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Computational Linguistics Research Community at The City University of New York

Empire State Building.  Image by Daniel Schwen, from Wikimedia Commons.Welcome to the "NLP at CUNY" homepage, which provides information about the natural language processing and computational linguistics research community at The City University of New York. Faculty and students at CUNY are conducting research in several areas of NLP, including machine translation, text analysis and evaluation, information extraction, psychocomputational modeling of language understanding, natural language generation, and speech recognition and analysis.

CUNY is the largest urban university in the United States, and it consists of over 20 campuses throughout New York City. Research in NLP is conducted at several of these campuses, including the Graduate School and University Center, Queens College, and Hunter College. This website is a hub for information about research projects, special events, and other computational linguistics resources across CUNY.

This website contains information about faculty and students interested in NLP; NLP research laboratories and projects; special events, seminars, and guest speakers; relevant courses and academic degree programs at CUNY; and information about signing up for our mailing list so that you can stay informed about special events and opportunities.

If you have questions or would like to contact us, please e-mail one of the faculty members listed on the people section of this website. Thanks for visiting!