23.1865, FYI: TLA Lecture Series on e-Humanities

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Subject: 23.1865, FYI: TLA Lecture Series on e-Humanities

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Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2012 14:06:25
From: Sebastian Drude [Sebastian.Drude at mpi.nl]
Subject: TLA Lecture Series on e-Humanities

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Starting this semester The Language Archive (TLA) of the MPI for 
Psycholinguistics will organize a new lecture series in the broad area of 
E-Humanities.

We would like to invite you to these lectures, which are open to 
everybody who is interested.

Program 1st semester 2012:

Speaker:	Mike Kestemont (University of Antwerp)
Title:	 The Weight of the Author. Quantitative authorship attribution in 
medieval Dutch literature

Mike Kestemont is a PHD student at the University of Antwerp, where 
he is affiliated with the CLiPS language technology group and the 
medieval group of the Institute for the Study of Literature in the 
Netherlands (ISLN). His research focuses on the (computational) 
analysis of historical literature in the field of traditional stylistics in semi-
literate cultures (e.g. Middle Dutch epic poetry).
Date, time:  May 9, 2012, 10:30-11:30.
Location:	MPI for Psycholinguistics, conference room 163


Speaker:	Antal van den Bosch (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Title:	  Big Linguistic Data

Antal van den Bosch is professor of example based language modeling 
at the Centre for Language Studies of the Radboud University 
Nijmegen. His research focuses on the intersection of computational 
understanding of language and computational generation of language.
Date, time:  June 6, 2012, 14:30-15:30
Location:	MPI for Psycholinguistics, conference room 163


Speaker:	Alexander Mehler (Goethe University Frankfurt am Main)
Title:  Linguistic Networks: Text-technological Representation and 
Quantitative Analysis

Alexander Mehler is professor at the text technology lab of the Goethe 
University in Frankfurt am Main. His research focuses on quantitative 
computational methods, for instance on semantics, multimodal corpora, 
and parallel corpora.
Date, time:  July 11, 2012, 14:30-15:30
Location:	MPI for Psycholinguistics, conference room 163

The lectures are free of charge and open to the public. If you wish to 
attend please send an e-mail to tla-lectures at mpi.nl.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, lectures can be cancelled at short 
notice. It is therefore advisable to confirm dates : +31-(0)24-3521911. 



Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
                     Text/Corpus Linguistics





 






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