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Wed May 05 2010

Confs: Computational Ling/USA

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        1.    Ronald Kaplan, Human Language Technologies

Message 1: Human Language Technologies
Date: 04-May-2010
From: Ronald Kaplan <ron.kaplanmicrosoft.com>
Subject: Human Language Technologies
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Human Language Technologies
Short Title: NAACL HLT 2010

Date: 01-Jun-2010 - 06-Jun-2010
Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Contact: Ronald Kaplan
Contact Email: naaclhlt2010isi.edu
Meeting URL: http://naaclhlt2010.isi.edu/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Human Language Technologies: The 11th Annual Conference of the North American
Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics will be held June 1-6,
2010 in downtown Los Angeles, at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel.

Registration is now open. The conference program and other information are
available at the conference web site.

Invited Speakers:

David Temperley (University of Rochester): Music, Language, and Computational
Modeling: Lessons from the Key-Finding Problem

Steve Renals (University of Edinburgh): Recognition and Understanding of Meetings

NAACL HLT 2010 Workshops:

Saturday, June 5th

WS2: Workshop on Computational Approaches to Analysis and Generation of Emotion
in Text
Organizers: Diana Inkpen and Carlo Strapparava

WS3: Computational Approaches to Linguistic Creativity (CALC-10)
Organizers: Paul Cook and Anna Feldman

WS10: The 5th Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational
Organizers: Joel Tetreault, Jill Burstein, and Claudia Leacock

WS11: Second Louhi Workshop on Text and Data Mining of Health Documents (Louhi '10)
Organizers: Hercules Dalianis, Martin Hassel, and Sumithra Velupillai

WS12: Semantic Search (SemanticSearch 2010)
Organizers: Donghui Feng, Jamie Callan, Eduard Hovy, and Marius Pa?ca

WS13: Speech and Language Processing for Assistive Technologies
Organizers: Melanie Fried-Oken, Kathleen F. McCoy, and Brian Roark

WS14: Statistical Parsing of Morphologically Rich Languages (SPMRL 2010)
Organizers: Djamé Seddah, Sandra Kübler, and Reut Tsarfaty

WS15: 6th Web as Corpus Workshop (WAC-6)
Organizers: Adam Kilgarriff, Dekang Lin, and Serge Sharoff

Sunday, June 6th

WS1: Active Learning for NLP (ALNLP)
Organizers: Burr Settles, Kevin Small, and Katrin Tomanek

WS4: Computational Linguistics and Writing: Writing Processes and Authoring Aids
(CL&W 2010)
Organizers: Michael Piotrowski, Cerstin Mahlow, and Robert Dale

WS5: Computational Linguistics in a World of Social Media: #SocialMedia
Organizers: Ben Hachey and Miles Osborne

WS6: Computational Neurolinguistics
Organizers: Brian Murphy, Kai-Min Chang, and Anna Korhonen

WS7: Creating Speech and Text Language Data With Amazon's Mechanical Turk
Organizers: Chris Callison-Burch and Mark Dredze

WS8: Extracting and Using Constructions in Computational Linguistics
Organizers: Magnus Sahlgren and Ola Knutsson

WS9: Formalisms and Methodology for Learning by Reading (FAM-LbR)
Organizers: Rutu Mulkar-Mehta, James Allen, Jerry Hobbs, Eduard Hovy, Bernardo
Magnini, and Chris Manning

WS16: Young Investigators in the Americas Workshop
Organizers: Ted Pedersen and Thamar Solorio

NAACL HLT 2010 Workshop Co-Chairs:

Richard Sproat, Oregon Health & Science University
David Traum, University of Southern California, Institute for Creative Technologies
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