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LINGUIST List 18.1066

Mon Apr 09 2007

FYI: Master in Human Language Technology and Interfaces

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Message 1: Master in Human Language Technology and Interfaces
Date: 05-Apr-2007
From: Lino Giusti <lino.giustidit.unitn.it>
Subject: Master in Human Language Technology and Interfaces

Master in Human Language Technologies and Interfaces
organized by: University of Trento and Fondazione Bruno Kessler Irst

Call for applications, Academic Year 2007/08

Human language technology gives people the possibility of using speech
and/or natural language to access a variety of automated services, such as
airline reservation systems or voicemail, to access and communicate
information across different languages, and to keep under control the
increasing amount of information available by automatically extracting
useful content and summarizing it. This master aims at providing skills in
the basic theories, techniques, and applications of this technology through
courses taught by internationally recognized researchers from the
university, research centers and supporting industry partners. Students
enrolled in the master will gain in depth knowledge from graduate courses
and from substantial practical projects carried out in research and
industry labs.

Courses: Speech Processing, Machine Learning for NLP, Human Language, Text
Processing, Spoken Dialog Systems,Human Computer Interaction, Language
Resources, Multilingual Technology

Master degree level ( min 4 years) in the area of computer science,
electrical engineering, computational linguistics and cognitive science and
other related disciplines.
English language (official language)

Student Grants
A limited number of fellowships will be available.

Application Deadline
Non EU Students: end of May
EU Students: end of July

Email masterhltidit.unitn.it
WWW: www.dit.unitn.it/hlti

University of Trento-Department of Information and Communication
Technologies Via Sommarive, 14-38100 Povo (Trento), Italy

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

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