- Clippers. The Computational Linguistics discussion group at
OSU (Clippers) meets weekly throughout the quarter to discuss ongoing
research and share ideas. Anyone with an interest is welcome to
attend. The Clippers page is located here.
- NACLO 2010-2011. We have been
host for the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad
for two years running. In both years, local high school students
have made it to the invitational round.
We hosted ACL, June 15-20, 2008.
for more details.
ACL-08: HLT combines the Annual Meeting of the Association for
Computational Linguistics (ACL) with the Human Language Technology
Conference (HLT) of the North American Chapter of the ACL.
- INLG 2008.
Michael White, Crystal Nakatsu and David McDonald (BBN) organized
the 2008 International Natural Language Generation conference June 12-14
(immediately prior to ACL) at the Salt Fork Resort and Conference
Center, two hours from Columbus. Further details are on the INLG-08
- Automatic Analysis of Learner Language. A pre-conference
workshop at CALICO08, co-organized by Detmar Meurers.
More information on this
workshop can be found here.
- Speakers Series. Outside speakers are frequently invited,
either through the Department of Linguistics or Computer Science and
Engineering, to give talks of interest to computational linguists. The
current schedule of talks in Linguistics is located here. Talks
hosted by Computer Science and Engineering are listed here.
- NLG Eval 2007.
Michael White and Robert Dale (Macquarie University) organized an
NSF-sponsored Workshop on Shared Tasks and Comparative Evaluation in
Natural Language Generation, April 20-21, 2007, in Arlington, Va.
Don't miss the 67-page final report on the workshop
The workshop has led to the running of the first two NLG shared task
the second of which will be held in conjunction with INLG 2008.
- IICALL 2006. Luiz Amaral and Detmar Meurers hosted the
first annual workshop on Interfaces of Intelligent Computer-Assisted
Language Learning at OSU, December 14-17, 2006. See the workshop website for
details on the talks and presenters.
- MCLC-2005. On May 14-15, 2005, CLLT hosted the Second Midwest Computational Linguistics
Colloquium (MCLC-2005). This colloquium offered a less formal
forum for computational linguistics researchers, primarily from the
Midwest region, to get together and present ideas and work.