People

 

        

Tatiana Litvinova

Function: Head of the Laboratory.

She received her PhD from Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russia in 2011. She is currently working on her doctoral dissertation “Identifying Personality Traits of Authors of Texts in Russian: Methods and Methodology” (supervised by O.V. Zagorovskaya).

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Tatiana Litvinova is in charge of collecting “RusPersonality” which is the largest Russian text corpus with rich metadata about their authors (gender, age, education, psychological and neuropsychological testing results, etc.).

She is a researcher and the principal investigator of grants of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation (RHSF), principal investigator of a grant of Russian Science Foundation (RSF), winner of the competition for the grants of the President of the Russian Federation for Young Scientists – PhDs and Doctors of Science (2016).

 

Projects:

“Modelling Personality Traits of Authors of Written Texts”

“Speech Profiling of Students of Voronezh (Using the Material of a Digital Text Corpus “Russia and the World Through the Eyes of Students of Voronezh”)”

“Formal Grammar Parameters of a Written Text and Individual Personality Traits of its Author: a Corpus Study”

 

Current Projects:

“Identifying Suicidal Tendencies Based on Speech Analysis”

“Identifying Gender and Age of Participants of Internet Communication Using Quantitative Parameters of their Texts”

“Lie Detection in Written Speech: a Corpus Study”

“Linguistic Parameters of a Written Text and Neuropsychological Characteristics of its Author: a Corpus Study”

Tatiana A. Litvinova C.V.

 

 
      

Olga Zagorovskaya

Function: Scientific Advisor.

Doctor of Science in Philology (1991), Professor (since 1993). Head (since 1994) of the Department of the Russian Language, Modern Russian and Foreign Literature of Voronezh State Pedagogical University. Head of the Scientific Linguistic School of Voronezh State Pedagogical University exploring the issues and development of the Russian language at the turn of the 21st century and ecolinguistics.

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Over 10 years she was Chair of the Russian Language Board for the Voronezh Region Administration. Author of the Regional Program “The Russian Language”. Member of the Federal Expert Board in General Education.   

She has supervised the Concept of the General Linguistic Education and Basic State Standards for Secondary Education approved by the Government of the Russian Federation.

Scientific Supervisor of the Regional Centre for the Russian Language of Voronezh State Pedagogical University.

She is working on the issues of lexicographic profiling of a social group.

For more details see: http://www.vspu.ac.ru/univer/rus_modern_lit.html.

Principal investigator and researcher of grants of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation (RHSF), Russian Science Foundation (RSF), the Government of the Russian Federation.

 

Projects:

“Modelling Personality Traits of Authors of Written Texts”

“Speech Profiling of Students of Voronezh (Using the Material of a Digital Text Corpus “Russia and the World Through the Eyes of Students of Voronezh”)”.

 

Current Projects:

“Identifying Suicidal Tendencies Based on Speech Analysis”

 

 
      

Pavel Seredin

Function: Senior Researcher.

Pavel Seredin received his PhD in Physics and Mathematics from Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russia, and Dr. Sci. (habilitation) degree from the Highest Attestation Committee of Russia. Currently he is an Associate Professor of Department of Solid State Physics and Nanostructures and a head of the Lab in Voronezh State University and a leading researcher in RusProfiling Lab.

He has been a visiting professor in Instituto de Ciencias ICUAP, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Puebla, Mexico since 2014.

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His research interests include optimized mathematical models of identifying personality traits of authors of written texts.

Principal Investigator and Researcher of grants of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), Russian Science Foundation (RSF),  Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, winner of the competition for the grants of the President of the Russian Federation for Young Scientists – PhDs and Doctors of Science (2011, 2017).

 

Projects:

“Modelling Personality Traits of Authors of Written Texts”

“Formal Grammar Parameters of a Written Text and Individual Personality Traits of its Author: a Corpus Study”

 

Current Projects:

“Identifying Suicidal Tendencies Based on Speech Analysis”

“Identifying Gender and Age of Participants of Internet Communication Using Quantitative Parameters of their Texts”

“Lie Detection in Written Speech: a Corpus Study”

“Linguistic Parameters of a Written Text and Neuropsychological Characteristics of its Author: a Corpus Study”

 

Olga Litvinova

Function: Researcher.

PhD student at Voronezh State Pedagogical University, Teacher at the Department of the English Language of Voronezh State Pedagogical University.

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She is working on collecting and processing text corpora. Her research interests are text-based deception detection, authorship profiling in non-native speaker texts.

Researcher of grants of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation (RHSF), Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

 

Projects:

“Linguistic markers of conflict behavior tendencies: a corpus statistics study”

 

Current Projects:

“Identifying Suicidal Tendencies Based on Text Analysis”

“Identifying Gender and Age of Participants of Internet Communication Using Quantitative Parameters of their Texts”

“Lie Detection in Written Speech: a Corpus Study”

“Linguistic Parameters of a Written Text and Neuropsychological Characteristics of its Author: a Corpus Study”

 

Natalya Lantyukhova

Function: Researcher, designer and administrator of the Lab website.

PhD student at Voronezh State Pedagogical University.

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She is working on collecting and processing text corpora. Her research interests are features of speech of elderly individuals using a special designed text corpus.

 

Current Projects:

“Lie Detection in Written Speech: a Corpus Study”

 

Yekaterina Ryzhkova

Function: Researcher.

PhD student at Voronezh State Pedagogical University, Teacher at the Department of the Russian Language of Voronezh State University of Engineering Technologies.

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She is working on collecting and processing text corpora. Her research interests are connection of the profile of functional asymmetry of the human brain and linguistic features of their texts using a specially designed text corpus RusNeuroPsych.

Researcher of grants of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR), Russian Humanitarian Science Foundation (RHSF).

 

Current Projects:

“Identifying Gender and Age of Participants of Internet Communication Using Quantitative Parameters of their Texts”

“Lie Detection in Written Speech: a Corpus Study”

“Linguistic Parameters of a Written Text and Neuropsychological Characteristics of its Author: a Corpus Study”

 

Polina Panicheva

Function: Researcher.

Specialist in Linguistics (St. Petersburg State University, Department of Mathematical Linguistics, 2008). Master of Science (Information Technology) (Institute of Technology Tallaght, Dublin, Ireland, 2011). Post-graduate student (St. Petersburg State University, Department of Mathematical Linguistics, 2018).

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Research interests include anomalies of compatibility, automatic analysis of metaphors, psychological profiling of the author of the text, distributive semantic models.

 

Dina Pisarevskaya

Function: Researcher.

Master in Computational Linguistics (National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2016).

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Research interests include automated deception detection in written texts for the Russian language and other languages, automated fake news detection, doscourse analysis, data collecting techniques and corpora studies, digital humanities and Natural Language Processing techniques application to the issues of social sciences.