Computational Linguistics Colloquium
A Distinguished Speaker Series organized by the Department of Computational Linguistics and Phonetics.
Winter Semester 2012/2013
Thursdays, 16:15, Building C7.4, Conference room, unless indicated otherwise
|Date||Speaker||Title of talk||Notes|
|5 November||John Hale||Experience as a control strategy for incremental parsing||unusual date and time!|
|19 November||Massimo Poesio||BrainNet: learning conceptual representations from corpora and neural data
In Senatssitzungssaal, building A2.3, 1st floor!
|unusual date and place!|
|6 December||Jan de Ruiter||The anticipation of the end of the current speaker's turn in natural conversation|
|10 January||Robert Eklund||The neural correlates of filled pauses. An fMRI study of disfluency perception|
|17 January||Michael Kohlhase||Reconstructing and Exploiting Semantics of Mathematical Documents in Science, Technology, and Engineering|
|24 January||Aline Villavicencio||Get out but don't fall down: computational investigations of verbs and verb-particle constructions in child language|