National Consortium

Purpose and tasks

✔️ The Consortium organizes CLARIN-CH in Switzerland.
✔️The Consortium is committed to the participation of Switzerland as an observer or full member of CLARIN ERIC.
✔️The Consortium serves as a forum for the exchange of disciplines and research topics relevant to CLARIN, in particular linguistics and its research infrastructures.
✔️The Consortium supports the activities of CLARIN in Switzerland.
✔️ It maintains the exchange with DARIAH and its national organization in Switzerland.

The Consortium agreement stipulates the purpose of the Consortium, its functioning and the members' responsibilities.

Members of the CLARIN-CH Consortium

UNIBAS: the University of Basel, represented by Prof. Dr. Martin Luginbühl from the Department of German Language and Litterature.

UNIBE: the University of Bern, represented by Prof. Dr. Sandrine Zufferey from the Institute of French Language and Literature.

UNIGE: the University of Geneva, represented by Prof. Dr. Eric Haeberli from the Linguistics Department.

UNIFR: the University of Fribourg, represented by Prof. Dr. Anita Thomas from the Department of Multilingualism and Foreign Languages Education.

UNIL: the University of Lausanne, represented by Prof. Dr. Anita Auer from the English Department.

UNINE: the University of Neuchâtel, represented by Prof. Dr. Martin Hilpert from the Institute of English Linguistics.

USI: the Università della Svizzera italiana, represented by Prof. Dr. Andrea Rocci from the Institute of Argumentation, Linguistics and Semiotics.

UZH: the University of Zurich, represented by Prof. Dr. Noah Bubenhofer from the Deutches Seminar and the Linguistic Research Infrastructure LiRI.

ZHAW: the Zurich University of Applied Sciences, represented by Prof. Dr. Cerstin Mahlow from the Zurich School of Applied Linguistics.

SAGW: the Swiss Academy of Human and Social Sciences is represented by Dr. Beat Immenhauser, Deputy Secretary General of the SAGW.

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