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Research Stay: Federico Peinado at Hamburg 2005

Federico Peinado made a research stay at Forschergruppe Narratologie, Hamburg Universität at Hamburg, Germany. He worked with PD Dr. Jan Christoph Meister on his Story Generation Algorithms project (23rd May 2005 / 3rd July 2005)

Feria del Libro 2005

The WASP family of automatic poets is presented at the Feria del Libro de Madrid. A brief presentation on poetry generated by computers was followed by a live demonstration of how the WASPos convert a message provided by the user into formal Spanish verse. An informal chat followed, with the participation of (human) poet María Sáinz.

This is what the press had to say about the event:

Visit: Rafael Pérez y Pérez at NIL 2005

Dr. Rafael Pérez y Pérez, developer of the MEXICA story-telling system, visited the Facultad de Informática for a working meeting with NIL researchers. The aim of the meeting was to consider possible future lines of colaboration between the MEXICA and ProtoPropp projects.

Research Stay: Federico Peinado at Teesside 2005

Federico Peinado made a research stay at School of Computing, University of Teesside at Middlesbrough, UK. He worked with Prof. Ph.D. Marc Cavazza on his Interactive Storytelling project (28th February 2005 / 11th May 2005).

Talk: La Traducción Automática: Introducción y Repaso del Estado Actual

Dr. David Farwell, from the Computer Research Laboratory, New Mexico State University, gave a talk on "La Traducción Automática: Introducción y Repaso del Estado Actual".

Visit: Birte Lönneker at NIL 2005

Dr. Birte Lönneker, from the Narratology Research Group visited the Facultad de Informática as part of her colaboration with NIL. During her visit she gave a talk entitled "Computational Narratology. The Role of Discursive Formations in Story Generation".

Visit: Amilcar Cardoso, Francisco C. Pereira and Mateus Mendes at NIL 2005

A group of researchers from the Creative Systems Lab of the University of Coimbra, Portugal, visited the Facultad de Informática as guests of the NIL team. The group included Amilcar Cardoso, Francisco Câmara Pereira, and Mateus Mendes.

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