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H2020 projects about "multilingualism"

The page lists 22 projects related to the topic "multilingualism".

# achronym  title  year 
1 MAGICBULLET Peptide-Drug Conjugates for Targeted Delivery in Tumor Therapy 2015
2 TVOF The values of French language and literature in the European Middle Ages 2015
3 Mulosige Multilingual locals, significant geographies: a new approach to world literature 2016
4 SIFRm Semantic Indexing of French Biomedical Data Resources - mobility 2016
5 SURE Exploring Subtitle Reading Process with Eyetracking Technology 2016
6 LatinNow The Latinization of the North-western Roman Provinces: Sociolinguistics, Epigraphy and Archaeology 2017
7 EUTWIC European Travel Writing in Context. The Socio-Political Dimension of Travelogues 1760-1850 2017
8 ML-TEXTSUM Multi-language text summarization 2017
9 DIVA Disentangling variation: A crosslinguistic investigation of bilingualism and non-standardization 2017
10 MultiMind The Multilingual Mind 2018
11 SpeechTech4Literacy Multilingual Children’s Speech Assessment Platform for Literacy and Language Learning 2018
12 OptiSeLL Optimizing Second Language Learning: An Examination of Individual Differences in Speech Processing and their Role in Language Learning 2019
13 MultiPic Language-Affect Interface in Parent-Infant Communication 2019
14 ILLR Intellectual Life and Learning on Rhodes (168BC-AD44) 2018
15 ArcticLabourTime Investing in the Arctic: the affective and temporal contradictions of work, mobility and inequality in northern peripheries 2018
16 ArsNova European Ars Nova: Multilingual Poetry and Polyphonic Song in the Late Middle Ages 2019
17 GramAdapt Linguistic Adaptation: Typological and Sociolinguistic Perspectives to Language Variation 2019
18 EMBEDDIA Cross-Lingual Embeddings for Less-Represented Languages in European News Media 2019
19 ELG European Language Grid 2019
20 SSHOC Social Sciences & Humanities Open Cloud 2019
21 INFLOW Finding Flow: Negotiating diverse temporalities in migrant family life 2020
22 ReFraMed Histories Rewriting and (Re-)Framing Memory in Late Medieval Historiography. The Case of Brabant (14th-15th c.) 2019