Natural Language Processing
Special Issue of IJAIED: MARWIDE: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Reading and Writing Integrated with Disciplinary Education
The MARWIDE special issue of IJAIED provides an opportunity for practitioners and researchers from diverse fields to present new work that demonstrates the benefits of interdisciplinary approaches to support students’ integration of written language skills (reading and writing) with subject matter learning. Relevant research to support these skills is distributed across several fields, including learning design, the psychology of reading and writing, natural language processing, and human computer interaction.
the 6th Making Sense of Microposts Workshop (#Microposts2016)
at WWW 2016
11/12th Apr 2016
Main Track submission deadline: ***25 Jan 2016***
Social Sciences Track submission deadline: ***25 Jan 2016***
BEST PAPER AWARD
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research fellow in Natural Language Processing/Text Mining at the National Centre for Text Mining (NaCTeM), School of Computer Science, University of Manchester.
Post-doctoral Fellow Position in Natural Language Processing
Joint hire between MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and University at Albany, SUNY
The Sixth International Workshop on Health Text Mining and Information Analysis provides an interdisciplinary forum for researchers interested in automated processing of health documents. Health documents encompass electronic health records, clinical guidelines, spontaneous reports for pharmacovigilance, biomedical literature, health forums/blogs or any other type of health related documents. The Louhi workshop series fosters interactions between the Computational Linguistics, Medical Informatics and Artificial Intelligence communities.
== ACL 2015 Workshop on Noisy User-generated Text (W-NUT) ==
The W-NUT Workshop will be held in Beijing, China, on July 31, 2015.
The website for the workshop is at:
This workshop will focus on a core set of natural language processing tasks on top of noisy user-generated text, such as that found on social media, clinical records, web forums, online reviews and language learner essays.
*12th International Conference on the Computational Processing of Portuguese*
13-15 July 2016
1 December 2015 - deadline for submissions
15 March 2016 - notification of authors
31 March 2016 - deadline for camera-ready
13-15 July 2016 - conference
The International Conference on the Computational Processing of Portuguese
(PROPOR) is the main regular forum for presentation and discussion of the
LiLT is inviting submissions for a special issue on Modality in Natural Language Understanding.
Our main interest is in contributions that show how modal expressions contribute to inferences about, among other things, what is actual, likely or unlikely, what an agent believes or prefers, or what the obligations in a given situation are.
We envision three major parts for the volume, corresponding to the broad categories below:
- modality annotation
Recent initiatives in language technology have lead to the development of at least minimal
language processing toolkits for all EU-official languages, as well as for languages with a
large number of speakers worldwide such as Chinese and Arabic. This is a big step towards
the automatic processing and/or extraction of information, especially from official documents
and newspapers, where the standard, literary language is used.
Apart from those official languages, a large number of dialects or closely-related language