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Announcement: Summer School – Deep Learning for Language Analysis #7 (2024)

We are very pleased that we can once again offer a summer school in ‘Deep Learning for Language Analysis’. The Summer School will take place from 17 to 19 September and there will again be two parallel tracks on processing audio and text data. In the text track this year, the focus is more on LLMs and prompting. The programme will be complemented by two keynotes and a social in a brewery.

All important information about registration can be found in the Call for Participation below and on our website. If you want to get an impression of our former Summer School, you might find it in the blog post I wrote about the school in 2022.

Call for Participation

The annual Summer School on “Deep Learning for Language Analysis”, organized by 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, takes place

16th – 19th September 2024, at Cologne University (on site).

This 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.

Participants can choose between two alternative workshop tracks:

  • “Deep Learning with Audio & Speech Data”, given by Paul Wallbott
  • “Prompting, Evaluation, Interpretation. An Introduction to LLMs in Text Analysis”, given by Axel Pichler (University of Stuttgart) and Janis Pagel (University of Cologne)

Application Deadline is June 16th. The Summer School will take place on site in Cologne.

All information and how to apply can be found at http://ml-school.uni-koeln.de/

Organizers of the Summer School (all institutions of the University of Cologne)


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Jürgen Hermes (2024, 22. Mai). Announcement: Summer School – Deep Learning for Language Analysis #7 (2024). TEXperimenTales. Abgerufen am 19. Juni 2024, von https://doi.org/10.58079/11pev

Von Jürgen Hermes

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

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