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Wed Feb 10 2010

FYI: Specialized Master in Multilingual Text Analysis

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Message 1: Specialized Master in Multilingual Text Analysis
Date: 09-Feb-2010
From: Maya Bangerter <mltacl.uzh.ch>
Subject: Specialized Master in Multilingual Text Analysis
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Master of Arts in Multilingual Text Anaylsis

The University of Zurich offers an innovative Specialized Master combining
linguistics in English, German and the Romance languages with methods and
techniques from computational linguistics.

The Specialized Master in Multilingual Text Analysis has been designed for
students who want to complement their interest in linguistics by obtaining
a qualification in language technology. It is also suitable for students of
computational linguistics who want to gain a multilingual perspective.
Languages of instruction are English, German and French.

Selected topics:
- Contrastive studies across languages and varieties
- Alignment and annotation of parallel corpora
- Machine translation
- Cross-language information retrieval
- Language technology for translation science
- Multilingual databases
- Multilingual access to the media

For detailed information on course structure and prerequisites check our
web page at http://www.mlta.uzh.ch. An announcement in printable format
including short description and details on application can be downloaded at
http://www.mlta.uzh.ch/download/flyer.pdf

Applications to the Specialized Master for the academic year 2010-2011 must
be made before 30 April 2010, online at
http://www.uzh.ch/studies/application/master.html or via the program
co-ordinator Maya Bangerter at mltacl.uzh.ch.

For further information please contact Maya Bangerter at mltacl.uzh.ch

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics

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