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Full Title: XI UNL School
      
Location: Macau, Macau
Start Date: 11-Mar-2013 - 11-Mar-2013
Contact: Ronaldo Martins
Meeting Email: click here to access email
Meeting URL: http://www.unlweb.net/school
Meeting Description: XI UNL School - Macau 2013
http://www.unlweb.net/school
Venue: University of Macau, Macau

The UNDL Foundation and the University of Macau invite applications for the XI UNL School, to take place at the University of Macau, in Macau, from March 11 to 15, 2013. The workshop is dedicated to the development of the grammatical resources for the processing of the languages below. The UNDL Foundation will pay the travel and accommodation expenses for the selected candidates not living in Macau.

Languages:

The workshop is dedicated to the development of the grammatical resources for the processing of the languages below:

- Bahasa Indonesia
- Bengali
- Burmese
- Cantonese
- Chinese
- Japanese
- Khmer
- Korean
- Laotian
- Malay
- Mongolian
- Nepalese
- Portuguese (Macau)
- Sinhalese
- Tagalog
- Tetum
- Thai
- Vietnamese
Linguistic Subfield: Computational Linguistics
Subject Language: Indonesian; Bengali; Burmese; Chinese, Yue; Chinese, Mandarin; Japanese; Khmer, Central; Korean; Lao; Malay; Mongolian, Halh; Nepali; Macanese; Sinhalese; Tagalog; Tetum; Thai; Vietnamese
LL Issue: 24.258


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