spoken language processing

The 10th International Conference on the Computational Processing of Portuguese (PROPOR 2012)

Abbreviated Title: 
PROPOR 2012
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
6 Nov 2011
Event Dates: 
17 Apr 2012 - 20 Apr 2012
City: 
Coimbra
Country: 
Portugal
Contact: 
Aline Villavicencio
Contact: 
Antonio Teixeira
Contact Email: 
cc [at] propor2012 [dot] org

================= 2nd CALL FOR PAPERS ==================
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PROPOR'2012

The 10th International Conference on the Computational
Processing of Portuguese

http://www.propor2012.org/

Coimbra, Portugal April 17-20, 2012

Paper Submission Deadline: November 6, 2011

Keynote Speakers: Robert Berwick (MIT)
Paul Boersma (University of Amsterdam)

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The 10th International Conference on the Computational Processing of Portuguese (PROPOR 2012)

Abbreviated Title: 
PROPOR 2012
Call for Papers
Submission Deadline: 
6 Nov 2011
Event Dates: 
17 Apr 2012 - 20 Apr 2012
City: 
Coimbra
Country: 
Portugal
Contact: 
Aline Villavicencio
Contact: 
Antonio Teixeira
Contact Email: 
cc [at] propor2012 [dot] org

================ FIRST CALL FOR PAPERS ================
=======================================================
PROPOR'2012

The 10th International Conference on the Computational
Processing of Portuguese

http://www.propor2012.org/

Coimbra, Portugal April 17-20, 2012

Paper Submission Deadline: November 6, 2011

Keynote Speaker: Robert Berwick (MIT, USA)
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The International Conference on Computational Processing of Portuguese (PROPOR)

NLP courses at the Linguistic Institute 2011, July 7-Aug 2

Other
Submission Deadline: 
5 Jul 2011
Event Dates: 
7 Jul 2011 - 2 Aug 2011
Location: 
University of Colorado
City: 
Boulder
State: 
Colorado
Country: 
USA
Contact: 
Martha Palmer
Contact Email: 
lsa2011 [at] colorado [dot] edu

The University of Colorado is offering a remarkable opportunity for people
interested in Computational Linguistics to be brought up to date with the
latest developments and trends in 4 short weeks.

This is part of the Linguistic Institute 2011 in Boulder (see below), which
offers an unusually wide range of Computational Linguistics courses by
renowned
researchers, covering everything from
spoken language recognition (Dan Jurafsky, Mari Ostendorf, Julia
Hirschberg)
to statistical parsing (Rebecca Hwa)
to Lexical semantics (Christiane Fellbaum)

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