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Section: Dissemination

University Teaching

In 2006, Carlos Areces, Patrick Blackburn, and Claire Gardent in collaboration with Guy Perrier (Calligramme), succeeded in obtaining Erasmus Mundus recognition for the Masters degree track in Computational Linguistics at the University of Nancy 2. This links the Nancy 2 Masters to the Masters degrees in computational linguistics at the Universities of Bolzano, Malta, Prague, Saarbrücken, and Groningen. In effect, this means that the joint Masters program offered by these institutes is now the most important point of entry for students wishing to study computational linguistics in Europe. Inclusion in the Erasmus Mundus program should increase the visibility and international recognition of the work in computational linguistics being conducted in Nancy.

Members of LED make a substantial contribution to university teaching at Nancy. Each professor and assistant professor associated with LED teaches at least 96 and 192 hours, respectively, per year in the universities of Nancy. This covers the following LED members: Daniel Coulon, Christine Fay-Varnier, Nadia Bellalem, Samuel Cruz-Lara, and Azim Roussanaly. In addition the following LED-based INRIA and CNRS researchers have contributed the following hours to the Erasmus Mundus Masters track in Computational Linguistics:

Carlos Areces: University of Nancy 1 and Nancy 2, Masters in computer-science and cognitive sciences, second year. 15 hours.

Patrick Blackburn: 2005/2006: University Nancy 1 and Nancy 2, Masters in computer-science and cognitive sciences, first year. 30h.

Claire Gardent: 2005/2006: University Nancy 1 and Nancy 2, Masters in computer-science and cognitive sciences, second year. 30h.

Bertrand Gaiffe: University Nancy 1 and Nancy 2, Masters in computer-science and cognitive sciences, second year. 10 hours.

Jesse Tseng: University Nancy 1 and Nancy 2, Masters in computer-science and cognitive sciences, second year. 10 hours.


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