For events farther in the future consult the Upcoming Events Page
- FRIDAY, 1 FEBRUARY
Bevan Jones (SJSU)
"The Prosody of Student Confidence for Automatic Tutoring"
12:00 PM, ExL Lab
Bayesian inference, theories of concepts (exemplars vs. prototypes)
1:15-2:15 PM, ExL Lab
Moved to 4 April
4:00 in the Lounge
- MONDAY, 4 FEBRUARY
- WEDNESDAY, 6 FEBRUARY
MIT Club of Northern California
Victor Zue (MIT)
"On Organic Interfaces"
6 PM hors d'oeuvres; 7:15 PM talk
Berkeley City Club, 2315 Durant Ave., Berkeley, CA (www.berkeleycityclub.com )
This talk will describe cutting edge
science in voice recognition, an area where Dr Zue has been a leader for
the past thirty years.
The Berkeley City Club is an easy 6 block walk from the
Berkeley BART station at Shattuck and Center. Street parking free after 6 PM.
The cost is $20 for MITCNC members and their guests, $30 for
non-members. Please register at the MITAA Web site.
Roger Levy (UC San Diego)
Probabilistic Knowledge in Human Language Comprehension and Production
- THURSDAY, 7 FEBRUARY
SPLaT!/Construction of Meaning Workshop
Brian McElree (NYU Psychology Department)
"Real-time evidence for semantic coercion"
5:15 PM cheese and crackers; 5:30 PM talk, MJH 126
- FRIDAY-SUNDAY, 8-10 FEBRUARY
Berkeley Linguistics Society Meetings
The program for BLS 34, held at UC Berkeley, is available
- UPCOMING EVENTS (always under construction)
- LINGUISTIC DEPARTMENT EVENTS PAGE
- Got broader interests? The New Sesquipedalian recommends reading or even
subscribing to the CSLI Calendar, available HERE.
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT UC SANTA CRUZ?
- WHAT'S GOING ON AT UC BERKELEY?
- HOW ABOUT MIT? UMass Amherst? U Chicago? Rutgers?
The Stanford Blood Center
is reporting a shortage of as well as a shortage of O-, O+, A-, A+, B-, and AB-. For
an appointment: http://bloodcenter.stanford.edu/ or call 650-723-7831.
It only takes an hour of your time and you get free cookies. The
Blood Center is also raising money for a new bloodmobile.