Monday
17
February

Upcoming Event

What Everything Can Go Wrong in Live Speech Translation

Ondřej Bojar of ÚFAL will describe one of the goals of the EU project ELITR and its current status of development: on-line subtitling of presentations into many target languages.

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Studies in Prague

High-quality affordable bachelor’s and master’s programs taught in English, at one of the oldest and most highly regarded universities in Europe and in one of the most student-friendly cities.

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Daniel Zeman awarded

Congratulations to Daniel Zeman who earned the Dean's Award for his monograph The world of tokens, tags and trees.

Dan is a significant member of the Universal Dependencies team who develops an universal grammatical description applicable to as many languages as possible.

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Fall tutorials

The LINDAT/CLARIAH-CZ Tutorials Second Announcement

Tutorials are primarily intended for researchers in the humanities and arts, language technology experts and students across these disciplines.

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Jindřich Libovický awarded

With great pleasure we inform that our colleague Jindřich Libovický was awarded a highly prestigious Dimitris N. Chorafas Prize, which is intended for the best graduating doctorate students "for outstanding work in selected fields in the engineering sciences, medicine and the natural sciences."

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Studies in Czech morphology and syntax

Jamila Panevová

To present her ideological development and her research interests, Professor Jarmila Panevová selected 25 papers, written in Czech, which focus on four topics: I. Studies in Morphological Semantics, II. General Questions in Syntax, III. Questions in Valency, and IV. Questions on Reflectivity, Reciprocity, Co-Reference and Control.

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