NINJAL Tutorials and Training Sessions

NINJAL Tutorials

Goals and Objectives of the Program

The purpose of the NINJAL Tutorial is to foster and support young researchers. This is a part of an Inter-University Research Institute's mission of "cooperation with society, contribution to society, and fostering of young researchers". A NINJAL Tutorial session is a training session where expert researchers provide instruction in current research methods and results.

Target Audience

Graduate school level, as a general rule.

  • Graduate students (enrolled in master’s programs or doctoral programs)
  • Those who have completed master’s programs or doctoral programs within the last 6 years, as a general rule.
  • Those engaged in professions specializing in relevant disciplines
  • Undergraduate students planning to pursue graduate programs, etc.

Tuition

Free (Textbook fee is required)

Other

  • For each tutorial, a certificate of completion will be given to those who have met all the requirements, including attending all the lectures and submitting reports.
  • Attendees are responsible for the cost of transportation to the site.

Details on Latest Events

Training Sessions

The 7th Workshop for Utilizing Japanese Natural Conversation Corpus Transcribed by BTSJ (Basic Transcription System for Japanese)

DateSeptember 9, 2017 (13:00-18:00)
VenueNINJAL
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The 5th Workshop for Utilizing Japanese Natural Conversation Corpus Transcribed by BTSJ (Basic Transcription System for Japanese)

DateJune 10, 2017 (10:00-16:00)
VenueNINJAL
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