Dr. Helen Aristar-Dry is a Professor of Linguistics at Eastern Michigan University and Co-Director of ILIT. Her research specialties include computer applications in linguistics, text and corpus linguistics, authorship attribution, linguistic stylistics, and discourse analysis.
Dr. Anthony Aristar is a Professor of Linguistics at Eastern Michigan University and Co-Director of ILIT. His specialties include historical linguistics and language technology.
Dr. Damir Ćavar is an Assistant Professor of Computational Linguistics at Eastern Michigan University and Associate Director of ILIT.
Dr. Maƚgorzata Ćavar is a faculty affiliate of ILIT. Her research focus is phonology and phonetics, with a specialization in Slavic and Germanic languages. Dr. Cavar joined ILIT in the fall of 2011.
Dr. Verónica Grondona is an Associate Professor of Linguistics in the Linguistics Program of the Department of English Language and Literature at Eastern Michigan University. She specializes in the Native American languages of South America and in endangered language documentation. Professor Grondona has been a major collaborator with ILIT. working as co-principal investigator on the DATA and contributing linguistic data and analysis of Mocovi for the E-MELD project. She is a co-principal investigator on the LL-MAP project.
Dr. Martha Ratliff is an Associate Professor of Linguistics in the Linguistics Program of the Department of English at Wayne State University and a co-principal investigator on the MultiTree project. Professor Ratliff is a historical linguist, specializing in Southeast Asian linguistics and the reconstruction of the Hmong-Mien family.
Dr. Yichun Xie is the Director of the Institute for Geospatial Research & Education (IGRE), an applied geographic information technology research institute at Eastern Michigan University. He also heads the Geography, Geology and Urban Planning Departments. Professor Xie is a co-principal investigator on the LL-MAP project.