Computational Linguistics in The Netherlands Thursday 22 January 2009 http://www.let.rug.nl/clin/
The Nineteenth Annual Meeting of Computational Linguistics in The Netherlands (CLIN) will be held on Thursday 22 January 2009 in Groningen, The Netherlands. We invite everyone with an interest in computational linguistics to take part in the meeting. Online registration is possible via the conference website: http://www.let.rug.nl/clin/
CLIN 19 will contain 61 talks and 17 posters on different aspects of computational linguistics such as parsing, machine translation, language modeling, information extraction, ontologies, corpus linguistics, corpus annotation, and others. A complete list of the 78 accepted papers can be found at the conference website.
The invited talk at CLIN 19 will be presented by Mirella Lapata from the University of Edinburgh.
CLIN 19 will be co-located with TLT 7, the 7th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories, which will be held on 23-24 January 2009, in Groningen.
Two linguistic events are held in Groningen in the same week: the conference on Relating Asymmetries between Speech & Comprehension in the Acquisition of Language (24-25 January 2009) and the winter edition of the Dutch Graduate School for Linguistics (LOT, 19-30 January 2009).
CLIN 19 is organized by Erik Tjong Kim Sang and Barbara Plank, with valuable help from Gertjan van Noord, Gosse Bouma, Jelena Prokic Cagri Coltekin and Tim van de Cruys.
See you in Groningen on Thursday 22 January!