Yağmur Öztürk

Yağmur Öztürk

PhD Student in NLP
Temporary Research and Teaching Attaché (A.T.E.R.)


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International Symposium of Morphology 2023
September 13-15, 2023 - Nancy, France

Presentation during the 5th session, on Thursday 14th – Defining Semantic Categories for the Description of Turkish Nominal Morphemes.


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Derivational Morphology 2023
October 5-6, 2023 - Centre for Advanced Academic Studies (CAAS), Dubrovnik, Croatia

Presentation during the 4th session, on Friday 6th – Morphological Resources for the Study of Turkish Derived Nouns.


About me

I am Yağmur, a PhD student in NLP at the Centre Tesnière (CRIT) research lab in the Franche-Comté University, a teaching assistant and the secretary of the CRIT lab.
You can contact me for any question you have at yagmur.ozturk@edu.univ-fcomte.fr!

Research areas

Comparative morphosemantics, semantic analysis, word-formation, derivational morphology, linguistic modelisation, processing based on linguistic rules, ontologies


Comparative Morphosemantics of French and Turkish: from a theoretical description to a deconstruction tool


Izabella THOMAS, UFC


Presidency For Turks Abroad And Related Communities (YTB)

Funded by YTB (Ministry of Cultural Affairs and Tourism, Turkey), from november 2020 to november 2021.


Despite the typological differences between French and Turkish, we make an assumption that comparison between these two languages can be made in terms of meaning and meaning construction processes. Thus, our theoretical objectives would be as follows:

The applicative objective is to create a language learning tool used by French speakers to learn Turkish. But the diverse resources could be used in various tasks related to Natural Language Processing, such as: This approach, based on the establishment of a repertoire of meanings, could be possibly extended to other languages that do not have such kinds of tools.