Curriculum Vitae


Personal Information

NameDimitra
Family nameAnastasiou
Date of birth23.01.1984
Place of BirthKomotini, Greece
CitizenshipGreek
E-mail
Websitewww.d-anastasiou.com


Education and training

1998-20013rd Lyceum in Komotini, Greece
June 2001Final secondary school examinations, grade: 18,6 (at a scale 10-20)
2001-2005Studies of Foreign languages, Translation and Interpreting, Ionian university, Corfu, Greece
Main courses: Translation from English/German into Greek of financial, legal, technical, political texts, Geopolitics, Institutions of the European Union
2005-2009PhD thesis, Saarland University, Germany
Title: "Idiom Treatment Experiments in Machine Translation"


Working experience

01.11.15-
currently
R&D Associate at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (Marie Curie fellow)
15.12.14-
30.10.2015
Researcher at the University of Oldenburg - OFFIS Institut fr Informatik, Germany
01.10.10-
30.09.12
Researcher at the University of Bremen, Germany
01.01.09-
30.09.10
Post-doc researcher at the Localisation Research Centre, Limerick, Ireland
2005-currentlyFreelance translator (texts from English/German into Greek)
2005-currentlyLanguage teacher of English/German/Greek
01.04.2007-
30.06.2007
Traineeship in the European Parliament in the Greek Unit
1.11.2006-
15.12.2006
Proof-reading and terminology control on the basis of five XML files, Translation Memory databases (TRADOS) extension
Amendments(80%) Translation(20%)
July 2006ERASMUS coordinator at the Saarland University


Technical skills and competences

  • Programming and markup languages: Prolog, Perl, XML, HTML, Linux Shell Programming (bash, csh)

  • Software: Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Adobe Acrobat, Open Office and other open-source, UNIX

  • CAT-tools: SDL Trados Studio (certified), Workbench, WinAlign, Dj Vu X, MemoQ and many open-source (OmegaT, Pootle, etc.)

  • Machine Translation systems: Systran, T1 Langenscheidt, Power Translator Pro

  • Workflow systems: Across


  • Motto



    Knowledge is power



    That's all Greek / Chinese to me!












    Last modified: 09/2009