The MIL Speech Seminars occur roughly every two weeks during full term and occasionally during vacations, usually in room LR5 in the Engineering Department. The purpose of the seminars is to enable researchers in various fields to present recent work that has potential benefits for speech technology.

David Chiang (University of Southern California) | 1.00-2.00 Mon 1st Feb, LR5 |
Towards Tree-to-Tree Translation |

MIL Speech Seminar series schedules:

Long Vacation 2009 |
seminar series |

Long Vacation 2008 | seminar series |

Easter Term 2008 | seminar series |

Lent Term 2008 | seminar series |

Michaelmas Term 2007 | seminar
series |

Long Vacation 2007 | seminar series |

Easter Term 2007 | seminar series |

Lent Term 2007 | seminar series |

Michaelmas Term 2006 | seminar
series |

Long Vacation 2006 | seminar series |

Easter Term 2006 | seminar series |

Lent Term 2006 | seminar series |

Michaelmas Term 2005 | seminar series |

Long Vacation 2005 | seminar series |

Easter Term 2005 | seminar series |

Lent Term 2005 | seminar series |

Michaelmas Term 2004 | seminar series |

Long Vacation 2004 | seminar series |

Easter Term 2004 | seminar series |

Lent Term 2004 | seminar series |

Michaelmas Term 2003 | seminar series |

Long Vacation 2003 | seminar series |

Easter Term 2003 | seminar series |

Lent Term 2003 | seminar series |

Michaelmas Term 2002 | seminar series |

If you are interested in giving a seminar presentation or if you would like more information about the seminar series please contact Marcus Tomalin (mt126@eng.cam.ac.uk)

A few useful seminar links:

MIL Vision SeminarsComputer Lab Natural Language Processing Seminars