Venue: Purkinje Meeting Room (Centre Broca)
Stefan Frank, http://stefanfrank.info/ from the Center of Language Studies at Radboud University, Nijmegen, NL will visit Mnemosyne team at IMN, on Monday 11th October and Tuesday 12th morning.
He will make at talk at 4pm on Monday (room announced later on):
Neural network models of bilingual sentence processing
A bilingual’s two grammars do not form independent systems but interact with each other, as is clear from phenomena such as syntactic transfer, cross-linguistic structural priming, and code-switching. I will present neural network models of bilingual sentence processing that show how (some of) these phenomena can emerge from mere exposure to two languages, that is, without requiring cognitive mechanisms that are specific to bilingualism.
Please contact Xavier Hinaut () if:
– you plan to come, so he can manage to have a big enough room for everyone, and maybe settle a visio for remote people.
– you want to schedule a discussion with Stefan Frank.