Bernard Laks told me about some software being made available for download (at www.harzing.com) for ranking academic accomplishment. I don’t know quite what I think about this, but it’s tantalizing.
Les facs bricolent pour recruter
LE MONDE | 03.07.07
London June 21-22, 2007
An interdisciplinary workshop bringing together researchers in cognitive science and machine learning who are interested in language acquisition. Sponsored by the PASCAL network of excellence in Machine Learning.
Location: University College London
Date: 21 and 22 June 2007, (Thursday and Friday)
Alex Clark, Department of Computer Science, Royal Holloway University of London
Nick Chater, Department of Psychology, University College London
John Goldsmith (Linguistics, University of Chicago)
Chris Manning (Computer Science and Linguistics, Stanford University)
Morten Christiansen (Psychology, Cornell University)
Matthew Crocker (Psycholinguistics, Saarland University)
Walter Daelemans (Computational Linguistics and Artificial Intelligence,
University of Antwerp)
Colin de la Higuera (Grammatical Inference, St Etienne)
I’ll be talking au département de linguistique à l’Université d’Aix — the 9th of February (2007).
I’ll be talking at the University of Michigan on November 30, 2007.
I’ll be participating in this meeting of the TLS at UT Austin on November 9-11.
Je participerai à ce meeting à Paris X Nanterre le 2 juillet.
Thanks to soon-to-be Dr. Aris Xanthos, I’ll be speaking at the Université de Lausanne le 13 juin.
I’ll be asking that question, at the Machine Learning and Cognitive Science of Language Acquisition Workshop, in London, on June 21 and 22. Organized by Alex Clark and Nick Chater. This link is to their website.