The summer school will focus on the practical implementation of software that supports specific language communities. Therefore, a large part of the summer school will be reserved for working in teams together with the mentors and experienced software developers. On the first day we will create the teams and each team will discuss a project to implement during the week together with its mentor.
Each day will consist of two learning sessions in the morning and practical team work in the afternoon. Here is a detailed plan with all talks and workshops during the week:
|9h-11h||Talk: Using web corpora to develop computing resources for minority languages by Kevin Scannell||Talk by Bruce Birch (title tba)||Talk: Do It Yourself Speech Recognition by Peter Grasch||Talk: An approximation to open source NLP tools for Galician as minorized variety of Portuguese in Spain by José Ramom Pichel||Talk: TypeCraft: Creating and Exchanging Linguistic Data Online by Dorothee Beermann and Pavel Mihaylov|
|11h-13h||Workshop: Multi-platform User Interaction Guidelines by Luis Marcelino||Workshop: Introduction to Programming with Python by João Oliveira||Workshop: Tools for collaborative work by Pedro Manha and Ricardo Filipe||Workshop: Normalization of dialects/variants using FST technology (foma) by Iñaki Alegria||Presentation of projects|
|14h-18h||Team work to implement the project||Team work to implement the project||Team work to implement the project||Team work to implement the project||Presentation of evening workshops & Awards ceremony|
|19h-||Evening activities, free time or more team work||Evening activities, free time or more team work||Evening activities, free time or more team work||Evening activities, free time or more team work|