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Overview

8 February 2015

Welcome to LATTICE!

LATTICE is a linguistics lab funded by three organizations: CNRS, Ecole Normale Supérieure and University Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle. Our research mainly deals with linguistics and natural language processing. The lab is a member of two labex (clusters of labs known as "laboratoire d’excellence"): Transfers that groups together the majority of labs in humanities from Ecole Normale Supérieure (IDEX PSL*) and EFL (Empirical Fundations of Linguistics) that groups together the majority of labs in linguistics within Paris (PRES Sorbonne Paris Cité)

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News

22 November 2017

Post-Doctoral Positions Opening

Le laboratoire Lattice et le laboratoire de physique LPS proposent une offre de Post-docs dans le cadre du projet ANR OpLaDyn

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3 November 2017

Jacqueline Visconti - On the diachrony of discourse markers, with a focus on Italian

Jacqueline Visconti, de l’Université de Gênes, donnera une conférence le vendredi 8 décembre à 14h à l’Université Paris Diderot, sur le sujet suivant :

On the diachrony of discourse markers, with a focus on Italian

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17 September 2017

Machine Translation (MIT Press)

This volume in the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series offers a concise, nontechnical overview of the development of machine translation, including the different approaches, evaluation issues, and market potential.

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12 September 2017

Result of the CoNLL Shared Task 2017: Parsing in over 50 languages!

Congratulations to the LATTICE team who ranked 5th of the shared task (first French team)!

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1 September 2017

Digital Humanities at LATTICE

This page gives a quick overview of the recent activities of the LATTICE lab in different areas of Digital Humanities.

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To be noted

CommAI: Taking the first small steps towards general intelligence

Conférence avec Marco Baroni (Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research) : « CommAI: Taking the first small steps towards general intelligence ». Mer. 24 mai 2017, ENS (45 rue d’Ulm 75005 Paris) en salle Cavaillès,

Conference cycle - How langage represents motion

How langage represents motion, a series of conferences by Leonard Talmy (University at Buffalo in New York) given at the Ecole normale supérieure.

Colloque TAM-E (Tense, Aspect, Mood, Modality and Evidentiality) , les 17 et 18 novembre 2016 à l’Université de Paris 7-Diderot

Le Lattice en collaboration avec le Clillac-ARP co-organise le colloque TAM-E (Tense, Aspect, Mood, Modality and Evidentiality) , les 17 et 18 novembre 2016 à l’Université de Paris 7-Diderot.

Workshop Existential Constructions in Typological Perspective

Laure Sarda and Anne Carlier sets up the workshop "Existential Constructions in Typological Perspective" from 18 to 19 november 2016.