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ELSNET Summer School registration

www.cs.qub.ac.uk/elsnet2007/

ELSNET Summer School Belfast 2007

Hurry  only a month to the registration deadline!

ELSNET is an EU-supported Network of Excellence that has sponsored an annual Summer School in spoken language technologies for over a decade.

This year the Summer School is coming to Queens University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, with the theme of Advanced Dialogue Systems: Affectivity, Adaptability and Multimodality. Classes will take place from 16th - 27th July 2007. The School is being organised by Queen's University in collaboration with the University of Ulster and is presented by an invited team of leading international teachers and researchers. Comprising a wide-ranging programme of lectures and hands-on practicals the Summer School not only explains how dialogue systems are being used and how they are evolving, but it also provides training in the use of the programming languages and technologies (including VoiceXML and SSML) that make today's most advanced dialogue systems work.

Registration is open until 8th June 2007.

You'll find details of the school programme and a registration form at

_www.cs.qub.ac.uk/elsnet2007/_ 

or contact

elsnet2007@qub.ac.uk