Back at the Campus: Deep Learning for Language Analysis Summer School #DL4LASS 2022

After two online years, we have decided to hold the fifth edition of our Deep Learning Summer School in presence again. The call has just been published, you can find it below. Information on the previous years can be found here in the blog. Application deadline is June 24th. All information and how to apply can be found on our website.

Call for participation #DL4LASS 2022

The University of Cologne’s Competence Area III, in conjunction with the Center for Data and Simulation Science, the Department for Digital Humanities, the Cologne Center for eHumanities, and the Data Center for the Humanities is organizing a Summer School on “Deep Learning for Language Analysis”, which will take place

September 5th – 9th, 2022, at Cologne University (on site).

The summer school addresses MA students and doctoral candidates from Linguistics and Digital Humanities, as well as other fields that are involved with the application of machine learning techniques.

The summer school will be kicked off with a keynote given by Sina Zarrieß (University of Bielefeld) [1].

Participants can choose between two alternative tracks:
Deep Learning with Audio & Speech Data, given by Paul Wallbott (Fraunhofer IAIS)
Text Analysis with Deep Learning, given by Nils Reiter (UoC) [2]

Subsequently, a hands-on course on “Building Conversational AI Applications” will be provided by the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute [3]. Here you can earn an additional certificate.

Application Deadline is June 24th. The Summer School will take place on site in Cologne.

All information and how to apply can be found on our website.

(Please contact us by July 4th if you want to participate and require assistance with childcare.)

Von Jürgen Hermes

Arbeitet als Wissenschaftler und Geschäftsführer am Institut für Digital Humanities an der Universität zu Köln.

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