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Organisation profile: Department of Linguistics - Stanford University

[ ID = 2169 ] Department of Linguistics - Stanford University 
Organisation nameDepartment of Linguistics - Stanford University 
Short name or acronymDepartment of Linguistics - Stanford University 
Organisation typeCenter 
Activity typeSpeech technology 
Address Margaret Jacks Hall, Building 460 
Postal Code 94305-2150 
City Stanford, CA 
Country United States 
Phone + +1 650 723 4284
Fax + +1 650 723 5666
Email linguistics_(on)_csli.stanford.edu 
Organisation URL http://www-linguistics.stanford.edu/ 
LogoDescription
The Stanford University Department of Linguistics is a
vibrant center of research and teaching, with 20 faculty members, over
40 graduate students, and a lively undergraduate major. The range of
languages studied is diverse and the scope of active research and
teaching is broad, including acquisition, computational linguistics,
historical linguistics, morphology, phonetics, phonology, pragmatics,
psycholinguistics, semantics, sociolinguistics, syntax, typology and
variation.
  Contact
NameProfessor Stanley Peters 
FunctionChair 
DepartmentDepartment of Linguistics 
Emailpeters_(on)_csli.stanford.edu 
Phone
Fax
Update this profile Last update: 2002-04-10 12:32:58   Visits since 28-08-2008: 2213

 

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