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The North American Computational Linguistics Open competition (NACLO) is a fun (and educational!) contest for U.S. and Canadian high school students in which contestants compete by solving compelling and creative puzzles in linguistics and computational linguistics. Requiring no previous knowledge of linguistics, languages, or computing, these puzzles can be solved by analytic reasoning alone, and serve as a fun introduction to a field to which many high school students have never been introduced. Winners of NACLO are eligible to compete in the International Linguistics Olympiad, one of twelve international high school science Olympiads.
Find more information, including the student handbook, go to www.naclo.org.
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You can register through the NACLO website.
Registration Deadline: January 12, 2024
Open Round: January 25, 2024 (10am-1pm)
Invitational Round: March 14, 2024
University of Delaware's central campus, building and room TBAFor directions to the university and campus maps, visit https://www.udel.edu/about/visit/.
The department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science at the University of Delaware will be hosting a NACLO information session with some practice puzzles for students who might be interested in registering.
Date: Saturday 13th January, 2024
Location: University of Delaware, central campus, room to TBA.
Please RSVP so we can get an accurate headcount for the information session: https://forms.gle/KtWXgvtY4CU2FbSb7