University of Haute-Alsace for IATE: Cyberspace


Short presentation of the project

The objective of this project is twofold. First, we aim MA students to deal with terminological databases: creation, storage, and use for professional purposes. Second, we aim to get them familiarized with under-represented domains of specialization such as smart materials, cyberspace, mobility, epigenetics, and language acquisition. The students are expected to co-work in teams of 3 or 4 people each. Special attention will be paid to the bibliographical sources from where the terms are extracted. Working with printed sources and peer-review scientific journals will be encouraged as a quality factor.

The University of Upper Alsace’s TermCoord’s project is to be carried by 15 students at their first year of MA degree in Technical & Scientific Translations plus 4 Erasmus students coming from other countries.

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Open termlist

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  • Aguilar, Alexia
  • Astorga-Rogas, Gonzalo
  • Boudet, Maud
  • Brellmann, Julie
  • Carbone, Alessia
  • Chapelle, Anna
  • Egensperger, Julien
  • Guignard, Emilie
  • Henric, Julie
  • Marco, Berta
  • Marinez-Norena, Elisa
  • Montañés, Marcos
  • Muller, Manon
  • Page, Iphigénie
  • Romero, Teresa
  • Val, Jêrome
  • Vetter, Mélanie
  • Villard, Anaïs
  • Wira, Florent

Project Coordinator

Isabel Repiso – Associate Professor at the University of Upper Alsace

Isabel Repiso

Associate professor Isabel Repiso teaches Terminology, Corpora, and Specialized translation at the Department of Applied Languages. She graduated in Translation Studies at the University of Salamanca, and received her PhD in Linguistics at the University of Aix-Marseille in 2013. After Post-doctoral training at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, she was appointed as Associate Professor at the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences (University of Upper Alsace) in 2015. In 2014 she has been awarded the Doctoral Dissertation Award established by the University of Aix-Marseille for the strand ‘Cognition, Language, and Education’. Her research interests include language acquisition and corpus linguistics.

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