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Kommende 5 dager

i dag jan.
Tid og sted: 17. jan. 2018 15:15 - 16:30, Henrik Wergelands Hus, MultiLing Meeting Room 421

Andrey Kutuzov, Doctoral research fellow at Research Group for Language Technology, will give a talk on computational linguistics and NLP and their relationships with generic linguistics.

Flere kommende arrangementer

Tid og sted: 5. feb. 2018 - 9. feb. 2018, MultiLing Meeting Room

The MultiLing winter school 2018 will take place from 5–9 February 2018. This year, we will explore methodological approaches to language policy in multilingual contexts. 

Tid: 15. feb. 2018 08:30 - 16. feb. 2018 18:00

NoSLiP is a conference for graduate students, organized by graduate students, on behalf of the Norwegian Graduate Researcher School in Linguistics and Philology (LingPhil). The scope of the conference is rather broad, we welcome submissions from all areas of linguistics and philology.

Invited speakers are: Loraine K. Obler (City University of New York) Aditi Lahiri (University of Oxford) Martin Haspelmath (University of Leipzig) Terje Lohndal (Norwegian University of Science and Technology; The Arctic University of Norway)

More information about the program can be found here.

Tid og sted: 16. feb. 2018 13:15, Gamle festsal, Domus Academica, sentrum

Cand.philol. Jens-Morten Hanssen ved Institutt for lingvistiske og nordiske studier vil forsvare sin avhandling for graden philosophiae doctor (ph.d.): Ibsen on the German Stage 1876-1918: A Quantitative Approach

Ingrid Lossius Falkum
Tid og sted: 22. feb. 2018 14:15 - 16:00, P. A. Munch’s house, seminar room 10

In this installment of the linguistic departmental seminar, the guest of honor is Ingrid L. Falkum. The topic of the talk is language acquisition in the area of semantics and pragmatics, and it is discussed by means of experimental method: Eye-tracking and picture selection.

New date: February 22nd.

Tid: 20. mars 2018 - 22. mars 2018

Ph.d. seminar in Oslo, 20-22 March 2018

The course will discuss the syntax of Scandinavian noun phrases from different theoretical perspectives, covering both synchronic and diachronic variation. The course consists of six lectures, two each day.

Link to application form.