Month: March 2015

Gligoric at Computer Science Seminar, Thurs. 4/2 at 4pm

Milos Gligoric (PhD candidate in Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) will be presenting Regression Testing: Theory and Practice in the Computer Science Seminar series in CS150 at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 2. Everyone is welcome – the abstract is below. Abstract: Developers

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Munoz at PREP Intern Poster Session, Fri. 4/3 at 5pm

Miriam Munoz (postbac student in Lisa Sander’s NeuroCognition and Perception Lab) and others (including students in Alexandra Jesse’s Language, Intersensory Perception, and Speech Lab, Rebecca Spencer’s Cognition and Action Lab, and David Moorman’s neuroscience lab; click here for a full list) will be presenting their research in

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Levy at Cognitive Brown Bag, Weds. 4/1 at noon

Joshua Levy (graduate student in PBS) will be presenting Category Learning of Musical Chords in the Cognitive Brown Bag series in Tobin 521B at noon Wednesday, April 1. Everyone is welcome – the abstract is below. Abstract: Musical chords can vary with respect

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Weston at Machine Learning and Friends Lunch, Thurs. 4/2 at noon

Jason Weston of Facebook AI Research will be giving a talk titled “Memory Networks” at the Machine Learning and Friends Lunch this Thursday, 2 April at 12:00 pm in CS150. Everyone is welcome.

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Hyman in Linguistics, Fri. 4/3 at 3:30pm

Larry Hyman will be giving a colloquium talk titled “Multiple argument marking in Bantoid” in the Linguistics department this Friday, 3 April at 3:30pm in ILC N400 (abstract follows). All are welcome. “Multiple argument marking in Bantoid” Given the typological

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Rossi at Machine Learning and Friends Lunch, Thurs. 3/26 at 12pm

Francesca Rossi of the University of Padova, Italy will be giving a talk at the Machine Learning and Friends lunch titled “Probabilistic Conditional Preferences” (Joint work with C. Cornelio, U. Grandi, J. Goldsmith, N. Mattei, and K. B. Venable) this Thursday,

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Hunter in Linguistics, Thurs. 3/26 at 9:30am

Tim Hunter of the University of Minnesota will be giving a talk titled “On Finding New Ways to Test Old Theories” this Thursday, 26 March at 9:30 am in ILC N400. The abstract follows. “On Finding New Ways to Test

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Thorston on child intonation, Tues. 3/24 at 5:30pm

Jill Thorston of Northeastern University will be giving a talk titled “The development of intonation and information structure in early speech perception and production” this Tuesday, 24 March at 5:30 pm in Herter Hall room 217. The abstract follows. “The

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Homer and Bhatt in Linguistics, Fri. 3/27 at 3:30pm

Vincent Homer and Rajesh Bhatt of the UMass Linguistics department will be giving a talk titled “Move Something” this Friday, 27 March at 3:30pm in ILC N400 (abstract below). All are welcome. “Move Something” Typically, PPIs cannot be interpreted in

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Jarosz in Linguistics, Fri. 3/13 at 3:30pm

Gaja Jarosz of Yale University will be giving a job talk in the Linguistics department this Friday, 13 March at 3:30pm in ILC N400. Her talk is titled “Sonority Sequencing Effects in Polish: Defying the Stimulus?” (abstract below). All are

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