Laurel and Naho at EACL workshop in Spain
April 3 in Valencia, Laurel Perkins and 2015 alum Naho Orita are at the Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics, a part of this year's meeting of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics. Laurel presents a talk on work with Naomi Feldman and Jeffrey Lidz, Learning an Input Filter for Argument Structure Acquisition. Naho has a poster titled Predicting Japanese scrambling in the wild. In addition to the attraction of these talks, "Valencia offers a combination of AVANT-GARDE STYLE, CULTURE and MEDITERRANEAN SPIRIT, bound to captivate any visitor," the conference webpage informs us. Bon voyage Laurel!