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Temporal and Spatial Content Tracking

Speaker: Tommaso Caselli

Seminar title: “Why did the building collapse?”: Ask for the Storylines! 

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Rachele Sprugnoli is in the Program Committee of the 1st Workshop on Temporal Dynamics in Digital Libraries (TDDL). The workshop will be held in conjunction with the "21st International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries" (TPDL2017) on September 21 in Thessaloniki, Greece. 

The workshop topics include but are not limited to:

The paper "Semantic Linking for Event-Based Classification of Tweets" authored by Amosse Edouard, Elena Cabrio, Sara Tonelli and Nhan Le Thanh has been accepted for presentation at the 18th International Conference on Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing (CICLing 2017).

La figura di Alcide De Gasperi (1881–1954) continua a suscitare un notevole interesse, non soltanto tra gli storici e gli studiosi della politica del Novecento. I fattori che rendono la vicenda dello statista trentino al contempo eccezionale ed emblematica sono vari: il suo contributo allo sviluppo del movimento cattolico nel Trentino e a livello nazionale e internazionale, la leadership politica nella Democrazia Cristiana, la peculiare interpretazione del ruolo di capo del governo italiano; il contributo dato alla politica internazionale di pace, l’intuizione europeista.

The demo paper " RAMBLE ON: Tracing Movements of Popular Historical Figures" by Stefano Menini, Rachele Sprugnoli, Giovanni Moretti, Enrico Bignotti, Sara Tonelli and Bruno Lepri has been accepted at EACL 2017, the conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics.

The paper "The Content Types Dataset: a New Resource to Explore Semantic and Functional Characteristics of Texts" authored by Rachele Sprugnoli, Tommaso Caselli, Sara Tonelli and Giovanni Moretti has been accepted as a short paper at EACL 2017.

We will attend the 26th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (Coling2016) in Osaka, during which we will present three papers.

The survey paper "One, no one and one hundred thousand events: Defining and processing events in an inter-disciplinary perspective" written by Rachele Sprugnoli and Sara Tonelli has been accepted for publication on the Natural Language Engineering (NLE) journal.

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Rachele Sprugnoli will be a visiting researcher at the Computational Lexicology and Terminology Lab, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam from October to December 2016. Enjoy Amsterdam!

Rachele Sprugnoli will be the Italian representative at the next CLARIN-PLUS workshop "Working with Digital Collections of Newspapers".

The aim of the workshop is to demonstrate how the application of language and speech technology tools and services on digital language material can advance humanities and social sciences research in fields other than linguistics.

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