Dalhousie Computational Linguistics Competition 2018
for middle and high school students.
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(the registration is through NACLO site)
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For important dates, see below.

The NACLO (North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad) is being replaced in Canada by Canadian Linguistics Olympiad (OLCLO) with the same type of problems. It is a competition for middle and high school students. It presents problems involving language and logic. All problems are written and no prior background in linguistics or computer science is necessary. The problems are fun puzzles that can be solved by analytical reasoning. The national winners of the OLCLO competition will become members of the Canadian team at the 2018 International Linguistics Olympiad (IOL) in July, in Prague.

The OLCLO competition (in English) is hosted at Dalhousie University on January 25th, 2018 (details below).

Try out some fun practice problems at NACLO practice site!

Important Dates

- January 25, 2018: Competition Open Round (First Round)
-- Location:
Dalhousie University, Goldberg Computer Science Building,
6050 University Ave map
2nd floor, Room 228
Schedule:
-- Arrival: 10:30am
-- Briefing about the rules: 10:50-11:00am
-- Contest Time: 11:00am-2:00pm

- March 8, 2018 : Competition Invitational Round (Second Round)
-- Location: Dalhousie University, Goldberg Computer Science Building, Room to be announced
-- Time to be announced
-- Participants are selected based on Open Round rankings

- Note: Please make sure that you are subscribed to the email list "Dalhousie NACLO" naclo@lists.dnlp.ca to be notified of any changes to the information below. You can subscribe by sending an email to vlado@dnlp.ca.