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Dr EMMANUEL NGUE UM

Professional title: 
Programme Manager/Project Manager
Primary Domain/Field of Expertise (Other): 
Language Archiving
Other (professional title): 
Lecturer of Cameroonian Languages and Cultures
Organization name: 
University of Yaoundé I
Organization type: 
Government/Public Services
City: 
Yaoundé
Country: 
Cameroon

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- 2010, July: PhD, Language Sciences, University of Aix-Marseille 1; - 2010-2012: Team researcher for DOBES, Bakola project, Cameroon (http://dobes.mpi.nl/projects/bakola/?lang=fr); - 2011, December: Assistant Lecturer of Cameroonian Languages and Cultures, University of Yaoundé I; - 2013, April: FEL grant to design an electronic teaching course for Leti, and endangered language spoken in Cameroon; - 2013, September-October: traval grant to attend the INNET summer school in Poznan, Poland; - 2013, December: Senior Lecturer of Cameroonian Languages and Cultures, University of Yaoundé I; - 2014, April-May: Language Archive intern at MPI-Nijmegen, and the University of Cologne; -2015, September-Octobe: grant to attend the Digital Humanities Autumn School in Trier and Luxembourg- 2015: - 2015, November: ELDP Major grant to document the Bati language and their oral traditions (http://www.eldp.net/en/our+projects/projects+list/); 2016, June: grant to attend the Amsterdam Summer School on Corpus Linguistics, organized by ISLE; 2016, August: appointment at the Governance Council Membership of the Endangered Languages Project (http://www.endangeredlanguages.com/about/); 2016, October: Travel grant to attend the workshop on " Improving Data Sharing and Re-use in and for Africa", jointly organized in Cape Town (South Africa) by RDA-Europe and the Data Intenseive Research Initiative of South Africa (DIRISA).





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