10th Fall School in Computational Linguistics
The 10th Fall School in Computational Linguistics will take place at Stuttgart from Sept 9-20
The Institute for Natural Language Processing (IMS) at Stuttgart University invites participants to the 10th Fall School in Computational Linguistics of the German Linguistic Society (DGfS), taking place Sept 9-20, 2019.
The biannual two-week event is targeted at students of computer science, linguistics and related fields, who want to extend their knowledge of natural language processing.
The Fall School 2019 offers four courses, all in English:
- Embeddings in NLP (Eva-Maria Vecchi, LMU Munich)
- Reflected Text Analysis beyond Linguistics (Nils Reiter, University of Stuttgart)
- Ethics in NLP (Thomas Arnold, TU Darmstadt)
- Syntactic Structures Can’t Be Just Anything (Meaghan Fowlie, University of Utrecht)
Course work can be awareded ECTS credits upon agreement.
The courses are complemented by evening lectures by Fotis Jannidis (University of Würzburg) and Katja Filippova (Google) as well as an industrial exchange forum and weekend activities.
The registration fee is 50/75 EUR for students (until/from July 7, respectively) and 100/150 EUR for other participants. There is a budget for scholarships; applications must be received by May 31st.
See the web page https://dgfs-clschool19.github.io/ for further information and a pdf of the announcement poster. Registration will open next week.