14.1111, FYI: CfPSummer School in Human Language Technologies

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LINGUIST List:  Vol-14-1111. Tue Apr 15 2003. ISSN: 1068-4875.

Subject: 14.1111, FYI: CfPSummer School in Human Language Technologies

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Date:  Thu, 10 Apr 2003 14:55:18 EDT
From:  Priscilla Rasmussen <rasmusse at cs.rutgers.edu>
Subject:  NAACL-Supported Two-Week Summer School in Human Language

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Date:  Thu, 10 Apr 2003 14:55:18 EDT
From:  Priscilla Rasmussen <rasmusse at cs.rutgers.edu>
Subject:  NAACL-Supported Two-Week Summer School in Human Language

Technologies--Call for Participation


			CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

		NAACL-Supported Two-Week Summer School
		   in Human Language Technologies


The North American Chapter of the Association for Computational
Linguistics (NAACL) is offering an exciting summer school opportunity
for a limited number of graduate and undergraduate students interested
in the field of Human Language Technology.

The summer school will be held June 30-July 11 at The Center for
Language and Speech Processing (CLSP) at Johns Hopkins University in
conjunction with the pre-workshop classes of the CLSP 2003 Summer
Workshop on Language Engineering. Five to ten students will be
selected to attend two weeks of lectures and hands-on laboratories
that will include general introductions to the major areas of study
within the field of Human Language Technology (e.g. Natural Language
Processing, Automatic Speech Recognition, Machine Translation,
Information Retrieval) as well as sessions on specialized research
topics of current interest in the field.

In addition to providing summer school registration fees for all
selected attendees, we also anticipate providing a limited number of
scholarships to cover additional costs (in particular, travel expenses
to the workshop venue and/or accommodation for the full duration).  We
hope to be able to cover the full cost of these two items for at least
some students, and partial costs for others.  If you are a graduate
student, please ask your advisor to contribute to the funding.
Preference for funding will be given to students attending North
American institutions.

Students are expected to attend both weeks of the summer school.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS are available at http://www.naacl.org/, which
also has information on applying for SCHOLARSHIP funds.

The application deadline is May 1, 2003.

For questions about the summer school program, please contact one of
the following NAACL Executive Board members:

    Owen Rambow (rambow at cs.columbia.edu)
    Claire Cardie (cardie at cs.cornell.edu)
    Diane Litman (litman at cs.upitt.edu)
    Dragomir Radev (radev at umich.edu)

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