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9:00 - 17:00
Gullmarsstrand, Fiskebäckskil
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The 2017 CLT Workshop brings together researchers in language technology and computational linguistics from the University of Gothenburg and Chalmers. We will exchange research results and ideas, discuss the future of CLT, and (last but not least) socialize. Participants are invited to present posters or talks (although the limited time means there will be fewer talks than previous years, and more posters).

Tentative schedule

Thursday 30/11

  • 09.00 embark on bus at Olof Wijksgatan 6
  • 09.15 bus leaves
  • 10.45 bus arrives at Gullmarsstrand
  • 10.45-11.15 coffee
  • 11.15-12.00 welcome + presentation session (2 talks)
  • 12.00 lunch
  • 13.00-14.20 presentations (4 talks)
  • 14.20-14.30 poster madness
  • 14.30-15.30 poster session
  • 15.30-16.10 coffee (in main building) + check-in
  • 16.10-17.30 presentations (4 talks)
  • 17.30 Glögg
  • 19.00 Dinner

Friday 1/12

  • 09.00-10.00 presentations (3 talks)
  • 10.00-10.10 poster madness
  • 10.10-11.20 coffe (in poster session room)+ poster session
  • 11.20-11.50 wrap up, discussion, planning
  • 11.50 lunch, check out
  • 13.00 bus leaves Gullmarsstrand
  • 14.30 bus arrives at Olof Wijksgatan 6

Talks

  • Elena Volodina: SweLL - an upcoming infrastructure for Swedish as a Second Language
  • Kristina Lundholm: Fors Early signs of cognitive decline: voice and prosody
  • Katie Fraser: Detecting cognitive impairment from speech
  • Shalom Lappin: Learning Syntactic Agreement with Deep Neural Networks
  • Jacobo Rouces: Sentiment Analysis in Swedish
  • Simon Dobnik: KILLE: a Framework for Situated Agents for Learning Language Through Interaction
  • Haris Themistocleous: Deciphering the speech signal: speakers and communities of speakers
  • Robin Cooper: Playing games with types
  • Asad Sayeed: Semantic roles and event knowledge
  • Aarne Ranta: Developing a Mobile Translation App for Healthcare
  • Dan RosĂ©n: TBD
  • Devdatt Dubhashi: Clustering: New perspectives on an old problem

Posters and demos

  • Staffan Larsson: TBD
  • IldikĂł Pilán: Identifying correction candidates for Swedish learners’ spelling errors
  • Markus Forsberg: TBD
  • Dana DannĂ©lls: TBD
  • Inari Listenmaa: Testing GF grammars
  • Christine Howes: Feedback relevance spaces: The organisation of increments in conversation.
  • Malin Ahlberg: News from Karp - SprĂĄkbankens lexical infrastructure
  • Gerlof Bouma: TBD
  • Mehdi Ghanimifard: Spatial Relations in Visually Grounded Neural Language Models
  • Ellen Breitholtz: Incremental Reasoning in Dialogue Involving Patients with Schizophrenia
  • Richard Johansson: Introduction to the EPE shared task
  • Richard Johansson: Training Word Sense Embeddings With Lexicon-based Regularization"
  • Herbert Lange: Language Learning with MUSTE
  • Prasanth Kolachina: TBD
  • Vladislav Maraev: Laughter-infused dialogue systems
  • Stergios Chatzikyriakidis: TBD
  • Sylvie Saget: Cooperative Speaker Revisited

More information later!

 
 
 
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