Simon Atelšek, PhD

Research Fellow, Researcher at the Terminological Section



+386 1 470 65 26

simon.atelsek@zrc-sazu.si

Novi trg 4 (3rd floor)



Researcher's IDs
31459 (ARRS)

Simon Atelšek (22 January 1980) is a researcher at the Terminological Section. He is particularly interested in the historical development of the Slovenian terminology and modern terminology and terminography. He is a co-editor of the Terminological Dictionary of Animal Science and a member of the editorial board of Terminological Counselling. He also makes layout for the Institute’s publications and prepares them for publishing on the Internet.

Research Areas

  • Terminology
  • Terminography
  • Historical linguistics

Education, Academic and Scientific Titles

● 2020–: Research Fellow, ZRC SAZU, Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language

● 2016: PhD: Čebelarsko izrazje od 18. do srede 19. stoletja (Beekeeping Terminology from the 18th to the Middle of the 19th Century), Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana

● 2005: BA degree in Slovenian Language, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana

● 1998: matura exam, Škofijska klasična gimnazija, Ljubljana


Employments, Leadership Positions and Competences

Employments:

● 2008–: ZRC SAZU, Fran Ramovš Institute of the Slovenian Language

● 2006–2008: Mozirje Central Library

● 2005–2007: temporary employment, Centre for Slovene as a Second/Foreign Language, University of Ljubljana

Leadership Positions:

  • 2013–: co-leader of the project Terminological Dictionary of Animal Science (with Mitja Trojar, PhD)

Work in Editorial Boards and Expert Commissions

● 2015–: member of the editorial board of Terminological Counselling

Outstanding Achievements, Awards and Grants

  • 2017: co-author of the monograph Čebelarska pisna zapuščina Petra Pavla Glavarja (Peter Pavel Glavar’s written heritage related to beekeeping)
  • 2008: co-author of the terminological dictionary Čebelarski terminološki slovar (Dictionary of Beekeeping Terminology)
Research areas
History of language H355
Lexicology H353
Linguistics H350

Keywords
Language history
terminography
terminology