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LTI Student Research Symposium

September 12, 2003

Newell-Simon Hall 1305

The LTI Student Research Symposium (SRS) is a one-day series of presentations designed to increase awareness of the diverse aspects of language technologies research conducted by students within the LTI, as well as introduce incoming LTI students to the work of current students.

Presentations will be selected among abstracts submitted by current LTI students. The "program committee" (composed of two current PhD students, under the guidance of two LTI faculty members) will select ten abstracts for presentation in the Symposium. One of the presentations will be selected for a "Best Presentation Award", which will be announced at the end of the symposium. The winner of the "Best Presentation Award" will receive a cash prize of $500.

SRS presentations will provide students with an opportunity to share their work with other LTI members, and learn about other student research in the LTI.

A presentation in the Symposium fulfills the yearly presentation requirement and the speaking requirement for LTI PhD students.

In addition, the Symposium provides an excellent opportunity for second-year master's students who may be interested in applying to the PhD program to showcase their research abilities.

The deadline for abstract submissions is August 25, 2003.