Departments and Units

Julie Humbert-Droz

Sessional Lecturer, PhD Student
Phone: +41 22 37 98866
Office: 6337 - Uni Mail

Teaching Activities
Lexique et ressources langagières
Corpus pour la traduction

Research Interests
Corpus linguistics and textual terminology

PhD Research Project

Analysing de-terminologisation in specialised corpora with a tool-based approach


Julie Humbert-Droz joined the terminology team of the Department of Translation Technology (referred to by its French acronym TIM) in September 2014, after completing a Bachelor’s degree in Multilingual Communication in 2012 and a Master’s degree in Translation – Translation Technologies in 2014 both at the Faculty of Translation and Interpretation (FTI) at the University of Geneva. From 2014 to 2020, she works as a research and teaching assistant in terminology and, since 2020, Julie Humbert-Droz is a sessional lecturer at the FTI and at the Faculty of Languages of the University of StrasbourgHer interests include textual terminology, variation in terminology, corpus linguistics, circulation of terms between language for general purpose and language for specific purposes (de-terminologisation in particular). In 2016, she started a joint doctoral thesis in Multilingual Information Processing and Linguistics, supervised by Aurélie Picton, Professor at the University of Geneva, and Anne Condamines, CNRS Senior Researcher at the University of Toulouse – Jean Jaurès.