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Subject: 19.2006, Confs: Not Applicable/Portugal

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Date: 23-Jun-2008
From: Margarita Correia < margarita.correia at gmail.com >
Subject: Commemorative Meeting ILTEC - 20 years

 

	
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Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2008 09:42:43
From: Margarita Correia [margarita.correia at gmail.com]
Subject: Commemorative Meeting ILTEC - 20 years
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Commemorative Meeting ILTEC - 20 years 

Date: 30-Jun-2008 - 01-Jul-2008 
Location: Lisbon, Portugal 
Contact: Mafalda Antunes 
Contact Email: encontro.comemorativo.iltec at gmail.com 
Meeting URL: http://www.iltec.pt/20anos/index.html 

Linguistic Field(s): Not Applicable 

Subject Language(s): Portuguese (por)

Meeting Description: 

Encontro Comemorativo ILTEC - 20 anos / Commemorative Meeting ILTEC - 20 years 
June 30 and July 1st 2008 
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Auditory 3
Lisbon, Portugal 

This year, the Institute for Theoretical and Computational Linguistics de
Linguística Teórica e Computacional,  (ILTEC, (Lisbon, Portugal - www.iltec.pt)
is celebrating its 20th anniversary.

ILTEC was created in 1988 to host the Portuguese team of the Eurotra project.
During its 20 years of existence, ILTEC had a decisive role in the development
of linguistic studies in Portugal, in the introduction of computational
linguistics in our country, as well as in the training of a whole generation of
linguists and computational linguists who work in these fields in both national
and international institutions and enterprises.

For all these reasons, we believe that it is worth celebrating ILTEC's 20th
anniversary.  We are hosting a scientific event under the general theme of
Discourse, Diversity and Literacy: Portuguese Language in the 21st century.
This event will be held in the Portuguese Language.
More information about this event and the updated program are available at
http://www.iltec.pt/20anos/index.html

Neste ano de 2008, o Instituto de Linguística Teórica e Computacional, ILTEC
(Lisboa, www.iltec.pt), comemora os seus 20 anos de existência. 
Criado para alojar a equipa portuguesa do Eurotra, o ILTEC teve, ao longo dos
seus 20 anos de existência, um papel decisivo no desenvolvimento dos estudos
linguísticos em Portugal, na introdução da linguística computacional no nosso
país, assim como na formação de toda uma geração de linguistas que hoje
desempenham com brilhantismo as suas funções, em diversas instituições nacionais
e internacionais.
Por tudo isto, acreditamos que se justifica a comemoração dos 20 anos de vida do
ILTEC, por meio da realização de um encontro científico, subordinado ao tema
Discurso, Diversidade e Literacia: a língua portuguesa no século XXI.
Mais informação e programa actualizado em:
http://www.iltec.pt/20anos/index.html

Contacts / Contactos:
ILTEC
Rua Conde de Redondo, 74, 5º
1150-109 Lisbon - Portugal
Tel.: +351 21 356 30 82
Fax: +351 21 352 81 12
encontro.comemorativo.iltec at gmail.com







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