Fri29Apr20169:00 - 13:00Lancaster University, County South, room C89
This informal half-day symposium will take place at Lancaster University on 29th April 2016. The aim of the symposium is to bring together researchers, students and teachers who are interested in Chinese linguistics and the use of corpus techniques. As part of the symposium, Guangwai Lancaster Chinese learner corpus (GLC) will be introduced. GLC is a new learner corpus developed jointly by the Guangdong University of Foreign Studies and Lancaster University. The corpus will become publicly available towards the end of this year.
Venue: Lancaster University, County South, room C89
Date: 29 April 2016, 9a.m.-1p.m.
Online registration is now open.
Contact: Vaclav Brezina (CASS), firstname.lastname@example.org
- Roundtable discussion
- Corpus demonstration
Guest presenter: Prof. Hai Xu, GDUFS (via skype)
Detailed programme is available here. Lunch and tea/coffee will be provided.
This event is supported by the British Academy International Partnership & Mobility Scheme and the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science.
Thu19May201613:00 - 17:00Furness Lecture Theatre 3, Lancaster University
The aim of the event is to bring together researchers with an interest in combining methods from corpus linguistics and psycholinguistics. In particular, there will be a focus on experimental psycholinguistics. It is set to be an exciting afternoon consisting of four 40-minute presentations from both internal (Professor Padraic Monaghan; Jennifer Hughes) and external speakers (Professor Michaela Mahlberg; Dr Phil Durrant). You can read more about the presentations here.
Venue: Furness Lecture Theatre 3, Lancaster University
Date: Thursday 19th May 2016, 1-5pm
The event is free to attend and is open to both internal and external attendees. If you are an external guest, please email email@example.com so we know that you intend to come.
Lancaster University is pleased to offer six free training events that cover the techniques of corpus linguistics, computational analysis of language and geographical information systems (see the description of the individual schools below). The schools include both lectures and practical sessions that introduce the latest developments in the field and practical applications of cutting-edge analytical techniques. The summer schools are taught by leading experts in the field both from Lancaster University and other institutions (CASS Challenge Panel).
The summer schools are intended primarily for postgraduate research students but applications from Masters-level students, postdoctoral researchers, senior researchers, and others will also be considered.
Dates: 12 - 15 July (four days)
Venue: Lancaster University, Lancaster, UK
Application: Apply online. [The application process closes on 1st May 2016 or when a maximum number of registrations is reached.]
N.B. Since the places in the summer schools are limited, we recommend applying early. Applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis.
The summer schools are free to attend; the participants will arrange their own travel and accommodation (for travel details click here).
The following six Summer Schools will run in July 2016:
- Corpus linguistics for Language studies
- Corpus linguistics for Social Science
- Corpus linguistics for the Humanities
- Statistics for Corpus linguistics
- Geographical information systems for the Digital Humanities
- Corpus-based NLP
For further details, click through to each Summer School's full description. Any queries can be directed to the Summer School administrator, Katarina Pardula (firstname.lastname@example.org).