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David Moeljadi, Ph.D. (莫誠福)
Office: Křížkovského 12, Room KB-3.28
Office hours: Tue, 15:30–16:30
david.moeljadi@upol.cz, davidmoeljadi@gmail.com

Employment history

May 2019–present Junior researcher in "Sinophone Borderlands - interaction at the Edges"
Assistant professor in Indonesian Studies at the Department of Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic
Oct 2018–May 2019 Associate data scientist (Intern) at Traveloka Services Pte. Ltd., Singapore
Feb 2016–Mar 2016 Data scientist (Intern) at Fuji Xerox R&D Square, Japan
Apr 2012–Mar 2013 Web designer at Rakuten Travel, Inc., Japan

Education

Jan 2014–Nov 2018 Doctor of Philosophy in computational linguistics, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Thesis: An Indonesian Resource Grammar (INDRA): And Its Application to A Treebank (JATI) (DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.32657/10220/46580)
Apr 2013–Jan 2014 Research student in linguistics, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan
Apr 2010–Mar 2012 Master of Letters in General Culture (Linguistics), The University of Tokyo, Japan
Thesis: A statistical analysis of Indonesian possessive verbal predicates
Apr 2006–Mar 2010 Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Thesis: Possessive predicate constructions in Indonesian
Apr 2005–Mar 2006 Student in Japanese language and cultural studies, Center for Japanese Language and Culture, Osaka University of Foreign Studies, Japan
Aug 2004–Jan 2005 Undergraduate student in Japanese language and literature, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia

Publications

  1. Moeljadi, David and Zakariya Pamuji Aminullah (2020) Building the Old Javanese Wordnet. In Nicoletta Calzolari et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of The 12th Language Resources and Evaluation Conference, Marseille, France, 2933–2939. European Language Resources Association. Abstract (click to toggle)
  2. Nomoto, Hiroki and David Moeljadi (2019) ‘Linguistic studies using large annotated corpora: Introduction’. In Hiroki Nomoto and David Moeljadi, eds. Linguistic studies using large annotated corpora. NUSA 67: 1–6. [Permanent URL: http://repository.tufs.ac.jp/handle/10108/94450] [doi: 10.15026/94450]
  3. Moeljadi, David, Aditya Kurniawan, and Debaditya Goswami (2019) Building Cendana: a Treebank for Informal Indonesian. In Ryo Otoguro, Mamoru Komachi, and Tomoko Ohkuma (Eds.), Proceedings of the 33rd Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation, Future University Hakodate, 156–164. Tokyo: Waseda Institute for the Study of Language and Information. Abstract (click to toggle)
  4. Moeljadi, David, Ian Kamajaya, and Azhari Dasman Darnis (2019) Considerations for Providing Etymological Information in the KBBI Indonesian Dictionary. In Mehmet Gürlek, Ahmet Naim Çiçekler, and Yasin Taşdemir (Eds.), Proceedings of the 13th International Conference of the Asian Association for Lexicography, Istanbul University, 161–178. the Asian Association for Lexicography. Istanbul: Asos Publisher. Abstract (click to toggle)
  5. Moeljadi, David and Francis Bond (2018) HPSG Analysis and Computational Implementation of Indonesian Passives. In Müller, Stefan and Frank Richter (Eds.), Proceedings of The 25th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar, University of Tokyo, 129–139. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications. Abstract (click to toggle)
  6. Nomoto, Hiroki, Hannah Choi, David Moeljadi, and Francis Bond (2018) MALINDO Morph: Morphological dictionary and analyser for Malay/Indonesian. In Kiyoaki Shirai (ed.) Proceedings of the LREC 2018 Workshop "The 13th Workshop on Asian Language Resources", pp 36–43. Miyazaki. Abstract (click to toggle)
  7. Nomoto, Hiroki, Kenji Okano, David Moeljadi, and Hideo Sawada (2018) TUFS Asian Language Parallel Corpus (TALPCo). In Proceedings of the Twenty-fourth Annual Meeting of the Association for Natural Language Processing, Kyoto, pp 436–439. Abstract (click to toggle)
  8. Kamajaya, Ian, David Moeljadi, and Dora Amalia (2017) KBBI Daring: A Revolution in The Indonesian Lexicography. In Electronic lexicography in the 21st century. Proceedings of eLex 2017 conference., Leiden, pp 513–530. Abstract (click to toggle)
  9. Moeljadi, David (2017) Building JATI: A Treebank for Indonesian. In Proceedings of The 4th Atma Jaya Conference on Corpus Studies (ConCorps 4), Jakarta, pp 1–9. Abstract (click to toggle)
  10. Moeljadi, David, Ian Kamajaya, and Dora Amalia (2017) Building the Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia (KBBI) Database and Its Applications. In Proceedings of The 11th International Conference of the Asian Association for Lexicography, Guangzhou, pp 64–80. Abstract (click to toggle)
  11. Le, Tuan Anh, David Moeljadi, Yasuhide Miura, and Tomoko Ohkuma (2016) Sentiment Analysis for Low Resource Languages: A Study on Informal Indonesian Tweets. In Proceedings of The 12th Workshop on Asian Language Resources, Osaka, pp 123–131. Abstract (click to toggle)
  12. Moeljadi, David, Francis Bond, and Luís Morgado da Costa (2016) Basic copula clauses in Indonesian. In Proceedings of the Joint 2016 Conference on Head-driven Phrase Structure Grammar and Lexical Functional Grammar, Warsaw, pp 442–456. Abstract (click to toggle)
  13. Moeljadi, David and Francis Bond (2016) Identifying and Exploiting Definitions in Wordnet Bahasa. In Proceedings of the Eighth Global WordNet Conference, Bucharest, pp 226–232. Abstract (click to toggle)
  14. Moeljadi, David, Francis Bond, and Sanghoun Song (2015) Building an HPSG-based Indonesian Resource Grammar (INDRA). In Proceedings of the Grammar Engineering Across Frameworks (GEAF) Workshop, 53rd Annual Meeting of the ACL and 7th IJCNLP, pp. 9–16, Beijing, China, July 26-31, 2015. Abstract (click to toggle)
  15. Moeljadi, David (2014) Usage of Indonesian Possessive Verbal Predicates: A Statistical Analysis Based on Storytelling Survey. Tokyo University Linguistic Papers 35: 155–176 (URI: http://repository.dl.itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/dspace/handle/2261/56385). Abstract (click to toggle)
  16. Nagaya, Naonori and David Moeljadi (2013) Five levels in Indonesian. In: Tasaku Tsunoda (ed.) Five levels in clause linkage (Vol. 1), pp. 281–303. Joso City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan: Matsueda Publishers. Abstract (click to toggle)
  17. Moeljadi, David (2011) Possessive verbal predicate constructions in Indonesian. Tokyo University Linguistic Papers 31: 117–133 (URI: http://repository.dl.itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/dspace/handle/2261/52732). Abstract (click to toggle)

Invited presentations

  1. Moeljadi, David (2018) Documenting Sinitic Loanwords in Indonesian. Presented at Sinophone Borderlands Data Collection and Management Workshop, Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic, 17 December 2018.
  2. Moeljadi, David (2018) Resources in Indonesian Natural Language Processing: Computational Grammars, Treebanks, etc. Presented at Faculty of Science and Technology, Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University, Yogyakarta, 12 December 2018.
  3. Moeljadi, David (2018) Wordnet: Jejaring kata / Pangkalan data leksikal. Presented at Faculty of Science and Technology, Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University, Yogyakarta, 11 December 2018.
  4. Moeljadi, David (2018) Resources in Indonesian Natural Language Processing: Computational Grammars, Treebanks, etc. Presented at Kuliah Umum "Komputasi Linguistik dalam Revolusi Industri 4.0" at Faculty of Education and Pedagogy, Dwijendra University, Denpasar, Bali, 8 December 2018.
  5. Moeljadi, David and Takayuki Kuribayashi (2018) Introduction and demo of Jacy: an implemented HPSG grammar of Japanese. Presented at the Workshop on the Clause Structure of Japanese and Korean in The 25th International Conference on Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG 2018), the University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus, Tokyo, 2 July 2018.
    Files: [pdf slides (216.4 KB)]
  6. Moeljadi, David (2017) Building JATI: A Treebank for Indonesian. Presented at The 4th Atma Jaya Conference on Corpus Studies (ConCorps 4), Pusat Kajian Bahasa dan Budaya, Program Studi Linguistik Terapan Bahasa Inggris, Fakultas Pendidikan dan Bahasa, Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, 21 July 2017.
    Files: [pdf slides (244.7 KB)]
  7. Moeljadi, David (2016) Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia (KBBI): Dari Word+Excel ke Pangkalan Data, Aplikasi Daring+Luring (Dari KBBI IV ke KBBI V). Presented at Diseminasi Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia Edisi V, Badan Bahasa, Jakarta, 13 December 2016.
    Files: [pdf slides (3.2 MB)]
  8. Moeljadi, David (2016) Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia (KBBI): Dari Word+Excel ke Pangkalan Data, Aplikasi Daring+Luring (Dari KBBI IV ke KBBI V). Presented at Sosialisasi Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia (KBBI) Edisi Kelima bagi seluruh staf Badan Bahasa, Ruang Rapat Gedung Samudra, Rawamangun, Jakarta Timur, 7 December 2016.
    Files: [pdf slides (3.2 MB)]
  9. Moeljadi, David (2016) Pendaringan KBBI. Presented at Lokakarya Pemutakhiran Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia, Best Western Premier The Hive Hotel, Jakarta, 22 September 2016.
    Files: [pdf slides (2.3 MB)]
  10. Moeljadi, David (2016) Wordnet: Jejaring kata / Pangkalan data leksikal [Wordnet: Net of words / Lexical database]. Presented at Musyawarah Sekretariat Ke-22 Majelis Bahasa Brunei Darussalam-Indonesia-Malaysia (MABBIM), Millenium Hotel Sirih, Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia, 23 August 2016.
    Files: [pdf slides (7.3 MB)]
  11. Moeljadi, David (2016) WordNet (Bahasa): Pangkalan data leksikal (bahasa Indonesia/Melayu) [WordNet (Bahasa): (Indonesian/Malay) lexical database]. Presented at Wordnet Bahasa Workshop in Indonesian Lexicography Seminar, Jakarta, Indonesia, 28 July 2016.
    Files: [pdf slides (26.6 MB)]
  12. Moeljadi, David (2016) Building an open-source computational grammar for Indonesian "INDRA". Presented at The first LingDy Forum in 2016 at ILCAA, Tokyo, 5 April 2016.
    Files: [html slides]  [Abstract]

Works of art

  1. Moeljadi, David (2016) 遡上 [Against the current]. Japanese ink painting. Size: 172 × 47. Exhibited at the 16th International Bokuga Exhibition in the National Art Center, Tokyo, June 8-20, 2016.
  2. Moeljadi, David (2015) 罪を覆う愛 [Love covers sins]. Japanese ink painting, painted in the last week of September 2015, ordered by and presented to the newly wed couple, Franky and Eveline. 1 Peter 4:8 "Above all, keep loving one another earnestly, since love covers a multitude of sins".
  3. Moeljadi, David (2013) 曙光 [Dawn]. Japanese ink painting. Size: 172 × 47. Awarded 文化賞 [Culture prize]. Exhibited at the 13th International Bokuga Exhibition in the National Art Center, Tokyo, June 12-24, 2013 and at Singapore – Japan Ink Painting Exchange Exhibition 2017 in Visual Arts Centre, Singapore, September 17-21, 2017.
  4. Moeljadi, David (2011) 銀竹 [Silver bamboo]. Japanese ink painting. Size: 135 × 35. Awarded 奨励賞 [Encouragement prize]. Exhibited at the 11th International Bokuga Exhibition in the National Art Center, Tokyo, June 22-July 4, 2011 and at Exposition des peintures à l'encre sur papier [Exhibition of ink paintings on paper] in Espace des Blancs Manteaux, Paris, October 25-31, 2011.
  5. Moeljadi, David (2011) 南国舞踊 [Dance of southern country]. Japanese ink painting. Size: 135 × 35. Exhibited at the 11th International Bokuga Exhibition in the National Art Center, Tokyo, June 22-July 4, 2011.
  6. Moeljadi, David (2010) こいしい [Koishii]. Japanese ink painting. Size: 135 × 35. Exhibited at the 10th International Bokuga Exhibition in the National Art Center, Tokyo, June 23-July 5, 2010.
  7. Moeljadi, David (2006) A reproduction of the Lantingji Xu by Wang Xizhi. Chinese calligraphy. Exhibited at the 16th Shohousha Exhibition in the International Cultural Center, Osaka, March 31-April 2, 2006.

Grants and awards

Affiliations

Skills

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Others

Countries I have been to so far:

visited 38 countries (19.5%):
  1. Indonesia (Malang, Batu, Surabaya, Kediri, Denpasar, Jakarta, Depok, Bogor etc. 1986-2005; Malang 2006; Malang, Yogyakarta 2007; Malang 2008; Malang, Denpasar, Singaraja 2010; Malang 2011; Malang 2012; Padang 2013; Malang, Trawas, Surabaya, Kupang, So'e, Takalelang, Kalabahi 2014; Batam, Jambi 2015; Depok, Jakarta, Bogor, Malang, Bangil, Surabaya 2016; Jakarta, Batam, Malang 2017; Malang, Batu, Surabaya, Jakarta, Bintan, Kuta, Denpasar, Yogyakarta 2018; Banyuwangi, Malang, Yogyakarta, Jakarta, Depok 2019)
  2. Japan (Osaka, Kyoto, Kobe, Himeji, Wakayama, Yamaguchi, Nara, Tokyo, Yokohama, Saitama, Chiba, Ibaraki, Shizuoka, Hiroshima, Hakata, Fukuoka, Kumamoto, Oita, Beppu, Kagoshima, Nagasaki, Nagano, Takayama, Sapporo, Hakodate, Asahikawa, Fukushima, Matsumoto, Ichinoseki, Kesennuma, Nagoya etc. 2005-2014; Tokyo, Yokohama, Sendai 2016; Tokyo 2017; Tokyo, Saitama 2018; Tokyo, Hakodate, Yokohama 2019; Tokyo, Yokohama 2020)
  3. China (Chengdu, Jiuzhaigou, Huanglong, Lhasa 2006; Beijing 2012; Beijing 2015; Guangzhou 2017; Nanjing, Huaibei 2018)
  4. South Korea (Seoul, Panmunjom, Suwon, Gyeongju, Ansan 2009)
  5. Taiwan (Taipei, Kaohsiung, Tainan 2009; Taipei 2011)
  6. Germany (Mannheim, Heidelberg, Konstanz, Köln, Aachen, Trier, Weimar, Speyer, Bad Dürkheim, Berlin, Potsdam, München, Füssen 2009)
  7. France (Strasbourg, Colmar, Paris, Versailles 2009; Paris, Lyon 2018)
  8. Switzerland (Zürich, Sargans, Basel, Luzern, Interlaken, Jungfraujoch 2009)
  9. Liechtenstein (Vaduz 2009)
  10. Netherlands (Amsterdam 2009; Leiden 2019)
  11. Belgium (Bruxelles 2009)
  12. Luxembourg (2009)
  13. Austria (Salzburg, Vienna 2009)
  14. Hungary (Budapest 2009)
  15. Czech Republic (Prague 2009; Prague, Olomouc 2018; Prague, Olomouc, Český Těšín, Brno 2019-present)
  16. Slovakia (Bratislava 2009)
  17. Turkey (Istanbul 2010)
  18. Israel (Kibbutz Ein Dor, Tel Rekhesh, Nazareth, Cana, Capernaum, Sea of Galilee, Qumran, Dead Sea, Jerusalem 2010)
  19. North Korea (Pyongyang, Kaesong, Panmunjom 2012)
  20. United Kingdom (London 2012)
  21. Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur 2013; Melaka, Johor Bahru 2014; Penang, Langkawi 2017; Kota Kinabalu 2018; Semporna 2019)
  22. Singapore (2013, 2014-2019)
  23. East Timor (Dili 2014)
  24. Vietnam (Hanoi 2015)
  25. Romania (Bucharest 2016)
  26. United States of America (San Fransisco, Palo Alto 2016; Seattle 2017; Los Angeles, San Diego 2018; Seattle 2019)
  27. Australia (Melbourne 2016)
  28. Brunei Darussalam (Bandar Seri Begawan 2016)
  29. United Arab Emirates (Dubai 2017)
  30. Thailand (Bangkok 2017)
  31. Finland (Helsinki, Turku, Tampere 2017; Helsinki, Tampere 2019)
  32. Estonia (Tallinn 2017)
  33. Sweden (Stockholm 2017)
  34. Norway (Oslo 2017)
  35. Qatar (Doha 2017)
  36. Philippines (Boracay, Manila 2018)
  37. Laos (Luang Prabang 2018)
  38. Poland (Warsaw 2018; Cieszyn 2019)
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