is a privacy-conscious group-oriented website and app for finding and organising films.
It is an open source project developed by Stela ♡ and me.
Still in alpha, but already lovingly used by our close friends.
is a non-profit urban race in which teams of 4 aim to complete about a dozen tasks located throughout the centre of my home town Varna.
It takes place annually, attracting more than 200 participants last year.
I am part of the organising team of volunteers since the first competition in 2011.
Глагол (transliterated Glagol)
is a small association of people interested in the contemporary evolution of the Bulgarian language.
I am one of the association's two co-founders and the main developer and maintainer of its website.
Taraka Rama, Johannes Wahle, Pavel Sofroniev and Gerhard Jäger (WIP),
Fast and unsupervised methods for multilingual cognate clustering.
Kuan Yu, Pavel Sofroniev, Erik Schill and Erhard Hinrichs (2017),
The parse is darc and full of errors: Universal dependency parsing with transition-based and graph-based algorithms.
In Proceedings of the CoNLL 2017 Shared Task: Multilingual Parsing from Raw Text to Universal Dependencies, pages 126-133
Taraka Rama, Çağrı Çöltekin and Pavel Sofroniev (2017),
Computational analysis of Gondi dialects.
In Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on NLP for Similar Languages, Varieties and Dialects (VarDial), pages 26-35
Gerhard Jäger, Johann-Mattis List and Pavel Sofroniev (2017),
Using support vector machines and state-of-the-art algorithms for phonetic alignment to identify cognates in multi-lingual wordlists.
In Proceedings of the 15th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics, volume 1, pages 1205-1216
Gerhard Jäger and Pavel Sofroniev (2016),
Automatic cognate classification with a Support Vector Machine.
In Proceedings of the 13th Conference on Natural Language Processing, pages 128-134
there are some utils that you might find handy, e.g.
stl, a command-line time logger, or
ipatok, a python package for tokenising IPA sequences.
Sometimes I add articles to door in the open, my tech blog.