The aim of the research group is to conduct research on the interaction between language and technology, e.g. machine translation, translation memories, localization, speech recognition, etc., as well as on the impact of language technologies on society in the interdisciplinary research and study context.
The research group undertakes interdisciplinary research into language and translation through the technological lens, in relation to either the methodological approaches or the impact on the society.
Research topics include
- Translation and localisation technologies: Machine translation and post-editing; Eye-tracking in translation; Project management in translation and localisation; Subtitling technologies
- Language technologies: Speech recognition
- Technopedagogy in languages: Crowdsourcing techniques in language learning
Additional research topics include translation in the context of modern state building processes and technologization and the role of translators in establishing Lithuanian identity in the 20th century.