Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands

Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN) 21 will take place at Campus Schoonmeersen of the University College Ghent on February 11th, 2011.

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Presentation guidelines

  • Oral presentations: presentation of 15 minutes + 5 minutes for questions
  • Poster presentations: A0 portrait format, posters can be mounted during the lunch break

STIL thesis prize

Since 2009, STIL sponsors a prize for an MA thesis that describes high quality research in computational linguistics or its applications. This prize of 1000 euro will be awarded on a yearly basis during the CLIN meetings. More information can be found here.

Organizing committee

Kathelijne Denturck, Véronique Hoste, Els Lefever and Peter Velaerts

  • Kathelijne Denturck – Kathelijne.Denturck@hogent.be
  • Véronique Hoste – veronique.hoste@hogent.be
  • Els Lefever – els.lefever@hogent.be
  • Peter Velaerts – peter.velaerts@hogent.be

with support of Philip van Oosten and Bart Desmet.

CLIN 21 is supported by:

Stevin

CLIFLTCI

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