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Summer School on Semantic Computing 2011

Monday, August 8, 2011 to Thursday, August 11, 2011
Berkeley, California
University of California Berkeley at CITRIS Building, Room 250

Semantic Computing is a rapidly evolving research field that integrates representation, methods, and techniques from areas as diverse as multimedia, computational linguistics, semantic web, knowledge engineering, software engineering, with the goal of creating novel technologies and applications that connect intuitively formulated user intentions with the content and meaning of machine-represented data.

Already at its second edition, the Summer School on Semantic Computing 2011 provides an introduction to this interdisciplinary field to senior undergraduate and graduate students. A mix of young and well-established researchers and educators will give tutorials on cutting-edge results in the aforementioned areas, complemented by keynote talks by renowned experts and hands-on exercises that showcase the application of the most important technologies in real-world situations.

Just as in 2010, the 5-day event will take place on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley in August 8 - 12, 2011.


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Summer School