Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
Institut für Computerlinguistik

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Gastvorträge


Zeit Dozent Titel Ort
13.03.2019
14:00
Graeme Hirst
University of Toronto
Who decides what a text means?(And what the answer implies for computational linguistics)
[Abstract]
Konferenzraum, INF 205
30.01.2019
11:15
Christian Buck
Google AI, Zurich
Active Question Answering with Reinforcement Learning
[Abstract]
SR 11, INF 205
24.01.2019 - 18:00-20:00 Chris Biemann
Universität Hamburg
User-adaptive, interpretable language technology
(Abstract)
29.01.2019 Isabelle Augenstein
University of Copenhagen
Natural Language Understanding with Limited Training Data
(Abstract)
13.12.2018
18:00
Saif Mohammad
National Research Council Canada
The Search for Emotions, Creativity, and Fairness in Language
[Abstract]
SR 11, INF 205
28.11.2018
14:00
Wilker Aziz
University of Amsterdam
Auto-Encoding Variational Neural Machine Translation
[Abstract]
SR 24, INF 325
05.11.2018
11:15
Trevor Cohn
University of Melbourne
Translation on a shoestring
[Abstract]
Konferenzraum, INF 205
(Mathematikon)
30.10.2018
16:00
George Foster
Google AI, Montreal
Revisiting Character-Based Neural Machine Translation with Capacity and Compression
[Abstract]
SR 2/414, INF 205
19.10.2018 Yufang Hou
IBM
Computational Argumentation: A Personal Journey
(Abstract)
23.05.2018
11:00
Abhijeet Gupta
IMS, University of Stuttgart
Entities in Distributional Semantics
[Abstract]
SR 10, INF 205
(Mathematikon)
09.05.2018
11:00
Ramón Astudillo
UNBABEL, Lisbon
The impact of deep learning in Spoken Language Translation
[Abstract]
SR 10, INF 205
(Mathematikon)
25.04.2018
18:0020:00
Dr. Cäcilia Zirn
mayato, Berlin
Text Mining in der deutschen Wirtschaft
[Abstract]
Konferenzraum im IWR
(Mathematikon)
26.01.2018
11:1512:45
Alex Fraser
CIS, LMU Munich
Linguistically-informed target-word representations for machine translation
[Abstract]
SR 6, INF 205 (Mathematikon)


Gasttutorien

Zeit Dozent Titel
06.06.-08.06.2016
10:00 – 12:00 Uhr
Mathematikon, Konferenzraum
09.06 - 10.06.2016
11:00 - 13:00 Uhr
OMZ, UO14
Guillaume Bouchard Tutorial: Matrix and Tensor Factorization Methods for Natural Language Processing
15.01.2016
09:30 - 12:00 and 13:00 - 15:30
INF368 (IWR), Room 520
Stefanie Jegelka
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Submodular functions and machine learning [ Abstract ]
Registration
12.10.-16.10.2015
10:00 - 12:00 c.t.
INF350 U013
(side-entrance east)
Nate Chambers
United States Naval Academy
Extracting Rich Event Structure from Text (models and evaluations) [ Abstract ]
03.11.-06.11.2014 Noah Smith
Carnegie Mellon University
Machine Learning about People from their Language
30.09.-04.10.2013 Dan Roth
University of Illinois
Predicting Structures in NLP: Constrained Conditional Models and Integer Linear Programming


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