Computational Linguistics & Phonetics Computational Linguistics & Phonetics Fachrichtung 4.7 Universität des Saarlandes

Computational Linguistics Colloquium

The joint Colloquium of the Department of Computational Linguistics and Phonetics and SFB/CRC 1102.

Winter Term 2016/2017

Thursdays, 16:15, Building C7.4, Conference room

Date Speaker Title of talk Notes
10 November Torgrim Soldstad On the processing of explanations in discourse: Evidence from eyetracking during reading
17 November John Nerbonne Sociolinguistics and Computational Linguistics
24 November Alice Turk The Smooth Signal Redundancy Hypothesis and Prosodic Structure
1 December Milena Rabovsky N400 amplitudes reflect change in a probabilistic representation of meaning: Evidence from a neural network model
8 December Janet Pierrehumbert Remembering and generalizing from examples of words
15 December Falk Huettig The effect of learning to read on the neural systems for vision and language: A longitudinal approach with illiterate participants
2 February Elmar Nöth Remote Monitoring of Neurodegeneration through Speech
9 February CLARIN-D CLARIN-D - support for archiving and sharing linguistic data and tools
16 February Ido Dagan Open Knowledge Representation for Texts
6 March John Goldsmith Learning morphology: Something old, something new Unusual weekday! On Monday!
14 March Petra Wagner Measuring and Modeling Prosodic Variation Unusual weekday! On Tuesday!

Summer Term 2017

Thursdays, 16:15, Building C7.4, Conference room

Date Speaker Title of talk Notes
4 May Angelika Storrer tba.
18 May Robert van Rooij tba.
22 June Susanne Gahl tba.