Fall 2020 data scholarship awards

Congratulations to the recipients of LDC's Fall 2020 data scholarships:

Nicole Dodd: University of California, Davis (USA); MA, Linguistics. Nicole is awarded a copy of Arabic Treebank Part 3 v. 3.2 LDC2010T08 for her research in relative clause processing in Standard Arabic.

Satwik Dutta: University of Texas at Dallas (USA); PhD, Electrical Engineering. Satwik is awarded copies of The CMU Kids Corpus LDC97263 and CLSU: Kids’ Speech Version 1.1. LDC2007S18 for his work in speech activity detection.

Pedram Hosseini: George Washington University (USA); PhD., Computer Science. Pedram is awarded copies of Penn Discourse Treebank Version 3.0 LDC2019T05 and The New York Times Annotated Corpus LDC2008T19 for his research in automatic detection of causal relations in text.

Mariano Maisonnave: Universidad Nacional del Sur (Argentina); PhD, Computer Science. Mariano is awarded a copy of ACE 2005 Multilingual Training Corpus LDC2006T06 for his work in event extraction.

Mark Sullivan: California State University, Los Angeles (USA); Masters, Applied and Advanced Studies in Education. Mark is awarded a copy of ETS Corpus of Non-Native Written English LDC2014T06 for his research in sentence boundary problems of Chinese L1 speakers in English compositions.

For information about the program, visit the Data Scholarships page.