Theoretical and practical research resources

Meeting with professor Noam Chomsky: on particles and future of linguistic research

A significant event in the research project conducted by PhD student Liudmila Savelyeva was a meeting and conversation with the prominent American linguist, politician and philosopher Noam Chomsky.

Noam Chomsky is the founder of the concept of generative linguistics, the author of the classification of formal languages. N. Chomsky is a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and also currently teaches at the University of Arizona (Tucson).  »»»

Grow with Google NYC

To obtain skills in working with cloud resources, improve skills in working with Google tools and develop a concept for introducing particle functionality into programs based on artificial intelligence, PhD student Liudmila Savelyeva took part in workshops of the Google center - Grow with Google New York City.  »»»

Library of Congress

To expand the theoretical base of the study, PhD student Liudmila Savelyeva has carried out research with materials from the US Library of Congress. 

The Library of Congress - Central Research Library, US National Library. The library is located in Washington, DC and has unique collections in various fields of study. Work with the materials in this library can be carried out by registered researchers from all over the world.  »»»

University of California in Los Angeles (UC LA)

Within the research project, the graduate student visited the University of California at Los Angeles and worked at the Powell Library's central library.  »»»

Stanford University: particles research

As part of the Stanford University program, the graduate student met with leading professors in the Department of Linguistics. One of the professors of the department is Christopher Potts, whose research interest lies in the study of discourse, as well as natural language processing. He is also involved in particle research, advising on the work of graduate students. One of his graduates recently defended the work on the study of German particles and is now applying the results of the study to IT company projects.  »»»

MIT: cloud technologies and AI

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a leader in the field of new technologies and innovative developments. As part of the development of cloud data storage, the research area of ​​the institute in the field of digital transformation is of our particular interest - the presentation of large amounts of data in digital format, the presentation of research results in the format of cloud data storage.  »»»

Stanford: Hoover Institution archives

The Stanford University program also provided an opportunity to work with the archives of the Hoover Institute. The Hoover Institute is a research center that is part of the Stanford University system.  »»»

Stanford: work with materials in the libraries

As part of the work on a research project, PhD student Liudmila Savelyeva also worked with materials from the central library of Stanford University, the library named after S. Green (Green Library). This library has a rich collection of materials for the study of discourse particles of the English language. The results of working with materials and a review of books are presented in the cloud data website. Video reviews of a number of books on the study of discourse markers and particles in the English language are also available.

Texas University: professor Hans Boas on particles research

As part of a research project, PhD student Liudmila Savelyeva visited the University of Texas, Department of German, where particle research is conducted in the Texas German dialect. One of the leading experts in this project is professor Hans Boas. In his studies, he notes changes occurring in the Texas German dialect, including the processes of the disappearance or change in the functions of German particles.  »»»

Princeton University: Gutenberg Bible and particles in university libraries

In September 2019, Princeton University hosted an exhibition of the Gutenberg Bible, as well as early typography - “Gutenberg & After”. Within the framework of the research project, the graduate student was given the opportunity to study the materials of the exhibition and get acquainted with its exhibits.

 Also, a graduate student worked with materials from the university library. A video review of the results of working with materials is presented on the cloud data warehouse.