Typology of Negation in Ob-Ugric
and Samoyedic Languages (NOS)

Jeremy Bradley

Jeremy Bradley

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Born in Vienna, Austria, 1984.

Main research areas

Mari, Didactics, Computer Linguistics, Converb Constructions

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Employment and teaching experience
2011 - University of Vienna, scientific assistant for the project "Mari-English Dictionary"
2010 - University of Vienna, external lecturer (Mari)
2010 - Universities of Helsinki, consultant for project "Biological Evolution and the Diversification of Languages"
2010 University of Vienna, programming activities for project "European Language Diversity for All"
2009 - 2010 University of Vienna, scientific assistant for the project "Typology of Negation in Ob-Ugric and Samoyedic Languages"
2007 - 2009 University of Vienna, Estonian language tutor
2004 - 2008 Austria Sprachendienst, freelance translator of marketing texts
2004 - 2008 FESSEL-GfK, freelance translator of market research material
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Education
Currently Doctoral studies - Computer Science
Doctoral studies - Finno-Ugric Linguistics
2012 Doctor of Technical Sciences at the Vienna University of Technology (Computer Science).
2010 Master of Arts at the University of Vienna (Finno-Ugric Linguistics).
2009 Master of Economics & Social Sciences (Computer Management) at the Vienna University of Technology
2008 Bachelor of Philosophy (Finnish Studies) at the University of Vienna
2007 Master of Science (Medical Computer Science) at the Vienna University of Technology
2006 Bachelory of Science (Medical Computer Science) at the Vienna University of Technology
2005 - Studies at Vienna University of Technology, University of Vienna and Medical University of Vienna, Austria
2004 Studies at University of Helsinki, Finland
1999 - 2004 Ungargasse Higher Technical College, Vienna, Austria
1995 - 1999 Rosasgasse Secondary School, Vienna, Austria
1993 - 1995 Mondweg Elementary School, Vienna, Austria
1991 - 1993 Mauerbach Elementary School, Austria
1990 - 1991 Mauerbach Preschool, Austria
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Conferences
2010 BEDLAN2010 - Combining Natural sciences and Humanities, Seili, Finnland
Electronic Resources on Finno-Ugric Minority Languages and their Application in Lexicology and Teaching
11th International Congress for Finno-Ugric Studies, Piliscsaba, Ungarn
www.mari-language.com
International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs, Wien, Österreich
Electronic Simplication of German Newspaper Texts
2009 International Seminar on Soft Computing in Humanities and Social Sciences, Mieres, Spain
Syntactic Ambiguity Amidst Contextual Clarity – Reproducing Human Indifference to Linguistic Vagueness
2007 EUSFLAT 2007, Ostrava, Czech Republic
Fuzzy Logic as a Theory of Vagueness: 15 Conceptual Questions
UKCI 2007, London, United Kingdom
Conceptual Considerations on Fuzzy Logic
2006 KES 2006, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
From Vague or Loose Concepts to Hazy and Fuzzy Sets - Human Understanding Versus Exact Science
2006 KES 2006, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Are Soft Computing and Its Applications in Technology and Medicine Human-Friendly?
2006 NAFIPS 2006, Montreal, Canada
The Gap Between Scientific Theory and Application: Black and Zadeh - Vagueness and Fuzzy Sets
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Scientific publications
2011 Syntactic Ambiguity Amidst Contextual Clarity – Reproducing Human Indifference to Linguistic Vagueness
in: Soft Computing in Humanities and Social Sciences, edited by Rudolf Seising, Springer, Berlin, Germany. [forthcoming]
2010 Оҥай марий йылме: A Comprehensive Introduction to the Mari Language
www.mari-language.com
2009 Fuzzy Logic as a Theory of Vagueness: 15 Conceptual Questions
in: Views on Fuzzy Sets and Systems from Different Perspectives, edited by Rudolf Seising, Springer, Berlin, Germany.
2006 From Vague or Loose Concepts to Hazy and Fuzzy Sets - Human Understanding Versus Exact Science in: Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems, Springer, Berlin, Germany.
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