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.
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The fifth edition of CLiC-it will be held in Turin, on 10-12 December, 2018. The conference will be followed by EVALITA 2018 (http://www.evalita.it/2018), the 6th evaluation campaign of Natural Language Processing and speech tools for the Italian language. CLiC-it and EVALITA are organised by the Italian Association of Computational Linguistics (AILC -- www.ai-lc.it).
Speaker: Anna Siyanova
Title: Researching the acquistion, processing and use of multi-word expressions in a first and second language.
Sara Tonelli has been invited to give a presentation at the symposium on "Computational Text Analysis and Historical Change", which will take place at Umeå University in Sweden from September 4 to 6. More on the program here.
"The day of DH is an annual event, which aims to commemorate and remember the profile of a digital humanist in different parts of the world. It is the opportunity to establish contact with participants around the world and share projects, ideas, new contributions… What is being done now in the field of Digital Humanities?"
DH reading group on multiword expressions will discuss the following paper:
Yulia Tsvetkov and Shuly Wintner: "Identiﬁcation of Multiword Expressions by Combining Multiple Linguistic Information Sources". Accepted for publication on Computational Linguistics.
Lectures on Computational Linguistics 2018 (LCL 2018) is a two-day event featuring tutorials on topics in Computational Linguistics sponsored by AILC, the Italian Association of Computational Linguistics.
Sara Tonelli will give the following tutorial: "Methodologies and Techniques for the Digital Humanities: Ongoing Work and Open Challenges".
Title: Curse and blessing of Digital Humanities: doing research and looking for new opportunities across the boundary of different disciplines
Speaker: Dr. Sara Tonelli, FBK - presentation: Paolo Traverso (FBK)
Computational Linguistics in the Netherlands (CLIN) is an annual conference about Computational Linguistics organised in Flanders (Belgium) and The Netherlands.
Researchers will presents abstracts describing work on all aspects of computational linguistics and related language and speech technologies and applications.