CAS fellows win 'best paper award' at computational linguistics conference
Adam Przepiórkowski and Agnieszka Patejuk's research will be recognised at the International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING).
Meaningful Work: Advancing Computational Semantics
At a CAS-hosted workshop, linguists debate approaches to turning text into information that computers can understand.
With God on Their Side: War and Religion in the Middle Ages
At a half-day seminar on medieval civil wars, CAS fellows examine how an ascendant Catholic Church influenced conflicts across Europe.
'Arv': Mankind's Unpleasant Cultural Heritage
The temporary exhibition 'arv' at Tromsø Museum, co-hosted by CAS Oslo, provides a critical look at how the objects we leave behind influence the Earth.
Book release: 'Principles and Practices of Molecular Properties: Theory, Modeling, and Simulations'
An 'educational, demanding, and exciting journey,' CAS Oslo fellow Trond Saue said about his new book, more than 10 years in the making.
CAS Oslo celebrates 25th anniversary in Trondheim and Tromsø
The Centre marked a quarter of a century of enabling frontline interdisciplinary research with events co-hosted with partner institutions the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and the University of Tromsø - The Arctic University of Norway (UiT).
CAS Oslo fellow awarded grant from German Research Foundation
Theoretical chemistry researcher Stella Stopkowicz, participating in the CAS project 'Molecules in Extreme Environments,' receives funding to study magnetic white dwarfs.
New blog explores Norwegian grammatical phenomena with data
CAS Oslo fellow Helge Dyvik tackles assumptions with analyses in a blog inspired by his participation in the CAS project 'SynSem: From Form to Meaning - Integrating Linguistics and Computing.'
Camilla Serck-Hanssen appointed scientific director of CAS Oslo
Serck-Hanssen, professor of philosophy at the University of Oslo (UiO), will lead the Centre for the next three years.
Gaps and Errors: A Linguistic Struggle
Scholars associated with the CAS project 'SynSem: From Form to Meaning – Integrating Linguistics and Computing' face a number of challenges 'regular' people would never consider, although they use language every day.