Student Research Workshop
HLT/NAACL 2003 Student Workshop Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
May 30-31, 2003
Submissions to the workshop are now closed.
Call For Papers
We would like to invite student researchers to submit their work to the upcoming HLT-NAACL 2003 Student Workshop. The main mission of the workshop is to provide feedback for students' work in progress. Original and unpublished research is invited on all aspects of speech, information retrieval, and computational linguistics, but we encourage research that is in the intersection of two or three of these areas:
- Dialog systems and spoken language understanding (NLP and Speech). - Speech synthesis and natural language generation (NLP and Speech). - Speech-to-speech translation (NLP and Speech). - Spoken document retrieval (IR and Speech) - Prosody and parsing (NLP and Speech) - Question Answering (NLP and IR) - Summarization and Gisting (NLP and IR) - User Modeling and Adaptation (IR and Speech) - Disambiguation, Stemming, Lexical Chains (NLP and IR)
(NOTE! submission deadline has been pushed back a week) Paper submissions deadline: March 22, midnight EST (hard deadline) Notification of acceptance: April 7 Camera ready papers due: April 14, 9:00am EST (hard deadline) Workshop date: May 30-31
Speech: Costas Boulis, University of Washington, boulis AT ee.washington.edu NLP: Eric Breck, Cornell University, ebreck AT cs.cornell.edu IR: Victor Lavrenko, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, lavrenko AT cs.umass.edu Faculty Advisor:Marc Light, University of Iowa, marc-light AT uiowa.eduEmail to hlt-naacl03-student AT umich.edu will be forwarded to all area coordinators.