Consortium

CLARIN-IT Founding Member
The Founding Member of the Italian CLARIN Consortium is the Institute for Computational Linguistics "Antonio Zampolli" of the National Research Council of Italy, which was already an active participant in the CLARIN preparatory phase project (2008-2011) and is the CLARIN-IT Executing Institution.
Dr Monica Monachini, Senior Researcher at the aforesaid Institute, is the CLARIN-IT National Coordinator.
 
CLARIN-IT Members
The Italian CLARIN Consortium is being formed and will include several of the major universities and research institutes of the country.
  • The Department of Philology and Literary Criticism of the University of Siena signed the CLARIN-IT Membership Application on 31st January 2017. The membership establishes that the metadata relating to the resources and tools available at the headquarters of the aforesaid organization are deposited in the Repository of the ILC4CLARIN Centre. The research unit involved in CLARIN-IT is the Center for Comparative Studies “I Deug-Su”. The person appointed to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT is Prof. Francesco Vincenzo Stella. Following the deactivation of the Department of Education, Human Sciences and Intercultural Communication (referred to in the CLARIN-IT Former Members section), Prof. Silvia Calamai (involved in CLARIN-IT since 17th November 2016) was affiliated to the Department of Philology and Literary Criticism and appointed to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT (starting from 18th June 2021).
  • The EURAC Research Association (Bolzano) signed the CLARIN-IT Membership Application on 23rd October 2017. The membership establishes that the organization creates a Repository compliant with the CLARIN guidelines in which to deposit the metadata relating to the resources and tools available at its headquarters. The research unit involved in CLARIN-IT is the Institute for Applied Linguistics. The persons appointed to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT are the following ones: Dr Andrea Abel, Head of the aforesaid Institute; Dr Egon Waldemar Stemle, Researcher at the same institute; Dr Lionel Nicolas, Senior Researcher at the same institute.
  • The Bruno Kessler Foundation (Trento) signed the CLARIN-IT Membership Application on 18th June 2018. The membership establishes that the metadata relating to the resources and tools available at the headquarters of the aforesaid organization are deposited in the Repository of the ILC4CLARIN Centre. The person appointed to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT is Dr Sara Tonelli.
  • The Archival and Bibliographical Superintendence of Tuscany (Firenze) signed the CLARIN-IT Membership Application on 29th October 2019 and sent it to the CLARIN-IT National Coordinator on 4th November 2019. The person appointed to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT is Dr Maria Francesca Stamuli.
  • The Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology and the Interdepartmental Research Center "URBAN/ECO" of the University of Naples Federico II signed the CLARIN-IT Membership Applications on 23rd January 2020. The memberships establish that the metadata relating to the resources and tools available at the headquarters of the aforesaid organizations are deposited in the Repository of the ILC4CLARIN Centre. The person appointed to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT is Prof. Francesco Cutugno.
  • The Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (Milano) joined CLARIN-IT by signing a Scientific Collaboration Agreement with ILC-CNR (Pisa) within CLARIN on 8th March 2021. The research unit involved in CLARIN-IT is the Interdisciplinary Research Center "CIRCSE". The persons appointed to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT are Prof. Marco Carlo Passarotti, Director of the aforesaid Research Center, and Dr Rachele Sprugnoli, Research Fellow at the aforesaid University (up to 30th December 2021).
  • The University of Parma signed the CLARIN-IT Membership Application on 25th May 2022 and sent it to the CLARIN-IT National Coordinator on 27th May 2022. The membership establishes that the metadata relating to the resources and tools available at the headquarters of the aforesaid organization are deposited in the Repository of the ILC4CLARIN Centre. The persons appointed to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT are Prof. Giulia Raboni, Prof. Anika Nicolosi (involved in CLARIN-IT since 10th October 2017 as a Researcher of the University of Parma expert in Classics and Philology) and Prof. Rachele Sprugnoli (involved in CLARIN-IT since 8th March 2021 as a Research Fellow of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart).
  • The University of Padua signed the CLARIN-IT Membership Application on 5th December 2022 and sent it to the CLARIN-IT National Coordinator on 13th December 2022. The membership establishes that the metadata relating to language resources to be uploaded to the institutional repository of the aforesaid organization are deposited in the Repository of the ILC4CLARIN Centre. The persons appointed to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT are Prof. Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio, Prof. Sebastiano Miccoli and Dr Elena Bianchi.
CLARIN-IT Former Members
  • The Department of Education, Human Sciences and Intercultural Communication of the University of Siena signed the CLARIN-IT Membership Application on 17th November 2016. The membership established that the metadata relating to the resources and tools available at the headquarters of the aforesaid organization were deposited in the Repository of the ILC4CLARIN Centre. The person appointed to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT was Prof. Silvia Calamai. On 17th June 2021 the Department of Education, Human Sciences and Intercultural Communication was deactivated with a Resolution of the Academic Senate of the University. Since 18th June 2021 Prof. Sivia Calamai has continued to be actively involved in CLARIN-IT at the Department of Philology and Literary Criticism.
Other insitutions have expressed their interest to join CLARIN-IT; among these ones, the University of Pisa and the Scuola Normale Superiore (Pisa).
The list of the Consortium Members will be updated as soon as the membership procedures are ended.