ComAComA Workshop at COLING


CLiPS is co-organizing the ComAComA workshop on computational approaches to compound processing which will be held at COLING 2014 on the 23rd or 24th of August in Dublin.

The workshop is intended as an interdisciplinary platform for researchers working on compound processing in different languages, to present recent and ongoing work.

Invited speakers are:

Dr. Oydis Hide

On February 14th 2014, Oydis Hide succesfully defended her PhD thesis "Acoustic features of speech by young cochlear implant users".

Congratulations to our newest doctor in linguistics !


Research visit by Andrea Ravignani

CLiPS welcomes Andrea Ravignani for a two-week research visit.

Andrea is a PhD researcher at the Department of Cognitive Biology of the University of Vienna. His research lies at the intersection of evolution, cognition, linguistics and musicology.
The aim of his visit is to learn from CLiPS' expertise with the use of machine learning techniques.


Colloquium on patterning skills for music and language (Andrea Ravignani)

This Friday, January 24th, Andrea Ravignani (University of Vienna) will be our  CLiPS Colloquium guest speaker.

Participation is free, but registration is required.


CLiPS is host of CLIN 2015

At the end of the 24th CLIN conference today, Walter Daelemans announced that the next, 25th edition (yes, a jubilee edition) of CLIN will be hosted by CLiPS in Antwerp, early in 2015.

More information will be posted in due time.

Talks/posters at CLIN 2014

On January 17, the CLiPS computational linguistics group participated in the CLIN 2014 conference. Our members were involved in three talks and two posters.


Walter Daelemans in UAntwerpen Magazine on Data Mining


The latest issue of the UAntwerpen Magazine features an article on data mining which includes an interview with Walter Daelemans on the use of data mining in computational linguistics.

To the article


Prediction of Time's Person of the Year 2013

Later today, international magazine Time will announce its Person of the Year 2013. Mike Kestemont (CLiPS, UAntwerpen) and colleagues from Radboud University Nijmegen, Meertens Institute and University of Illinois have already predicted a top 10 of possible laureates.

Oproep: verzameling cyberpestberichten


Persbericht UAntwerpen en UGent - 26/11/2013

Cyberpesten of iemand kwetsen met beledigende berichten via het internet of de gsm, is een groeiend probleem bij jongeren. Verscheidene studies geven aan dat één Vlaamse jongere op tien recent het slachtoffer was van cyberpesten.

De taalcomputer leest wie u bent


[The language computer reads who you are]
De Standaard Taalbijlage - 06/11/2013

Prof. Daelemans introduces CLiPS' language technology and the AMiCA project to the press.