march, 2015
The rezults of Victoria Bobicev research was mentioned in Canadian TV program "The AGENDA" with Steve Paikin.

These results have been published in
Victoria Bobicev, Marina Sokolova, Khaled El Emam, Yasser Jafer, Brian Dewar, Elizabeth Jonker, Stan Matwin. Can Anonymous Posters on Medical Forums be Reidentified? Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013 (Oct 03); 15(10):e215.

October, 2014
An online concordancer has been created in the framework of the international project financed by AUF "Pour le renforcement de la recherche en vue du développement des formations francophones niveau master - La Plateforme du français technique et des technologies de la langue" dedicated to computer assisted French language learning.

The description is here.
Try it, it works with English texts too!

autumn, 2013
Two question-answering systems has been created in the framework of the institutional project "Research in the domain of Information Retrieval with the aim of Question-Answering system creation".

Based on the legislative documents dedicated to the development of science in Moldova provided by IDSI

Based on the laws of Moldova found on official website Registru
Try them!

September, 2012
The scientific-didactic title of Associate Professor has been conferred to Victoria Maxim.

Summer, 2012
Victoria Boicev had a sabbatical in Ottawa, Canada from mid-June till late August.

Well done, Victoria!

November, 2011
On 5th October 2011 the scientific-didactic title of Associate Professor has been conferred to Victoria Bobicev.

June, 2011
Our students (Applied Informatics) put online some of our applications:
Ion Badan, gr. IA-081 – the Romanian associative dictionary;
Dan Negară, gr. IA-081 – phonosemantics analysis of Romanian words;
Master students created following applications:
Alexandr Negară, gr. IA-091M, the application Job.Card;
Irina Pushcash, gr. IA-091M, blog with the sentiment analysis system in text;


Aplil, 2011
Our PhD student Tatiana Zidrashco returned home after two year of research in Japan!

Welcome, Tatiana!

January, 2011
Our project "Research in the domain of Information Retrieval with the aim of Question-Answering system creation" has been approved by the government The project is planned for years 2011-2014.

October, 2010
Natalia Burciu, PhD student, left for Germany. She is going to study informatics in Berlin.
We wish you every success in your studies, Natalia!

May, 2010
A second version of Romanian and Russian WordNet-Affect was released and can be downloaded from resources page.
We are working on the third version.

January, 2010
Victoria Anghelush, PhD student, joined our group.

Welcome Victoria!

October, 2009
A first version of Romanian and Russian WordNet-Affect was created and can be downloaded from resources page.
The second one is in process of creation.

April, 2009
Our PhD student Tatiana Zidrashco left for Japan. She is going to carry out her research there for two years.
We wish you every success, Tatiana!

May, 2008
At the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science of Moldavian Academy of Science
Mrs.Victoria Maxim
defended her PhD thesis
"Computational Analysis of Business Correspondence".
The thesis was confirmed by CNAA on June, 19,
the diploma was released on july 2008

June, 2007
At the Technical University of Moldova
Mrs.Victoria Bobicev
defended her PhD thesis
"Statistical Methods and Algorithms of Text Processing (based on Romanian texts)".
The thesis was confirmed by CNAA on September, 20, 2007.

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 The HUMAN LANGUAGE ENGINEERING LABORATORY represents the initiative of several researchers and members of the Applied Informatics Department, within the Faculty of Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics, Technical University of Moldova.

The Laboratory functions as a research centre, without legal personality, financially supported by the state and/or by research contracts signed with private or state-owned institutions and bodies from Moldova or abroad.


The LILU wants to increase the awareness for the commercial potential of language technology and to contribute actively to transfer language technology knowledge and tools from the academic to the industrial sector. The center is focused on text-related technology (in contrast to speech-related technology).

In order to achieve its aims, the Laboratory has signed contracts for providing services or for collaborating with some other private or state-owned institutions (institutions for research, organizations, small and middle-sized enterprises, banking institutions and other specialized institutions) from Moldova or abroad.


  • research in natural language processing;
  • consulting and training concerning language technology, computational linguistics, corpus linguistics
  • co-operation in national and international efforts towards the standardization and evaluation of language technology
  • organization of doctoral and master programs in the appropriate fields and specialities approved by the Ministry of Education.

Contact Info
Technical University of Moldova
Human Language Engineering Laboratory,
Applied Informatics Department,
Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics Faculty,
Technical University of Moldova,
Studenţilor, 7, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova

Phone: 373 (22) 50-99-01
Fax: 373 (22) 50-99-05