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About Sierterm

"The whole of science is nothing more than a refinement of everyday thinking."
Albert Einstein (1879-1955).


Sierterm is an R&D Project funded by the Universidad Europea de Madrid for a year with the aim of creating a terminological trilingual glossary (terminology records) for translators working in the fields of Intelligent Systems and Renewable Energies. More specifically, Sierterm concentrates on:

• Compiling documents for term identification and extraction

• Uploading these terms into a collaborative platform that allows for public access and collaboration.


The team at Sierterm is made up of the following researchers:

Mr. Fernando Contreras (Principal Investigator)*, Ph.D. in Scientific and Technical Translation (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
Mrs. Celia Rico*, Ph.D. in Linguistics (Universidad de Alicante)
Ms. Almudena Revilla*, Ph.D. in Information Science (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Ms. Paola Nieto*, Ph.D. in Didactics of Interpreting (Universidad Europea de Madrid)
Mr. Cristel Chevillard*, Master in Science of Management (HEC Faculty Grande École and Business School, Paris)
Mr. Manuel de Buenaga**, Ph.D. in Physical Sciences (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

  • School of Arts and Communication, Universidad Europea de Madrid
**School of Engineering, Universidad Europea de Madrid

- English language consultant: Mark Oakley, professional translator and lecturer at Universidad Europea de Madrid.

- Collaboration: Mr. Peter Bonney, reviser at Universidad Europea de Madrid and professional translator.
Ms. Elisa Ortombina, fourth-year student in Translation Studies at Universidad Europea de Madrid.


Usual abbreviations:

GC: Grammatical category
CT: Context
S: Source
N: Note/Notes
S: Source/Sources
OV/GV: Orthographic variation/Graphic variation
S: Source
SYN: Synonym/Synonyms
S: Source/Sources
ANT: Antonym/Antonyms
S: Source/Sources
CR: Cross reference


Terminological records with cultural interrelations:

air pollution
alternating current
android
anthracite
aquifer
artificial brain
artificial intelligence
artificial life
atom
automation
automaton
biome
bionics
bit (EN)
Bluetooth wireless technology
butterfly effect
climate change
coke
cybercrime
cyborg (EN)
elevated tank
gasifier
geothermics
floating buoy
gate
geothermal borehole
haycock
hologram
hydrogen
irrigation ditch
lignite (EN)
lock
malware
multi-bladed windmill
nuclear energy
nuclear power plant
office automation
pattern recognition
petroleum
pyrolysis
quantum computer
radioactivity
robot (EN)
silicon
smart glasses
soil pollution
solar energy
spintronics
swamp
synchrotron (EN)
Trojan horse
Turing test
virtual personal assistant
virtual reality
volt (EN)
wiki (EN)
windmill
X-rays

Terminological records with collocations:
automation
computer virus
dam
energy
Higgs boson
petroleum
pollution (EN)
power
reservoir (EN)
swamp

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