Final Call for Papers
Workshop on Social Media and the Web of Linked Data (RUMOUR-2015)
18 July 2015 – Sibiu, ROMANIA
A satellite event of EUROLAN-2015 Summer School on Linguistic Linked Open Data
Workshop’s proceedings will be published in Springer’s Communications in Computer and Information Science series (indexed in Scopus and ISI Proceedings).
Abstract submission (not mandatory but encouraged): 24 May 2015
(Extended) Full paper submission: 07 June 2015
== 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.
CALL FOR PAPERS: Language Analysis in Social Media (LASM 2013)
This workshop is intended to serve as a forum for sharing research efforts and results in the analysis of language with implications for fields such as computational linguistics, sociolinguistics and psycholinguistics. The workshop will also focus on work that addresses development of benchmark corpora and task-oriented evaluation methods for linguistic analysis. The workshop is a merger between the Language in Social Media Workshop (LSM 2011 and 2012) and the Semantic Analysis in Social Media Workshop (SASM 2012).
Workshop on Information Extraction & Entity Analytics on Social Media Data
9th December 2012, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India
(collocated with 24th International Conference on Computational Linguistics - COLING 2012)
Over the last few years, there has been a growing public and enterprise interest in 'social media' and their role in modern society. At the heart of this interest is the ability for users to create and share content via a variety of platforms such as blogs, micro-blogs, collaborative wikis, multimedia sharing sites, social networking sites etc. The volume and variety of user-generated content (UGC) and the user participation network behind it are creating new opportunities for understanding web-based practices and building socially intelligent and personalized applications.