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October

Current Event

Towards the automatic detection of syntactic differences

Martin Kroon of Leiden University Centre for Linguistics will present a preprocessing tool that selects parallel sentence pairs that are suitable for comparative syntactic research.

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Daniel Zeman awarded

Congratulations to Daniel Zeman who earned the Dean's Award for his monograph The world of tokens, tags and trees.

Dan is a significant member of the Universal Dependencies team who develops an universal grammatical description applicable to as many languages as possible.

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Fall tutorials

The LINDAT/CLARIAH-CZ Tutorials Second Announcement

Tutorials are primarily intended for researchers in the humanities and arts, language technology experts and students across these disciplines.

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Jindřich Libovický awarded

With great pleasure we inform that our colleague Jindřich Libovický was awarded a highly prestigious Dimitris N. Chorafas Prize, which is intended for the best graduating doctorate students "for outstanding work in selected fields in the engineering sciences, medicine and the natural sciences."

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Introducing Martin Popel

I developed a neural MT system CUNI-Transformer, which won in the English-Czech WMT2018 shared task. I also work on Universal Dependencies using Udapi.

I teach Language Data Resources, Modern Methods in Computational Linguistics and Natural language processing on computational cluster.

I am the technical editor of the PBML journal.

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