2001 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing
(EMNLP 2001)

Sponsored by the Intelligent Information Systems Institute
(a joint Cornell University/Air Force Research Laboratory organization)

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Contact info: Lillian Lee, (Chair), or Donna Harman, donna.harman@nist.gov (Co-chair)

SIGDAT, the Association for Computational Linguistics' special interest group on linguistic data and corpus-based approaches to NLP, will hold EMNLP 2001 in McConomy Auditorium in University Center, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA USA on June 3 and 4, immediately preceding the meeting of the North American Chapter of the ACL (NAACL 2001). We anticipate an exciting program devoted to advances in all areas of traditional interest to the SIGDAT and related fields, as well as to this year's theme, What Works and What Doesn't: Successes and Challenges.


Registration for EMNLP 2001 is now on-site (and being handled by NAACL 2001: see website and the registration hours website).


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We'll have two days of paper presentations, plus:

Maps and Directions

Program Committee

Program Chair: Lillian Lee, Cornell University ()
Program Co-Chair: Donna Harman, NIST (donna.harman@nist.gov)
Publication Chair: David Yarowsky, Johns Hopkins University (yarowsky@cs.jhu.edu)

Regina Barzilay, Columbia University Marc Light, MITRE
Thorsten Brants, Xerox PARC Dekang Lin, University of Alberta
Chris Brew, Ohio State University Kim-Teng Lua, National University of Singapore
Eugene Charniak, Brown University Lluís Màrquez, Technical University of Catalonia
Key-Sun Choi, KAIST Diana McCarthy, University of Sussex
Kenneth Church, AT&T Labs-Research Helen Meng, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Stephen Clark, University of Edinburgh Paola Merlo, University of Geneva
Michael Collins, AT&T Labs-Research Rada Mihalcea, Southern Methodist University
Eric Gaussier, Xerox Guenter Neumann, DFKI
Marti Hearst, UC Berkeley Jian-Yun Nie, University of Montreal
Don Hindle, AnswerLogic Franz Josef Och, RWTH Aachen
Changning Huang, Microsoft Ted Pedersen, University of Minnesota, Duluth
Rebecca Hwa, University of Maryland Roni Rosenfeld, Carnegie Mellon University
Hitoshi Iida, Sony Anoop Sarkar, University of Pennsylvania
Paul Jacobs, AnswerLogic Erik Tjong Kim Sang , University of Antwerp
Christian Jacquemin, LIMSI Paola Velardi, University of Rome "La Sapienza"
Maghi King, University of Geneva Atro Voutilainen, Conexor
Wessel Kraaij, TNO TPD Kiri Wagstaff, Cornell University
Maria Lapata, Saarland University/University of Edinburgh Roman Yangarber, New York University
Elizabeth Liddy, Syracuse University Joe Zhou, Intel


Preliminary call for papers
Final call for papers
List of accepted papers
Instructions for authors

Conference URL


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