LINGUIST List 13.3135

Mon Dec 2 2002

FYI: Registry of Latin American Researchers

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Message 1: Registry of Latin American Researchers

Date: Sat, 23 Nov 2002 11:53:43 -0600 (CST)
From: ted pedersen <tpedersed.umn.edu>
Subject: Registry of Latin American Researchers

I am happy to announce the creation of the Registry of Latin American 
Researchers in Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics. 

http://www.d.umn.edu/~tpederse/registry/registry.cgi

The objective of the Registry is to provide a centralized source of 
information for and about students, professors, researchers, and 
practitioners in Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics 
who currently reside in Latin America. If this describes you, or if you 
are originally from Latin America but living elsewhere, please take a 
moment to register.

The creation of the Registry is a part of the Latin American outreach 
activities of the North American chapter of the Association for 
Computational Linguistics ( NAACL ). Our hope is that the Registry will 
help promote Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics 
research being carried out in Latin America. In addition, we want to 
encourage further collaboration among researchers within Latin America and 
with the rest of the world.

Thanks very much for your help. Please spread the word about the our new 
Registry of Latin American Researchers in Natural Language Processing and 
Computational Linguistics! 

- 
# Ted Pedersen http://www.umn.edu/~tpederse #
# Department of Computer Science tpederseumn.edu #
# University of Minnesota, Duluth #
# Duluth, MN 55812 (218) 726-8770 #
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