Computational Linguistics

Computational Linguistics
(also called Natural Language Processing, abbreviated as NLP) is a field of vital importance in the information age. With growing amounts of speech and text data, the demand keeps increasing for automated tools to understand human language and NLP specialists to develop and operate these tools.

Jaklin Kornfilt
Professor of Linguistics and Director of the Linguistic Studies Program as well as Director of Computational Linguistics Program as well as Turkish Language Coordinator
305 HB Crouse Hall
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Howard Blair Associate professor electrical engineering and computer science315-443-3565blair@ecs.syr.edu3-185 Center for Science and Technology
Nancy McCrackenResearch Associate Professor315-443-3955njmccrac@syr.edu322 Hinds Hall
M. Emma Ticio QuesadaAssociate Professor,
Languages, Literatures and Linguistics
315.443.5488mticioqu@syr.edu328 HB Crouse Hall
Howard Turtle Research Associate Professor, Director of the Center for Natural Language Processing315-443-4456 316 Hinds Hall
Bei Yu Assistant Professor of Information Studies315-443-3614byu@syr.edu320 Hinds Hall

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Computational Linguistics

Offerings: MS

Computational Linguistics
441 Hall of Languages
Phone: 315-443-1414
Fax: 315-443-8093

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