Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences University of Zagreb (FFZG) is the largest faculty in Croatia that carries out research activities and executes university programs in the field of humanities and social sciences, but it is also a significant cultural institution with an important impact on Croatian culture and society. Successful research activities taking place at the Faculty has resulted in a striking number of new scientific and research projects, an enormous number of scientific papers published in a variety of publications, international and national journals as well, and included in global databases, but also in special editions of books of proceedings, publications, books, textbooks and handbooks. The Institute of Linguistics has been founded in 1960. as an organisational unit of FFZG in order to become a meeting spot for researchers in the field of philology. The Institute's principal tasks were 1. participating in the work and development of linguistics and of linguistic methods; 2. dealing with a variety of issues in different branches of general and comparative linguistics; 3. researching the relations between Croatian and other languages; 4. educating young researchers. The Institute is world‑wide known for its contrastive linguistic research, but it is also a referral institution for Croatian corpus and computational linguistics.
National coordinator in CLARIN‑ERIC: professor Marko Tadić
The Institute of Croatian Language and Linguistics (IHJJ)
The Institute of Croatian Language and Linguistics is a public institute and it is the central national scientific institution for the research of the Croatian language and general linguistics. The work of the IHJJ includes the systematic scientific study of the Croatian language and the development of basic lexicographical works and other linguistic manuals of the Croatian language and linguistics.
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, TakeLab (Text Analysis and Knowledge Engineering Lab)
TakeLab research revolves around natural language processing, machine learning, text analytics (aka text mining), and data mining. TakeLab develops computer tools and methods for analyzing and producing text and speech and contributes to the development of state‑of‑the‑art language technologies for Croatian, targeting in particular the tools and resources required for semantic text analysis, semantic search, and digital content management.
Zagreb University Computing Centre (SRCE)
SRCE is the main computing centre and the fundamental node of the e‑infrastructure, covering both the University of Zagreb and the whole Croatian research and high education system. Furthermore, SRCE is the competence center for information and communication technologies as well as the center for education and support in the area of ICT application.
The National and University Library (NSK)
The National and University Library in Zagreb is a public institution of national importance, which conducts library activities and provides reference services as the national library of the Republic of Croatia and the central library of the largest Croatian university, the University of Zagreb. The Library also carries out scientific, research and development activities with the primary purpose of organizing and developing the Croatian library system.
Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts Library, Library (HAZU library)
Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Library is a general scientific library that enables the users to trace editions by various academies of science and scientific societies. At the same time, it is increasingly becoming the information center for all Academy publications. The library stores and receives a total of 1,295 of current periodicals and some 1,600 titles of current serial publications. It also houses the Rarities Department, and its Digital Collections (DiZbi) is of particular importance for HR‑CLARIN.
The Old Church Slavonic Institute (STIN)
The mission of the Old Church Slavonic Institute is an interdisciplinary study of the medieval Croatian Glagolitic heritage in the Croatian and European contexts. Therefore, the Institute scholars look for, discover, identify, systematically collect and list, analyse and study the Croatian and Old Church Slavonic Glagolitic manuscripts, inscriptions and printed books. The digitizing of all Institute collections is done gradually and systematically by the modern technology. For the development of all these interdisciplinary scholarly approaches, for pushing the boundaries of knowledge and usefulness of that knowledge to others, we develop cutting‑edge scholarly methods and we use the information technology for the research and for the publishing of our results.
Croatian Language Technologies Society (HDJT)
Croatian Language Technologies Society is a professional society with the main aim of taking care and coordinating activities in building language technologies, primarily for Croatian, but also for other languages.