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Mid-Atlantic Student Colloquium on Speech, Language and,Learning - call for papers

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Subject: Mid-Atlantic Student Colloquium on Speech, Language and
Learning - call for papers
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Mid-Atlantic Student Colloquium on Speech, Language and Learning
September 23, 2011

Website:

https://sites.google.com/site/studentcolloquiumsll/

Important Dates:

1. Submission deadline (abstracts, breakout session topics): August 15, 2011
2. Program schedule announcement: August 29, 2011
3. Open registration begins: August 29, 2011
4. Registration ends: September 9, 2011
5. Student Colloquium: September 23, 2011

Call for Papers:

The first annual Mid-Atlantic Student Colloquium on Speech, Language
and Learning will be hosted at Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore,
MD) on September 23, 2011. The Student Colloquium is intended to bring
together students taking computational approaches to speech, language,
and learning, so that they can introduce their research to the local
student community, give and receive feedback, and engage each other in
collaborative discussion.

Students are encouraged to submit abstracts describing ongoing,
planned, or completed research projects, including previously
published results and negative results. Student research in any field
applying computational methods to any aspect of human language,
including speech and learning, from all areas of computer science,
linguistics, engineering, neuroscience, information science, and
related fields, is welcome. Submissions and presentations must be made
by students or postdocs.

All accepted submissions will be presented as posters. Each poster
will also be given a one-minute presentation during a poster spotlight
session. A small number of submissions will be selected to be
presented as talks, on the basis of diversity and general interest.

Student-led breakout sessions of one hour will also be held to discuss
papers on topics of interest. The purpose of these discussion sessions
is to stimulate interaction and discussion. Topics and suggested
papers for breakout sessions should be submitted by students alongside
abstracts.

There will be no registration fee. Students are encouraged to consult
with their supervisors about potential reimbursement of travel
expenses.

Abstract Submission Details:

Abstracts should be no more than one page, not including references.
Abstracts should conform to ACL style guidelines. LaTeX and Word style
files, along with a style guide, are available at the 2011 ACL
conference website:

http://www.acl2011.org/call.shtml

Abstract reviewing will not be blind. Please include all names and
affiliations in the abstract.

Abstracts in PDF format should be sent by email.

Breakout Session Submission Details:

Breakout sessions are meant to bring together students interested in
similar research topics. Breakout sessions can invite students to
informally present their research on a given topic, or read research
papers of interest. Think of these sessions as reading groups of lab
meetings with other students interested in the same topics. Only
students and postdocs will attend the breakout sessions. Participants
will sign up for sessions upon registration. Submitters will be
responsible for leading the session. Breakout session submissions
should be a 1-2 paragraph description of the session that will be
advertised to participants. Submissions should be sent by email.

Email for submissions and questions:

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GMU point of contact:
Sam Blasiak
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Topics include but are not limited to:

* Lexical semantics
* Machine translation
* Document classification
* Sentiment analysis
* Automatic parsing
* Human sentence processing
* Grammar formalisms
* Speech recognition, speech synthesis
* Speech perception, speech production
* Speaker variability
* Computational phonology and morphology
* Segmentation
* Machine learning
* Language acquisition
* Language disorders
* Discourse and pragmatics
* Language generation and summarization
* Information retrieval and information extraction
* Question answering
* Evaluation and resources

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