Fred Jelinek Seminar Series

Archive

Video archive is available on our dedicated ÚFAL video lectures site.

Title Speaker Date Room
No surprise here: On discourse expectations, underspecified coherence relations, and reduced referring expressions Jet Hoek (University of Cologne) Mon 16.12.2019 14:00 S1
Granularity in coherence relations and in connective description: Empirical and practical considerations Manfred Stede (University of Potsdam) Mon 09.12.2019 14:00 S1
Descriptive tradition, experimental research, and the semantics of conversion Salvador Valera (University of Granada) Mon 13.05.2019 13:30 S1
Enhancing Universal Dependency Annotation Gosse Bouma (University of Groningen) Mon 15.04.2019 13:30 S1
Actionability in Cognitive Robotics Sergei Nirenburg and Marjorie McShane (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, USA) Mon 01.04.2019 13:30 S1
Pattern Grammar meets construction grammar Amanda Patten Mon 03.12.2018 13:30 S1
When reference is subjected to evolution: how do we construct and interpret the "chains" between textuality and ontology? Guy Achard-Bayle (Université de Lorraine, Metz) Mon 12.11.2018 14:15 S1
Referring expressions and coreference chains in French: annotation strategies, annotating tools, and annotated resources Frederic Landragin (CNRS, Laboratoire LATTICE – École normale supérieure, Paris) Mon 12.11.2018 13:30 S1
Towards Knowledge-Based Neural Machine Translation Deyi Xiong (Tianjin University) Mon 05.11.2018 13:30 S1
Found in Translation - Learning to understand languages with cross-lingual grounding Jörg Tiedemann Mon 18.06.2018 13:30 S1
“How I got here”: a personal journey from particle physics through literary studies to data engineering. Robert V. McNamee (University of Oxford) Mon 23.04.2018 13:30 S1
Challenges in teaching Robots to Perform Tasks Candy Sidner (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) Mon 16.04.2018 14:30 S1
Smart Enough to Talk with Us? Foundations and Challenges for Dialogue Capable AI Systems Barbara J. Grosz (Harvard University) Mon 16.04.2018 13:00 S1
Enhancing Universal Dependencies Joakim Nivre (Uppsala University) Mon 09.04.2018 13:30 S1
Word-formation systems in European languages Pavol Štekauer (P. J. Šafárik University, Košice) Mon 26.03.2018 13:30 S1
Towards Effective Retrieval of Spontaneous Conversational Spoken Content Gareth J.F. Jones Mon 08.01.2018 13:30 to 15:00 S1
Using Typology to Develop Guidelines for Universal Dependencies: Issues with Modification Constructions William Croft Mon 23.10.2017 13:30 to 15:00 S1
Multilingual parallel corpora and linguistic theory: How to compare constraints cross-linguistically Natalia Levshina Mon 31.10.2016 13:30 to 15:00 S1
Coherence relations and connectives: on cognitive categories, cross-linguistic comparison and discourse annotation Ted J. M. Sanders Mon 17.10.2016 13:30 to 15:00 S1
Multimodal Representations for Natural Language Meaning James Pustejovsky Fri 07.10.2016 10:45 to 12:15 S4
The Blocks World Redux Martha Palmer Mon 09.05.2016 13:30 S1
What Happens when Thomas Aquinas Goes to Prague Marco Passarotti Mon 18.04.2016 13:30 S1
The digital humanities—the “computational linguistics” for the rest of the humanities? Michael Piotrowski Mon 04.04.2016 15:15 S1
Growing Trees: Non-Linear Incremental Parsing during Writing Cerstin Mahlow Mon 04.04.2016 13:30 S1
Annotation and automatic classification of situation entity types Annemarie Friedrich Mon 30.11.2015 13:30 S1
Strategies for cohesive dialogues in Scandinavian Elisabet Engdahl Mon 23.11.2015 13:30 S1
Automatic Transformational Analysis and Generation with NooJ Max Silberztein Mon 12.10.2015 13:30 S1
Learning and Inference for Natural Language Understanding Dan Roth Mon 14.09.2015 14:30 S3
CLARIN: Requirements, Examples & Experiences Gerhard Heyer, Dirk Goldhahn Mon 20.04.2015 13:30 S1
Discourse structure in text and dialogue: theoretical and empirical perspectives Nicholas Asher Mon 30.03.2015 13:30 S1
Towards large coverage deep-syntactic parsing Leo Wanner Mon 01.12.2014 13:30 S1
Machine learning for social multi-user human robot interaction Simon Keizer Mon 10.11.2014 14:30 S1
How to evaluate a corpus Adam Kilgarriff
(Lexical Computing Ltd, University of Leeds)
Mon 17.03.2014 13:30 S1
Engagement Recognition And Generation For Human-Robot Interaction; Disco: An Open Source Tool for Dialog Management Candy Sidner Mon 02.12.2013 13:30 S1
Towards a multilayer and multidimensional corpus annotation: Following the footprints of the Meaning-Text Theory Leo Wanner Mon 20.05.2013 13:30 S1
Expert Performance and the Multilingual Brain Barbara Moser-Mercer, Alexis Hervais-Adelman Mon 29.04.2013 13:30 S1
Putting Linguistics back into Computational Linguistics Martin Kay Fri 26.04.2013 10:00 S1
Beyond Shallow Semantics Martha Palmer Mon 26.11.2012 13:30 S1
The New Machine Translation—Getting Blood from a Stone Martin Kay Mon 22.10.2012 13:30 to 15:00 S1
Representing Spatial Information in Language James Pustejovsky Mon 08.10.2012 13:30 S1
Learning under Bias in NLP Anders Søgaard Tue 25.09.2012 15:00 S1
Decline and disappearance: on the negative side of recent change in English Geoffrey Leech Mon 14.05.2012 13:30 S1
The Statistical Problem of Language Acquisition Mark Steedman Mon 26.03.2012 13:30 S1
Sluicing and Dialogue Ivan A. Sag Fri 23.03.2012 13:30 S4
From opinion mining to text parsing: Toward the automatic analysis of editorials Manfred Stede Mon 12.12.2011 13:30 S1
Combining symbolic and statistical methods in corpus-based NLP Dan Flickinger Mon 14.11.2011 13:30 to 15:00 S1
Human language as an exercise in creative recycling: welcome to the world of grammatical constructions Mirjam Fried Mon 07.11.2011 13:30 to 15:00 S1
Lost in the Woods? Transition-Based Dependency Parsing with Non-Projective Trees Joakim Nivre Mon 10.10.2011 13:30 S1