Lukáš Kyjánek

Malostranské náměstí 25
118 00 Praha 1
Czech Republic

Main Research Interests

  • word-formation, esecially derivation
  • computer lexicography, word-formation language resources
  • semantics in derivation, meanings of morphological categories
  • dialectometry, mutual intelligibility of closely related languages
  • quantitative methods and machine learning in computational linguistics


  • DeriNet database and Universal Derivations collection
  • Word-formation structure of Czech words: a data-based research (GAČR 19-14534S; co-investigator; principal investigator: Mgr. Magda Ševčíková, Ph.D.; 2019–2021)
  • Developing derivational networks for multiple languages (GAUK 1176219; co-investigator; principal investigator: Mgr. Jonáš Vidra; 2019–2021)
  • Extension of the lexical word-formation network DeriNet by selected semantic labels (Student Faculty Grant; principal investigator; 2019)
  • Development of an automatic foreign word recognizer in the Czech vocabulary (Student Faculty Grant; principal investigator; 2018)

Curriculum Vitae

  • studying PhD. in Computational Linguistics (since October 2020), Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
  • Masters degree in Computational Linguistics (2017–2020), Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
  • Bachelor degree in Czech Language and Literature with a Focus on Education & Informatics with a Focus on Education (2014–2017), University of Hradec Králové, Faculty of Science

Selected Bibliography

See a complete bibliography and more information about me and my work on my personal webpage.