Deadline: June 9
Presenting at TaCoS 29
A presentation could be about a thesis, an in-class project or some other topic you researched on or anything you care about related to computational linguistics. We invite presentations in the following forms:
Long Talks should take 30 minutes and can be held in English or German. Speakers don't have to pay the attendence fee.
Short Talks should take 15 minutes and can be held in English or German. Speakers pay half of the attendence fee.
Don't like talking in front of many people? Then this might be the right format for you. You can present your
work with a poster during breakfast and chat with interested people as they come by. By the way, presenters of posters pay half of the attendence fee.
You've learned something cool (the hard way) and want to share your knowledge? Consider giving a tutorial! By the way, presenters of tutorials don't have to pay the attendence fee.