Both Eszter Katona and Árpád Knap won the scholarship of the New National Excellence Program (ÚNKP) for the next one-year period. The title of Eszter’s research is Corruption risk and prediction – Analysis of the texts of public procurement tenders using the tools of natural language processing. Her supervisor is Mihály Fazekas. According to the hypothesis of Eszter’s research, the examination of the wording of public procurement tenders can help in uncovering suspected cases of corruption. The title of Árpád’s research is Analysis of emotions related to twentieth-century traumas using Natural Language Processing methods. In his research, he will analyse emotions found in social media and the press, related to the two most influential events of the 20th century’s Hungarian history: the Treaty of Trianon and the Holocaust. Árpád’s supervisor is Ildikó Barna, the co-leader of our research group.