This Thursday January 28, 2016, is the occasion of the tenth annual North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad.
Bring your black pens and white-out, and get ready for your brain to be tickled!
Our welcome speech this year will be given by Prof. Susan McRoy, Professor of Computer Science, sharing some of her current research applying computational linguistics to real world problems. We’re glad Prof. McRoy can join us this year, not only because her projects are interesting, but also because she’ll be away on sabbatical next year — so it’s time to seize the opportunity to pick her brain while she’s still here.
Results will be posted in stages through the months of March and April. If you qualfy for the invitational round, you will be notified by e-mail about in early March, before the invitational round takes place on March 10.
In any case, enjoy the puzzles!