I am a Lecturer and Researcher at the University of Mainz/Germersheim. The main focus of my research is the use of technology in interpreting, combining human-based research practices with advances in machine learning and AI. I teach both theoretical and practical classes in Interpreting and Translation Technology as well as Translation & Conference Interpreting (EN/DE/IT). I attended the University of Bologna/Forlì (MA in Conference Interpreting) and the University of Mainz where I received my PhD in Applied Linguistics. My thesis work focused on developing computational methods of supporting interpreters during the interpreting process. I taught also at the Innsbruck University and at the Karlshochschule International University. In the past I was involved as a computer linguist in the project LexALP carried out at the Eurac - Institute for Specialised Communication and Multilingualism. I am the founder of InterpretBank, a well known CAI-tool for professional interpreters. I mainly code in Perl and for deep learning in Python.
E-Mail: fantinuoli (at) uni (minus) mainz (dot) de