teaching

About

Timm Lichte
As of September 2018, I’m coordinator of the Department of Computer Science at the University of Tübingen. Currently, I’m furthermore filling a substitute professorship (50%) on “Applied Computational Linguistics” at the University of Bielefeld. Before that, I was postdoc researcher and principal investigator in project A02 of the CRC991 at the University of Düsseldorf. Before that, I did my PhD within Laura Kallmeyer’s Emmy Noether project at the University of Tübingen.

Teaching

Timm Lichte
University of Bielefeld (Computational Linguistics) 2020/2021: Einführung in die Computerlinguistik und Texttechnologie (lecture) 2020/2021: Grammatikformalismen University of Tübingen (Computer Science) 2020: NLP: Lexikalische Semantik 2020: NLP: Tiefe Satzanalyse 2019/2020: NLP: Praktische Einführung mit Python (lecture) 2019/2020: NLP: Tiefe Satzanalyse 2019: NLP: Tiefe Satzanalyse 2019: NLP: Nicht-wörtliche Semantik 2018/2019: NLP: Lexikalische Semantik University of Düsseldorf (Information Science and Language Technology) 2018: Computational Lexical Semantics (with Younes Samih) 2017/2018: Mehrworteinheiten 2017: Komplexität und natürliche Sprache (with Christian Wurm) 2015/2016: Complexity in grammar 2014/2015: Tree Adjoining Grammars (with Kata Balogh) 2013/2014: Inkrementelle Syntax 2012/2013: Tree Adjoining Grammars (with Laura Kallmeyer) 2011: Grammatikimplementierung mit TAG International schools 9th DGfS-CL Fall School 2017 (Düsseldorf, Germany): Grammar Implementation with Lexicalized Tree Adjoining Grammars and Frame Semantics (with Laura Kallmeyer, Rainer Osswald and Simon Petitjean) European Summer School of Logic, Language, and Information (ESSLLI 2015) (Barcelona, Spain): Working with Tree Adjoining Grammars (with Kata Balogh) 6th DGfS-CL Fall School 2011 (Zürich, Switzerland): Introduction to TAG (with Wolfgang Maier).

Substitute professorship at the University of Bielefeld

Timm Lichte
In the winter term 2020/2021, I will fill a substitute professorship (50%) on “Applied Computational Linguistics” at the University of Bielefeld. I’m looking forward to teaching an introductory lecture on computational linguistics and a seminar on grammar formalisms. See the teaching section for more details.