Born into a multicultural family of scientists, Marina Pantcheva paired her multilingual background with an eccentric childhood dream that led her to mastering 11 languages…and still counting. After working as translator, educator, consultant, and founding her own language school, she turned to exploring the elementary particles of language in her PhD research on nanosyntax. In 2014, Marina exchanged academic life for the high-paced world of localization, and currently leads a multifaceted crowd localization project. In her spare time, she still reads about science and engages in research inspired by the vast amount of data she encounters in her daily work.
Upcoming Sessions for Marina Pantcheva
- MicroTalks - LocWorld47 – Berlin 2022