Workshop - Grammars Everywhere: Language, music, art, perception & the legacy of Remko Scha
Workshop at the international conference ‘SMART Animals’ at the University of Amsterdam.
Remko Scha (1945-2015) was professor of computational linguistics at the UvA’s Institute for Logic, Language and Computation. During his career, he made significant scientific and artistic contributions to areas as diverse as question answering, discourse analysis, the semantics of plurals, Data-Oriented Parsing, aleatoric music, algorithmic art, and theories and models of visual perception and creativity. In this workshop we celebrate these contributions with talks on current developments in many of the areas he was interested in.
Henk Zeevat (University of Amsterdam & Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf)
Livia Polanyi (Stanford University)
Yoad Winter (Utrecht University)
Mehdi Dastani (Utrecht University)
Dieuwke Hupkes (University of Amsterdam)
Willem Zuidema (University of Amsterdam)
Participation in the workshops and other events at the conference is free of charge. However, due to space limitations, you will need to register to be allowed in the workshop or lecture rooms. The deadline for registration is December 1st. You can register here.
Willem Zuidema & Dieuwke Hupkes (University of Amsterdam)