A four-day international workshop will be organised on Sanskrit Computational Linguistics – linking Sanskrit grammar and texts with modern Science and Technology hosting scholars from across continents from January 2-5, 2017 at DPRC. This workshop is part of the research project Grammatical Analysis and XML Tagging of Mahabharata.
This workshop intends for computer scientists, especially interested in the computer treatment of natural language, as well as traditional Sanskrit scholars, well versed in Vyākaraṇa, and eager to learn essentials of new technologies that may help them contribute in relevant ways to Sanskrit studies and computational linguistics. This attempts to bridge the gap of computer literacy and poor awareness about the relevance of ancient Indian linguistic theories through the scientific inquiry into natural language understanding and processing. The workshop is open to all faculty members, researchers and students of Sanskrit, Language Science and Computer Science disciplines.
Click here to register for this workshop – https://goo.gl/forms/tb7TYw29KxRkhjCA2
The last date for the registration – December 24, 2016
Total fee for the workshop is Rs750. It includes registration fee, work-lunch and refreshment during the workshop. The fee shall be transferred through online. The bank details are given below.
After the transfer, please send the bank transfer details to email@example.com to confirm your registration.
Beneficiary name: Manipal University Conference/Workshop – MU Finance
A/c no.: 33508958510
Name of the bank and branch: State Bank of India (SBI), Manipal
MICR code: 576002006
SWIFT code: SBININBB770
The expenses towards accommodation should be borne by participants. The accommodation will be facilitated on campus on ‘first come, first serve‘ basis. Please inform immediately. The support towards finding accommodation nearby good hotels could be extended.
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