Balázs Indig

Personal

E-mail indig.balazs+[If you not write the current year here without brackets, the e-mail will not reach me!]@itk.ppke.hu
About I am working on the core architecture of a psycholinguistically motivated text parser and on other useful software infrastructures.
Research Interests: Natural Language Processing, Parsers, Data mining, Machine Learning, Part-of-Speech tagging, Linguistic Phenomena, Corpus Linguistics, Nonlinear Chaotic Systems, Numerical Computations

AWARDS

2016 For the Nation's Joung Talents Grant founded by the Ministry of Human Capacities ('EMMI') (Nemzet Fiatal Tehetségeiért Ösztöndíj)
Topic: 'Pszicholingvisztikailag motivált számítógépes elemző magyar szövegekre' (A Psycholinguistically Motivated Parser for Hungarian)
2013 National Conference of Scientific Students' Associations ('OTDK') IT Section, II. Prize
Topic: 'Káosz az El Niño egy modelljében – számítógép által segített bizonyítás' (Chaos in a Model of El Niño – a Computer-assisted Proof)

EXPERIENCE

2012 - present Python programing expert (4+ years)
2015 - present Member of MTA-PPKE Hungarian Language Technology Research Group
Topic: A psycholinguistically motivated left-to-right text parser, called AnaGramma.
2015 - 2016 Member of 'e-magyar Digital Language Processing System' project

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2014/I. Operating Systems
Pázmány Péter Catholic University
2013/I-II. Natural Language Processing 1-2
Pázmány Péter Catholic University
2012/II. Functional Analysis
Pázmány Péter Catholic University
2012/I., 2013/I. Nonlinear Dynamical Systems
Pázmány Péter Catholic University

EDUCATION

2012 - present PPKE ITK Multidisciplinary Doctoral School of Sciences and Technology PhD
Supervisor: Gábor Prószéky DSc
Topic: 'Nyelvtechnológiai eszközök együttműködési lehetőségeinek vizsgálata' (Examining the Cooperation Opportunities of NLP Tools)
2010 - 2012 PPKE ITK Engineer IT specialist MSc
Supervisor: Gábor Prószéky DSc
Topic: 'Szoftverkörnyezet létrehozása kötegelt helyesírás-ellenőrzéshez' (Creating a Software Framework for a Batch Spell Checker)
2005 - 2010 ELTE IK Software Engineering BSc
Supervisor: László Hunyadváry CSc
Topic: 'Kiterjesztett reguláris kifejezések közvetlen átírása parciális deriválással' (Direct Rewriting of Extended Regular Expressions with Partial Derivation)
2005 Szemere Bertalan primary and secondary school

PERSONAL SKILLS

Programing and Markup languages Expert: Python, Bash, AWK, LaTeX
Basic Knowledge: Haskell, OCaml, C++
Language Hungarian (native)
English (B2 Written and Oral)
German (B1 Written)

Publications

Vadász N, Indig B.  2017.  A birtokos esete az ablakkal. LingDok: nyelvész-doktoranduszok dolgozatai.
Indig B, Laki LJános, Prószéky G.  2016.  Mozaik nyelvmodell az AnaGramma elemzőhöz. XII. Magyar Számítógépes Nyelvészeti Konferencia (MSZNY 2016). :260–270.
Indig B, Miháltz M, Simonyi A.  2016.  Mapping Ontologies Using Ontologies: Cross-lingual Semantic Role Information Transfer. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2016).
Indig B, Vadász N, Kalivoda Á.  2016.  Decreasing Entropy: How Wide to Open the Window? Theory and Practice of Natural Computing: 5th International Conference, TPNC 2016, Sendai, Japan, December 12-13, 2016, Proceedings. :137–148.
Indig B, Endrédy I.  2016.  Gut, Besser, Chunker – Selecting the best models for text chunking with voting. Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing - 17th International Conference, CICLing 2016, Konya, Turkey, April 3-9, 2016.
Indig B, Vadász N.  2016.  Windows in Human Parsing – How Far can a Preverb Go? Tenth International Conference on Natural Language Processing (HrTAL2016) 2016, Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 29-30, 2016, Proceedings.
Prószéky G, Indig B, Vadász N.  2016.  Performanciaalapú elemző magyar szövegek számítógépes megértéséhez. ``Szavad ne feledd!'': Tanulmányok Bánréti Zoltán tiszteletére. :223–232.
Indig B, Miháltz M, Simonyi A.  2015.  Exploiting Linked Linguistic Resources for Semantic Role Labeling. 7th Language & Technology Conference: Human Language Technologies as a Challenge for Computer Science and Linguistics.
Garay BMiklós, Indig B.  2015.  Chaos in Vallis’ asymmetric Lorenz model for El Niño. Chaos, Solitons & Fractals. 75:253-262.