Project Team

There were three core members of the GeM project team at the conclusion of the project. They are, along with affiliations at that time:

Judy Delin Judy Delin photo

At the beginning of the GeM project, Judy Delin was Senior Lecturer in Language and Linguistics at the Department of English Studies of the University of Stirling and was the manager of the GeM project. Her research interests are in syntax and discourse analysis - especially across languages - the structure of information and the layout of illustrated documents.

Dr Judy Delin
previously at:
Centre for Research in Communication and Language
University of Stirling
Stirling FK9 4LA
Tel: +44 (0)7968 730 219

and now at:
Enterprise IDU
79 High Street, Newport Pagnell
Bucks MK16 8AB
Tel: +44 (0)1908 219 925

Home Page Business Email:judy.delin@enterpriseig.com
EnterpriseIDU
 

John Bateman John Bateman photo

John Bateman is Professor of Applied Linguistics at the English Department of the University of Bremen, specializing in functional and computational linguistics and translation. His research interests include functional linguistic approaches to multilingual and multimodal document design.

John Bateman
FB10, Sprach-und Literaturwissenschaften
Universitšt Bremen
28334 Bremen
Germany.
Tel: +49/421-218-9483 Fax: +49/421-218-4283 (or 218-7801)
Email: bateman@uni-bremen.de
http://www.uni-bremen.de/~bateman

 

Renate Henschel John Bateman photo

Renate Henschel is a computational linguist with specialities in machine translation, multilingual natural language generation, nominal referring expressions, and XML-based linguistic annotation schemes.

Renate Henschel
previously at:
Centre for Research in Communication and Language
University of Stirling
Stirling FK9 4LA
UK

Email: rhenschel@uni-bremen.de

 
Vacancies: there are currently no vacancies for positions on the project

Associates:

Patrick Allen Pat Allen photo

Patrick Allen is Lecturer in Electronic Imaging and Media Communications at the University of Bradford. He has a background in art history and knowledge-based systems. His research interests include illustration and the multimodal text, visual culture and the press.

Patrick Allen
The Department of Electronic Imaging and Media Communications
School of Informatics
University of Bradford
West Yorkshire
BD7 1DP.
T tel: 01274 236139
email: p.t.allen@bradford.ac.uk

 
Past Members:

Stewart Pleace: Web and document design, now Web Team Manager at Scottish Amicable in Stirling.


The project is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. Based at the University of Stirling and the University of Bremen, its principal researchers are at Stirling's Centre for Research in Communication and Language (Judy Delin, Renate Henschel) and the Faculty of Language and Literature at the University of Bremen (John Bateman).
 
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