Faculty of Librarianship, Information, Education and IT (including The Swedish School of Library and Information Science)
Swedish School of Library and Information Science
Phone: 033-435 4679
Room number: C312b
Sándor Darányi has been working at the University of Borås since 2003. His areas of research are advanced access to digital libraries, including automatic indexing, automatic classification, information retrieval and information visualization; digital preservation; narrative genomics for the study of intangible cultural heritage (e.g. mythologies and tales); quantum interaction; and evolving semantics.
He has been involved in several national and international research projects, with publications on e.g. the integration of simulations in formal models of digital libraries; physics as a metaphor to model language change; and formalization of folk narratives for the extraction of test collections from unstructured big data.
He is on the editorial board of Journal of Information Science
1994 Candidate of Science (CSc), Ethnography, Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest, Hungary.
1989 PhD, Information Science, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Arts, Department of Library and Information Science, Budapest, Hungary.
1981-1985 MA, Library and Information Science, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Arts, Department of Library and Information Science, Budapest, Hungary.
1970-1975 MSc, University of Agriculture, Gödöllő, Hungary.
2011- Professor, Swedish School of Library and Information Science, University of Borås, Borås, Sweden
2008- Honorary Professor, Department of Library Science, Szeged University, Hungary
2003- Associate Professor (Senior Lecturer), Swedish School of Library and Information Science (University of Gothenburg), University College Borås, Borås, Sweden and Consultant, Center for Information Retrieval, University of Veszprém, Hungary
2001-2003 Head of Unit, EU Science and Technology Cooperation, Ministry of Education, Budapest, Hungary and National Contact Point for social sciences and the humanities in the 6th Framework Programme
1997-2001 Science and Technology Attaché, Embassy of the Hungarian Republic, Helsinki, Finland
1996-1997 Associate Professor and Temporary Chair, School of Journalism, Library and Information Science, Oslo University College, Oslo, Norway
1995-1996 Professional consultant in Library and Information Science
1993,1995 Kaser Endowed Lecturer and Visiting Scholar, School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA
1985-1996 Assistant Professor of Information Science, specialised in information retrieval, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Arts, Department of Library and Information Science, Budapest, Hungary
2003- Academic Board, Graduate School of Language Technology, Göteborg University.
1995- Journal of Information Science, member of the Editorial Board
1994-2002 Journal of Documentation, member of the Editorial Board
Conferences, organizing and program committees:
SuCCESS’16 - 1st International Workshop on Semantic Change & Evolving Semantics, Member of the Organizing Committee.
2011-2012 IC-ININFO 2011, IC-ININFO 2012, International Scientific/Advisory Board Member
2010 1st International AMICUS Workshop, Co-organizer
2010 Joint JCDL/ICADL International Digital Libraries Conference, Panel on „Computer Science, Information Studies, Digital Libraries, and Web Science: Different facets or different faces?”, Panelist
2007 ICTIR´07, Program Committee Co-Chair
2005 MFIR, SIGIR 2005, Program Committee Member
2004 MFIR, SIGIR 2004, Program Committee Member
2003 „Higher Order Morphologies’ Observer: Information Society, Cultural Heritage and Text Analysis”, 24-26 November, Budapest, Hungary. Initiator, Secretary of the Organizing Committee
2001 „Cultural Innovation and Information Retrieval: The Digitization and Automated Content Exploration of Finno-Ugric Cultural Heritage”, 14 September 2001, National Széchényi Library, Budapest, Hungary. Initiator, Secretary of the Organizing Committee
Supervision of doctoral students
- Tamás Kiezer, Department of Computer Science, University of Pannonia (dissertation opponent, 2009)
- Adrien Skrop, Department of Computer Science, University of Pannonia (dissertation opponent, 2007)
- Júlia Góth, Department of Computer Science, University of Pannonia (dissertation opponent, 2005)