11 - 22 September 2017, 9th DGfS Computational Linguistics Fall School, Duesseldorf, Germany
The DGfS Computational Linguistics Fall School was established in 2001 by the Special Interest Group on Computational Linguistics of the German Linguistic Society as a biennial event for students who wish to broaden their knowledge of techniques and methods used in natural language processing. The motivation is to give interested students an understanding of innovative and emerging fields in computational linguistics, including fields not traditionally taught in standard degree programs.
The Fall School offers the following four courses, each of which consists of ten 90-minutes lectures:
- Michael Franke, Michael Henry Tessler: Computational Pragmatics
- Hassan M. Sajjad, Fahim Imaduddin: Deep Learning for Machine Translation
- Laura Kallmeyer, Timm Lichte, Rainer Osswald, Simon Petitjean: Grammar Implementation with Lexicalized Tree Adjoining Grammars and Frame Semantics
- Felix Bildhauer, Roland Schäfer: Creation, Use, and Analysis of Linguistically Annotated Resources