On February 14 and 15, 2018, we held the First School of Computational Linguistics within the framework of the Conference. More than 30 participants (Professors of Tyumen State University, post-graduate, graduate and undergraduate students, college students - winners of the city Olympiad in Informatics) spent 14 hours studying the basics of computational linguistics. The school included two tracks: #1 - the basics of computer linguistics in Python 3; #2 - algorithms and methods of distributive semantics. The first track was conducted by Timofey Arkhangelsky, Candidate of Philology, postdoctoral candidate of the University of Hamburg (Germany). The second track was conducted by Andrei Kutuzov, candidate of philological sciences, doctoral student of the University of Oslo (Norway).

On December 17-18, 2018, the Second School of Computational Linguistics held just before the conference will be devoted to neural networks. Classes are conducted by Alexei Sorokin, Ph.D. in Mathematics, researcher of Moscow State University and Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. The registration will be announced later.