The tools in the RERCOR portal have been created by Elena Sánchez Trigo (Professor of Translation and Interpreting - ORCID 0000-0002-1834-1722) and Tamara Varela Vila (researcher and Doctor in Translation and Interpreting - ORCID 0000-0002-8447-8102) of the Universidade de Vigo.

Collaborator on versions 1.1 (2019), 2.0 (2020), 2.1 (2020), 3.0 (2021) and 3.1-3.1.1 (2022): María Estévez Rodríguez (trainee researcher).

Previous work from different already-finished research projects (PGIDIT04SIN0665E, INCITE08PXIB302179PR, TIN2010-18552-C03-01) has been used to create some of the tools. However, this research has been further developed, updated and modified in order to be included in RERCOR.

The portal has been created in the framework of projects FFI2014-51978-C2-1-R and TIN2017-85160-C2-2-R with financial support from the funding for programme-contracts with research groups of the Universidade de Vigo (H719), and from the regional government programme: Programa de Consolidación da Xunta de Galicia a Grupos de Referencia Competitiva (ED431C 2018/5).

Technical team: NLPgo Technologies, S.L.


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