[Elsnet-list] Final Call For Papers: Young Researchers Workshop in
Speech Technology 2009
julie.mauclair at ucd.ie
Wed Mar 11 14:22:26 CET 2009
Final Call For Papers
The 1st Young Researchers Workshop on Speech Technology, YRWST 2009 (http://muster.ucd.ie/YRWST/index.html
), will be held in University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland on 25
April 2009. The workshop will be hosted by the UCD School of Computer
Science and Informatics (CSI) and is in conjunction with the CLUKI
Research Colloquium that is being held in Dublin on 23-24 April 2009 (http://www.cngl.ie/cluki/
Full Paper Submission:
23 March 2009, 23:59 IST (extended)
Notification of Acceptance:
30 March 2009
20 April 2009, 17:00 IST
25 April 2009
1st Young Researchers Workshop on Speech Technology
The aim of the workshop is for PhD students to present their current
work, meet other PhD students in the same field and get feedback on
their progress to date.
There are two keynote speakers, who will both talk about future trends
in speech technology. One talk will focus on speech synthesis (Prof.
Nick Campbell, TCD, Dublin, Ireland) and the other will focus on
speech recognition (Dr. Georges Linares, LIA, Avignon, France).
To this end, we extend a special welcome to authors of papers on novel
and emerging areas of research in speech technology.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Automatic Speech Recognition
Corpus Construction and Annotation
Multilingual Speech Technology
Machine Learning Applied to Speech
Articulatory-Acoustic Feature Extraction and Applications
Irish and Hiberno Speech
Natural Language Processing
The workshop has two types of submission formats: full 4-page papers
and short 1-page papers for work-in-progress. Prospective authors are
invited to submit papers in either format using the template provided
on the YRWST website (link provided above) to either of the contact
emails provided here by 20 March 2009.
Submissions have to be sent by email to Dr. Peter Cahill (peter.cahill at ucd.ie
) or Dr. Julie Mauclair (julie.mauclair at ucd.ie).
All papers will be reviewed by at least three members of the Programme
Committee. Following review, authors will be informed whether their
paper is accepted, as well as feedback from the reviews will be
The Programme Committee will select papers containing original work.
The Programme Committee encourages work-in-progress submissions from
Peter Cahill and Julie Mauclair
School of Computer Science and Informatics,
College of Engineering Mathematical and Physical Sciences,
University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland.
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