Center for Computational Linguistics 2005-2011


May 15, 2012: The final review meeting (site visit, MEYS; presentation (in Czech))
January 31, 2011: The Advisory Board meeting took place at UFAL MFF UK, Malostranske nam. in Prague. Please see the overall Center presentation (.ppt) or download all the presentations by the four sites participating in the center.
November 2, 2010: Extension of the Center to 2011 with budget cut to about 2/3 granted.
September 20, 2009: Extension of the Center to 2010 with unchanged budget granted.
May 12, 2009: Site visit from the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic. The presentation of the Center can be found here.
May 9, 2009: New website now under construction - please be patient!

About the Center

The Center for Computational Linguistics is a project supported by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic, project No. LC536. It is a follow-up of a similar Center, running from 2000 to 2004 (also named Center for Computational Linguistics).


The Center is a "virtual" establishment, formed by four leading sites in the area of Computational Linguistics and Speech Processing in the Czech Republic. Pointers to Center's web sections distributed at the partners and their institutions are provided here:

Goals of the Center

The Center connects the participating institutions to collectively advance the state of the art in theoretical research in the field of Computational Linguistics. Specifically, the research and cooperation will be focused on

Content: Jan Hajic.
This project is supported by the grant LC536 of the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic.
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