18.301, Support: Speech and Language Processing: MA / MSc Student, U of Cambridge

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Subject: 18.301, Support: Speech and Language Processing: MA / MSc Student, U of Cambridge

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Date: 26-Jan-2007
From: Ann Copestake < aac at cl.cam.ac.uk >
Subject: Speech and Language Processing: MA / MSc Student, University of Cambridge, UK 

	
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Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2007 15:38:59
From: Ann Copestake < aac at cl.cam.ac.uk >
Subject: Speech and Language Processing: MA / MSc Student, University of Cambridge, UK 
 

Institution/Organization: University of Cambridge 
Department: Engineering and Computer Laboratory 
Level: MA / MSc 
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics 
Speech and Language Processing 

Description:

Computer Speech, Text and Internet Technology
One Year MPhil Course

The MPhil course in Computer Speech, Text and Internet Technology covers the
fundamental theory of speech and natural language processing and its use in a
variety of advanced applications, especially those related to the Internet. 
Applications covered include information retrieval, information extraction,
dialogue systems, machine translation and question answering.
 
The course runs from early October to the end of June and consists of two terms
of lectures and practicals followed by a project.  There are strong links with
industry and many of our students have gone on to work for start-ups and
industrial research laboratories, either immediately or after completing a PhD.

Cambridge is a major international centre for research in both speech and
language processing. The course is taught by leading researchers in these areas
who have active collaborations with industrial and academic laboratories in
Europe, the US and Japan. A number of full studentships are available. 

Web Address for Applications: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/cstit/ 

Applications are due by: 31-Mar-2007 

Contact Information: 
	Ms Lise Gough 
	cstit-enquiries at cl.cam.ac.uk





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