LINGUIST List 12.2785

Wed Nov 7 2001

FYI: Hellenic Lang Technology, Baltic Studies

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  1. Ion Androutsopoulos, Hellenic Language Technology List
  2. Jonathan Z. Ludwig, 2002 Baltic Summer Studies Institute

Message 1: Hellenic Language Technology List

Date: Wed, 07 Nov 2001 18:24:46 +0200
From: Ion Androutsopoulos <ionandriit.demokritos.gr>
Subject: Hellenic Language Technology List

HELLENIC LANGUAGE TECHNOLOGY LIST (HLTL)

The Hellenic Artificial Intelligence Society announces the
operation of the Hellenic Language Technology List (HLTL).
HLTL is an automated e-mailing list intended to contribute
to the further growth of the following fields in Greece:

- computational linguistics
- natural language processing
- speech processing
- language technology

and to contribute to the development of theories and
techniques for the Greek language in the above fields. Job
announcements related to the above are particularly
encouraged.

HLTL is a service of the Hellenic Artificial Intelligence
Society (EETN, see http://www.iit.demokritos.gr/skel/eetn),
and is supervised by the following EETN members (listed
alphabetically):

- Ion Androutsopoulos, NCSR "Demokritos" (coordinator,
 ionandriit.demokritos.gr)
- Nikos Fakotakis, University of Patras
 (fakotakiwcl.ee.upatras.gr)
- Stelios Piperidis, Institute for Language and Speech
 Processing (spipilsp.gr)
- George Vouros, University of the Aegean
 (georgevaegean.gr).

To subscribe to HLTL, send an e-mail message to
hltl-requestiit.demokritos.gr. The ***body*** of the
message must be "subscribe hltl". The subject of the message
will be ignored. The message must be plain ASCII with no
attachments, and it must contain nothing else in its body.
If the message contains attachments (e.g. vcards) or extra
text (e.g. signatures), you may receive error messages,
which in most cases can be ignored.

Messages to the subscribers of HLTL must be sent to
hltliit.demokritos.gr. Only subscribers of the list can
post messages to the list. Messages greater than 100K will
be rejected automatically.

To receive instructions on how to use HLTL, send a message
to hltl-requestiit.demokritos.gr, with the ***body*** of
the message being "info hltl". The subject of the message
will be ignored. The message must be plain ASCII with no
attachments, and it must contain nothing else in its body.

To unsubscribe from HLTL, send a message to
hltl-requestiit.demokritos.gr, with the ***body*** of the
message being "unsubscribe hltl". The subject of the message
will be ignored. The message must be plain ASCII with no
attachments, and it must contain nothing else in its body.

For complaints or any other request, please write to
hltl-owneriit.demokritos.gr.
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Message 2: 2002 Baltic Summer Studies Institute

Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2001 10:44:35 -0600 (CST)
From: Jonathan Z. Ludwig <ludwig1ux1.cso.uiuc.edu>
Subject: 2002 Baltic Summer Studies Institute


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The Russian and East European Center at the University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign, will host the 9th Annual Baltic Studies Summer
Institute from June 10 to August 2, 2002. Courses include Introductory
Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian, and Baltic History and Culture. The
deadline to be considered for fellowships, including FLAS, is February 1,
2002. For more information contact: REEC, University of Illinois, 104
International Studies Building, 910 S. Fifth Street, Champaign, IL 61820;
217-333-1244; reecuiuc.edu, or check web at:
http://www.reec.uiuc.edu/balssi.htm
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