Notes on Contributors
GOTZON AURREKOETXEA is a Professor of Basque Dialectology at the UPV/EHU (University of the Basque Country). He leads the EUDIA research team, set up to conduct research into Basque Language variation, and the Diatech online software, among others. His publications are devoted to the variation of the Basque language: geolinguistics, sociolinguistics, levelling, dialectometry and corpus.
BRIGITTE BIGI is Researcher in Computer Science at the laboratory ‘Parole et Langage’ in Aix-Marseille University, France. She has published on various aspects on corpus creation, formalization and automatic annotation. Her current research focuses on speech segmentation.
LAIA CUTILLAS is Bachelor in Linguistics by the University of Barcelona. She is currently studying for her doctorate in Theoretical, Computational and Applied Linguistics in the General Linguistics department at the University of Barcelona. She is developing her thesis work on later language development of Catalan as L1. She is a member of the Grup de Recerca per a l’Estudi del Repertori Lingüístic (GRERLI) [Research Group for the Study of Linguistic Repertoire].
ANA DÍAZ-NEGRILLO is a senior lecturer in English Linguistics at the English and German Department of the University of Granada, Spain. Her current research interests include learner corpus research and second language acquisition and English morphology. She has published internationally in these two areas.