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Common Language Resource sand Technology Infrastructure (CLARIN ERIC)
27 April 2021
Modified: 27 April 2021
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Clarin EricProvides advanced digital language resources and tools primarily for scholars and social scientists.

Hungarian member organisation: HUNCLARIN.

Short name CLARIN ERIC
Name Common Language Resources and Technologies Infrastructure
Official website
Year of foundation 2012
ESFRI project/landmark landmark
Headquarters Utrecht, the Netherlands
Number of member countries 21
Participating countries Members: Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Sweden
Observer: France, South Africa, UK
Hungary’s accession 2016
Partner institutions in Hungary Research Institute for Linguistics
University of Szeged
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Department of Telecommunications and Media Informatics
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Centre for Media Research and Education
PPKE Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics
PPKE Hungarian Language Technology Research Group
Morphologic Ltd.
Institute for Computer Science and Control
University of Debrecen
Public administration representative Szilvia Kassai
National Research, Development and Innovation Office
Department of Researcher Excellence
1077 Budapest, Kéthly Anna tér 1.
Phone: +36 1 896 5610
Professional representative Tamás Váradi
research fellow,
Research Institute for Linguistics
Membership payments 2015: -
2016: EUR 5,322 (≈ HUF 1.6 million)
2017: EUR 13,028 (≈ HUF 4 million)
2018: EUR 13,289 (≈ HUF 4.3 million)
2019: EUR 13,554 (≈ HUF 4.7 million)
2020: EUR 13,825 (≈ HUF 5 million)

Benefits of the membership for Hungary

  • The membership gives access for Hungarian researchers to state-of-the-art digital language resources.
  • The integration of digital language resources provides electronic access to remote archives for researchers in linguistics, humanities and social sciences.
Updated: 27 April 2021
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