Tejaswini Deoskar

Institute for Logic Language and Computation, University of Amsterdam

I teach Computational Linguistics/NLP courses in the MSc Artificial Intelligence Program, and the Bachelor's programme in Artificial Intelligence, also cross listed with the Master of Logic Program MSc Logic at the ILLC

Current (regular) Courses


Natural Language Theory and Processing (Taaltheorie en Taalverwerking)

BSc Artificial Intelligence (Kunstmatige Intelligentie). Spring 2016. UvA Blackboard website

Natural Language Models and Interfaces (Natuurlijke Taalmodellen en Interfaces)

BScArtificial Intelligence (Kunstmatige Intelligentie). Spring 2016. UvA Blackboard website

Natural Language Processing I

MSc, Artificial Intelligence; MSc, Logic. Fall 2016.

Past Courses

University of Amsterdam, 2009-2010

Statistical Structure in Language Processing course website
Core course, Master of AI, Natural Language Processing track, Spring 2010.

Elements of Language Processing and Learning course website
Master of AI, Master of Logic, Fall 2009.

Natuurlijke Taalverwerking (Natural Language Processing) UvA Blackboard website
Bachelor Informatica: A Bachelor's course on natural language processing.

Taalmodellen (Language Modelling) UvA Blackboard website
Bachelor of AI: A Bachelor level course on natural langauge processing.

University of Amsterdam, 2008-2009

Language and Speech Processing (Co-taught with Khalil Sima'an) course website
Master of AI, Master of Logic, Fall 2008.

Probabilistic Grammars and Data-Oriented Parsing course website
Master of AI, Master of Logic, Spring 2009.

Taalmodellen UvA Blackboard website
Bachelor of AI: A Bachelor level course on language modelling.

Cornell University

Introduction to Semantics and Pragmatics (Teaching Assistant, Spring 2008 and 2006 )

Biological Foundations of Language (Instructor, Freshman Writing Seminar, Fall 2005 and Spring 2005)
Introduced freshmen to issues in the study of human language from the opposing points of view of theoretical linguistics and cognitive science.

Introduction to Hindi (Teaching Assistant, Spring 2004, Fall 2005)
Intermediate Hindi (Teaching Assistant, Spring 2004)
In addition to teaching, I have developed classroom teaching materials for Hindi, a language that does not have many resources for teaching as a second-language.