Our Computational Linguistics Certificate students are traveling to Japan!
Their two papers were accepted to the 6th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing 2013 to be held on October 14-18 in Nagoya, Japan.
1. Matthew Mulholland and Joanne Quinn. “Suicidal Tendencies: The Automatic Classification of Suicidal and Non-Suicidal Lyricists Using NLP.”
2. Katsiaryna Aharodnik, Marco Chang, Anna Feldman, and Jirka Hana. “Automatic identification of learners’ language background based on their writing in Czech.”
Congratulations, Matt, Joanne, Katsiaryna and Marco!
About the Program
In September 2012, Montclair State University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences began offering New Jersey’s first graduate certificate program in computational linguistics.
For more information about this growing and dynamic field, please visit News article:
and the Linguistics website at: www.montclair.edu/chss/linguistics/