LINGUIST List 12.1915

Fri Jul 27 2001

FYI: Project LIQUID, Intensive Course - GSS

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  1. Nuria P�rez de la Cruz, The Project LIQUID - Lang Independent Querying for Info Discovery
  2. Wolfgang Schulze, Second Autumn Intensive Course - Grammar of Scenes & Scenarios (GSS)

Message 1: The Project LIQUID - Lang Independent Querying for Info Discovery

Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2001 14:26:49 +0200
From: Nuria P�rez de la Cruz <liquidcervantes.es>
Subject: The Project LIQUID - Lang Independent Querying for Info Discovery

The information about project LIQUID:
	
The LIQUID project (Language Independent Querying for Information
Discovery), which is funded by the DG INFSO of the European Commission, is
part of the Key Action III "Multimedia Contents and Tools" of the IST
Program. Key Action III will develop tools to manage, spread, retrieve and
interchange digital content. The main objective of LIQUID is the 
implementation of a cost-effective strategy to search and retrieve 
information in a multilingual text database.
	
The project starts in January 2001 and ends in December 2002.
	
The partners of this project are: Sema ( http://www.sema.es ), (Spain),
Language and Computing ( http://www.landc.be ) (Belgique),
Koordinierungszentrum fur Klinische Studien,
( http://www.kks.uni-duesseldorf.de ) Medizinische Fakultet
Heinrich-Heine Universitet Dusseldorf (Deutschland), IMIM,
( http://www.imim.es ) (Institut Municipal d'Investigaci� M�dica),
(Barcelona-Spain), Clinical Information Science Unit, University de Leeds,
( http://www.leeds.ac.uk/cisu ) (United Kingdom), OESI,
( http://www.cervantes.es/internet/acad/oeil/mar_oeil.htm ) (Oficina del
Espa�ol en la Sociedad de la Informaci�n), Instituto Cervantes (Spain),
Center for Health Care Quality and European Union Center,
( http://eu.missouri.edu/ ) University de Missouri-Columbia (United States of
America).
	
Direct Link to Project Database
http://www.hltcentral.org/projects/LIQUID/
	
LIQUID web
http://liquid.sema.es/
LIQUID web in Internet of the European Commission
http://www.hltcentral.org/

If you would like to receive more information about the LIQUID project and
Human language technologies (HLT), you could send this form by e-mail to:
liquidcervantes.es
	
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Proyecto LIQUID - LIQUID Project
Oficina del Espa�ol en la Sociedad de la Informaci�n
Instituto Cervantes

Libreros, 23
28801 Alcal� de Henares (Madrid)
Espa�a - Spain

Tel.: +34 91 888 72 94
Fax: +34 91 888 18 26

liquidcervantes.es
http://www.cervantes.es/internet/acad/oeil/Oeilliq.htm
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Message 2: Second Autumn Intensive Course - Grammar of Scenes & Scenarios (GSS)

Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2001 14:55:49 +0200
From: Wolfgang Schulze <W.Schulzelrz.uni-muenchen.de>
Subject: Second Autumn Intensive Course - Grammar of Scenes & Scenarios (GSS)

Second Autumn Intensive Course on the 'Grammar of Scenes and Scenarios' 
(GSS)

The Institute for General Linguistics and Language Typology (U Munich) 
invites people interested in the framework of Cognitive Typology resp. 
the 'Grammar of Scenes and Scenarios' (GSS) to participate in the Second 
Autumn Intensive Course (crash course) that this time concentrates on 
Pragmasyntax as the syntactic component of this framework.

INTENSIVE COURSE

PRAGMASYNTAX

The syntactic component of the Grammar of Scenes and Scenarios

The intensive course will be given by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulze and 
will take place at the University of Munich [for detailed information on 
the general program, on accommodation etc. see 
http://www.lrz-muenchen.de/~wschulze/pragma.html ] .

Date:
Wednesday - October10, 2001
10-17 (10a.m. - 5 p.m.)
Thursday - October 11, 2001
10-17(10 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Place:
University of Munich
Main Building
Adalberttrakt, R 2
Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1
D-80539 M�nchen

For further information and registration please contact Prof. Dr. 
Wolfgang Schulze
(W.Schulzelrz.uni-muenchen.de)

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Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulze
Institut f�r Allgemeine und Typologische Sprachwissenschaft
Departement II (Sprachen und Kommunikation) F 13/14 
Universit�t M�nchen - Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1 - D-80539 M�nchen
Tel.: ++49-(0)89-2180 2486 (secretary) // ++49-(0)89-2180 5343 (office)
Fax: ++49-(0)89-2180 5345
Email: 	W.Schulzelrz.uni-muenchen.de
Web: 	http://www.lrz-muenchen.de/~wschulze/
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