. The PhD thesis title is Compilation of New Georgian-European Learner's Dictionary Using Corpus Methodology.
I have obtained my MA degree from Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia. My MA research focused on the Georgian-Italian Dictionary (1629) by Stefano Paolini and Niceforo Irbachi Giorgiano.
The dictionaries that I have worked on include:
- Georgian-Abkhazian-English Frequency Dictionary (2018)
- Georgian-Ossetian-English Frequency Dictionary (2018)
- A Comprehensive English-Georgian Online Dictionary (2011)
- English-Georgian Military Dictionary (2010)
The Corpora that I have worked on include:
My Research Interests include corpus linguistics, lexicography and morphology. In particular, I am interested in corpus design and construction and corpus analysis methods, software tools and application of corpus methods in lexicography. My current research work is focused on computational analysis of morphosyntactic categories in Georgian. My language interests also include other Kartvelian languages - Megrelian and Laz.
Daraselia, Sophiko (2019) Computational Analysis of Morphosyntactic Categories in Georgian. PhD thesis, University of Leeds.
Daraselia S. (2015) Issues of Compilation of New Georgian-European Learner's Dictionary Using the Corpus Methodology. [PhD thesis in Georgian, Abstract in English, Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University 2015].
Daraselia S. and Sharoff S. (2015) Defining Webcorpus-based Lexical Frequency For Georgian. Bulletin of Akaki Tsereteli State University 2015, N01(5), pp 165-171.
Daraselia S. and Sharoff S. (2015) The Main Steps of the Georgian Web-Corpus Construction. Arnold Chikobava Institute of Linguistics, Journal of Linguistics, Volume XXXVIII, pp 52-62.
Daraselia, Sophiko (2019) Computational Analysis of Morphosyntactic Categories in Georgian. Symposium on Corpus Approaches to Lexicogrammar, 22 June 2019, Edge Hill University
Daraselia S. and Hardie A. (2018) A new morphosyntactic annotation schema for Georgian. International Summer School in Digital Humanities, Batumi, Georgia, 24-30 August, 2018.
Daraselia S. and Gersamia R. (2018) POS-tagging approaches for Verbs in Megrelian and Georgian. International Workshop on Computational Approaches to Morphologically Rich Languages (CAMRL2018), University of Leeds, July 3, 2018.
Daraselia S. and Gersamia R. (2018) Laz in Georgia and Turkey: Past and Present. Language and Nature Workshop, University of Leeds, July 2, 2018.
Daraselia S., Nelson D., Sharashenidze N. (2018) Corpus Analysis of Modal Verb unda in Georgian. ‘9th Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies International Biennial Conference 2018’, University of Malta, Valletta, 13-15 June, 2018.
Daraselia S. and Sharoff S. (2015) Error Analyses in Part-of-Speech Tagging in Georgian. International Conference - Language and Modern Technologies IV, Tbilisi, Georgia, 10-15 September, 2015.
Daraselia S. and Sharoff S. (2014) Morphosyntactic Specifications for KaWaC, a Web Corpus for Georgian. International Conference - Humanities in the Information Society II, pp. 326-329, Batumi, Georgia, 24-26 October, 2014.
Daraselia S. and Sharoff S. (2014) Towards Creating a Large Corpus for Georgian, 7th Biennial IVACS Conference, Newcastle University, 19-21 June, 2014.
Daraselia S. (2013) Corpus-based Georgian-English Learner's Dictionary. International Conference -Language and Modern Technologies III, Tbilisi, Georgia, 10-15 September, 2013.
Daraselia S. (2013) Corpus-based Lexicography and the Sketch Engine. Batumi Summer School in Corpus Linguistics, Batumi, Georgia, 24-30 August, 2013.