Quick Links
ADW
BabelNet
Babelfy
LCL Website
MultiJEDI
OntoLearn
SPred
WCL
WiBi
WiSeNet
Il est de toute première instance que nous façonnions nos idées comme s'il s'agissait d'objets manufacturés.
Je suis prêt à vous procurer les moules.
Léo Ferré
You shall know a word by the company it keeps.
John R. Firth
Roberto Navigli is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at the Sapienza University of Rome and a member of the Linguistic Computing Laboratory. In 2007 he received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from "La Sapienza" (winner of the Marco Cadoli 2007 AI*IA national prize for the Best Ph.D. Thesis in Artificial Intelligence). In 2013 he received the Marco Somalvico AI*IA prize, awarded every two years to the best young Italian researcher in Artificial Intelligence, who has provided a significant, highly-innovative personal contribution to the field of AI.

He is the Principal Investigator of MultiJEDI, a 1.3Meuro 5-year Starting Grant funded by the European Research Council, the responsible person of the Sapienza unit in LIDER, an EU project on content analytics and language technologies.
He is also the Co-PI of "Language Understanding cum Knowledge Yield" (LUcKY), a Google Focused Research Award on Natural Language Understanding.

Spotlight
Interests and Collaborations
His research interests lie in the field of Natural Language Processing, including: Word Sense Disambiguation and Induction, Ontology Learning, Knowledge Representation and Acquisition, Information Retrieval, the Semantic Web and its applications.

He has/had collaborations with many research institutes and universities, including: DFKI, Berlin; ILCC, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh; Department of Informatics, University of Sussex; Seminar für Computerlinguistik, University of Heidelberg, the Zanichelli dictionary publisher, Laboratory for Enterprise Knowledge and Systems, IASI-CNR.

Teaching
Activities
A wordle of Roberto's research:
Home
Curriculum
Publications
Contacts
Students
La semplicità è la sofisticazione suprema.
Leonardo
The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing
Socrates
Chi ha paura muore ogni giorno
Paolo Borsellino