Bilyana Martinovski

Bilyana Martinovski

1. Academic Qualifications

2. Research Activity

3. Teaching Experience

4. Publications and Conference Presentations

5. Course Pages

6. Literature and Journalism

7. Contact Details

1. Academic Qualifications

(Förteckning över akademisk utbildning och anställningar)

Degrees

Employment

Academic Services

Selected Academic Awards and Fellowships

Languages

2. Research Activity

(Förteckning över vetenskaplig verksamhet)

Research activities focusing on five partly overlapping areas:

Research Projects and Fellowships

Participation internally and externally funded research projects, some of which involve international collaboration:

3. Teaching Experience

(Pedagogisk verksamhet)

Undergraduate and graduate teaching in general linguistics at Göteborg University, Department of Linguistics, Center for South-Eastern Studies, and School of Economy, since 1993. Courses taught include the following:

General linguistics and informatics, undergraduate level

General linguistics and informatics, graduate level

Between 2001 and 2003 functioned as an instructor and supervisor of 5 graduate students within the MRE Natural Language Project, Corpus Collection and Coding.

Teaching experience also includes lecturing at other universities in Sweden and in Europe, such as Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg; IT University, Göteborg, Sweden; Verchelli University, Torino, Italy; Sofia University, Bulgaria.

Pedagogical Texts

Development of pedagogic texts for courses in general linguistics and computational linguistics cover the following areas:

Development of web-based courses on semantics, cognitive semantics, pragmatics, and intercultural communication
(see http://www.ling.gu.se/~biljana/st1-97, http://www.ling.gu.se/internet/china97).

4. Publications and Conference Presentations

(Förteckning över vetenskapliga arbeten)

Books

Books chapters

Encyclopedia articles

Journals – Guest Editor

Journal articles

  1. Martinovski, B. (1995c) Shifting worlds or deictic signs in WWW. Indexicality. (ed.) Ch. Pankow, SSKKII: Göteborg.
  2. Martinovski, B. (2006) Framework for analysis of mitigation in courts. Journal of Pragmatics. Vol. 38, no. 12, pp. 2065-2086.
  3. Martinovski, B., Traum D. and Stacy Marsella. (2007) Rejection of empathy in negotiation. Journal of Group Decision and Negotiation. Vol. 16, no. 1.
  4. Martinovski. B. (2009) Emotion and interactive technology-mediated group decision and negotiation. Journal of Group Decision and Negotiation. Vol. 18, no. 3.
  5. Martinovski. B. and Mao, W. (2009) Emotion as an argumentation engine: Modelling the role of emotion in negotiation. Journal of Group Decision and Negotiation. Vol. 18, no. 3.
  6. Martinovski, B. (2013) Reciprocal adaptation and problem reframing in group decision and negotiation. Journal of Group Decision and Negotiation. Vol. 23, No. 3 pp 497-514. Springer.
  7. Martinovski, B. (2014) The Ethical Turn: Communication as a Manifestation of the Ethical. Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp 119-133.

Other publications

  1. Martinovski, B. (1992a) William av Occam – Semantik och Epistemologi. Göteborg University: Department of Linguistics. Manuscript (Swedish).
  2. Martinovski, B. (1992b) Intertextualitetsmodeller i Stig Dagermans korta noveller. Göteborg University: Department of Literary Theory. Manuscript (Swedish).
  3. Martinovski, B. (1992c) Cross-Linguistic Semantic Variation of Coordinate Conjunctions. Göteborg University: Department of Slavic Languages. Manuscript.
  4. Martinovski, B. & Dahloff, M. (1995a) Semiotik. Compendium. Göteborg University: Department of Linguistics.
  5. Martinovski (1995c) Knowledge, Perception, and Inference. Göteborg University: Department of Linguistics. Manuscript.
  6. Martinovski, B. (1995d) Three Cognitive Theories: Major Differences and Similarities. Göteborg University: Department of Linguistics. Manuscript.
  7. Martinovski, B. (1995e) Metaphors as Products of Abductive Reasoning. Göteborg University: Department of Linguistics. Manuscript.
  8. Martinovski, B. (1996a) Speech and Activity Style: a comparative study of two activities – an interview and a discussion. Monograph. Gothenburg Papers in Theoretical Linguistics, Göteborgs University: Department of Linguistics.
  9. Martinovski, B. (1996b) Förtröende och Företagsledning. In Report on Trust and Leadership. Göteborg University: Department of Linguistics and School of Economy.
  10. Martinovski, B. (1997) Kognitiv semantik. Compendium. Göteborg University: Department of Linguistics.
  11. Martinovski, B. (2000a) Kognitiv semantik och pragmatik. Compendium. Göteborg University: Department of Linguistics.
  12. Martinovski, B. & Gronqvist, L. (2000b) Multimodal Corpus Linguistics and Discourse Analysis. Compendium. Sofia University “Kliment Ohridski”: Department of Bulgarian Philology and Department of Russian Philology.
  13. Martinovski, B. (2001) Forensic Linguistics. Compendium. California University, Santa Barbara: Department of Linguistics.
  14. Martinovski, B. (2002) Manual for Coding of Military Speech. Los Angeles: Institute for Creative Technologies.
  15. Martinovski, B. and David Traum. (2003) Functions and Patterns of Speakers and Addressee Identifications in Distributed Complex Organizational Tasks Over Radio. Diabruck Proceedings, Saarland University.
  16. Martinovski, B. and Stacy Marsella. (2003) Dynamic Reconstruction of Selfhood: Coping Processes in Discourse. Proceedings of Joint International Conference on Cognitive Science, Sydney.
  17. Martinovski, B. and David Traum. (2003) The Error is the Clue: Breakdown in Human-Machine Interaction. Proceedings of ISCA Tutorial and Research Workshop International Speech Communication Association, Switzerland.
  18. Martinovski, B. and Stacy Marsella (2005) Theory of Mind and Coping Strategies. In Proceedings of Artificial Intelligence and Social Behavior, AISB 2005, Hatfield, U.K.
  19. Martinovski, B., Traum D. and Stacy Marsella (2005) Rejection of Empathy and its Linguistic Manifestations. In Proceedings of Conference on Formal and Informal Negotiation, FINEXIN 2005, Ottawa, Canada.
  20. Martinovski, B., Mao. W., Gratch, J., and Stacy Marsella (2005) Mitigation Theory: An Integrated Approach. In Proceedings of Cog Sci 2005, Stresa, Italy.
  21. Martinovski, B., Kennedy, B., Vaswani, A., Roque, A. and D. Traum. (2005) Interactive Action via Radio: Translation and Coding Manual for ‘Call for Fire’. Institute for Creative Technologies, USC, USA.
  22. David Traum, William Swartout, Jonathan Gratch, Stacy Marsella, Patrick Kenny, Eduard Hovy, Shri Narayanan, Ed Fast, Bilyana Martinovski, Rahul Baghat, Susan Robinson, Andrew Marshall, Dagen Wang, Sudeep Gandhe and Anton Leuski Dealing with Doctors: A Virtual Human for Non-team Interaction Demo presented at Sigdial 05, September 2005.
  23. Traum, David et al. (2005) Virtual Humans for Non-team Interaction Training. In Proceedings of SIGdial 2005, Lisbon, Portugal.
  24. Martinovski, Bilyana. (2006) Cognitive and Emotive Empathy in Discourse. In Proceedings of CogSci 2006, Vancouver, Canada.
  25. Martinovski, B. and A. Vaswani. (2006) Activity-Based Dialogue Analysis as Evaluation Method. Interspeech Workshop: Dialogue on Dialogue, Pittsburgh, USA.
  26. Martinovski, B. (2007) Shifting Attention as Re-contextualization in Negotiation, In Proceedings of GDN, Montreal, May 2007.
  27. Jan, Dushan, David Herrera, Bilyana Martinovski, David Novick, and David Traum (2007) A Computational Model of Culture-Specific Conversational Behavior, IVA07, Marina Del Rey, USA.
  28. Traum, David, Antonio Roque, Anton Leuski, Panayiotis Georgiou, Jillian Gerten, Bilyana Martinovski, Shrikanth Narayanan,Susan Robinson and Ashish Vaswani (2007) A Virtual Human for Tactical Questioning, Eight SIGDIAL Workshop on Discourse and Dialogue, SIGDIAL07, Antwerp, Belgium.
  29. Sudeep Gandhe, David DeVault, Antonio Roque, Bilyana Martinovski, Ron Artstein, Anton Leuski, Jillian Gerten, David Traum (2008) From Domain Specification to Virtual Humans: An integrated approach to authoring tactical questioning characters, Army Science Conference, Florida, USA.

Invited talks/papers

  1. Corpus Design and Analysis, Verchelli University, Italy, May 1998.
  2. Corpus Development, Tools and Discourse Analysis, Sofia State University “Kliment Ohridski”, May 2000.
  3. Göteborg Corpus of Spoken Language and Interaction, Department of Linguistics, University of California at Santa Barbara, California, U.S.A., November 2000.
  4. Group Decision, Negotiation and Emotion, Conference on Group Decision and Negotiation, Karlsruhe, Germany, June 2006.
  5. Activity–Based Communication Analysis and Conversation Analysis, Department of Informatics and Business Computer Science, Boras University College, Sweden, January 2007.
  6. Semiotics, Communication Theory and Information Design, Department of Informatics and Business Computer Science, Boras University College, Sweden, January 2007.
  7. Shifting Attention as Re-contextualization in Negotiation, GDN, Montreal, May 2007.
  8. Empathy and Theory of Mind and Body in Evolution, Festskrift for Prof. Jens Allwood, August 2007.
  9. Virtuality and Intercultural communication,Workshop on Intercultural communication and IT, Boras University College and Göteborg University, Sweden, 2007.
  10. Discourse, common ground and ethics: Is common ground a desirable condition for negotiation? Group Decision and Negotiation Conference, Portugal 2008.
  11. Common ground negotiations, Group Decision and Negotiation Conference, Toronto, 2009. Session co-chair with Melvin Shakun.
  12. Thinking about Empathy, SSKKII, Goteborg, Sweden.

Conference Papers and Presentations

Papers presented at 27 international conferences:

5. Course Pages

6. Literature and Journalism

7. Contact Details

Stockholm University

Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV)
Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
Tel. +46-734-242425
bilyana@dsv.su.se