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GCC 2018

 

GRAND CHALLENGES IN COMPUTING

In partnership with the Computing Society of the Philippines-Special Interest Group on Information and Computing Education (CSP-SPICE), the University of the Immaculate Conception is hosting the Grand Challenges in Computing (GCC).GCC is an annual conference organized annually by the CSP-SPICE. This year, it will be held on July 27-28, 2018 at the University of the Immaculate Conception, Fr. Selga St., Davao City. The two day conference will feature special lectures from prominent researchers and educators in the information and communications technology and contributed research papers on computing and ICT.

On behalf of the organizing committee of the GCC 2018, We would like to invite you to attend and participate in this year’s conference.

Website: https://sites.google.com/view/gcc2018/home

Below is the congress fees:

Conference Registration Fees

Undergrad Students

Early Bird : Php 500.00 (with 3 snacks and certificate)

Regular : 800.00 (with 3 snacks and certificate)

IT Educators, Graduate Students and others

Early Bird : Php 1,800.00 (with lunch, 3 snacks, CSP membership and certificate)

Regular : 2,500.00 (with lunch, 3 snacks, CSP membership and certificate)

Note:

Early Bird (Online Registration Deadline: June 18, 2018)

For more information, please contact the GCC 2018 secretariat at Tel No : (02) 920-2080, (02) 436-2217, Fax No : 920-2036 and E-mail : acsaturinas@ittc.up.edu.ph / subscription@ittc.up.edu.ph.

CSP-SPICE (Computing Society of the Philippines-Special Interest Group on Information and Computing Education)

14NNLPRS 2018

Organized by the Computing Society of the Philippines – Special Interest Group on Natural Language Processing (CSP SIG-NLP), National University (NU), and University of the Cordilleras

Website: https://sites.google.com/view/14nnlprs/home

The 14th National Natural Language Processing Research Symposium (14NNLPRS) will take place on May 11-12, 2018 at the University of the Cordilleras, Baguio City. NNLPRS is a regular gathering of researchers from different fields working on the analysis, processing, and generation of human languages. This event is intended to provide a forum for the conduct of more research and networking. The past symposia have covered a wide range of topics in NLP and were graced by international invited speakers:

  • Prof. Robert Dale of Macquarie University, Australia in 2004;
  • Prof. Chu-Ren Huang from Institute of Linguistics in Academia Sinica of Taiwan in 2007;
  • Mr. Adam Pease of Articulate Software USA, and Prof. Gerald Nelson of the Chinese University of Hong Kong both in 2009;
  • Prof. Dekai Wu from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2010;
  • Prof. Hwee Tou Ng from the National University of Singapore in 2011;
  • Prof. Tod Allman of the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics and Prof. Chiu-Yu Tseng from Academia Sinica of iwan in 2014;
  • Prof. Tod Allman of the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics and Prof. Enya Kong Tang from Linton University of Malaysia in 2015;
  • Prof. Tod Allman of the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics and Prof. Chu Ren Huang from Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2016; and
  • Prof. Tod Allman of the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics in 2017.

With the theme “Humanitarian Technology”, the 14NNLPRS will be a venue for discussing the various challenges and opportunities that we face in integrating human language technologies to analyze various types of data towards addressing societal problems.

Relevant topics include but not limited to the following areas:

LANGUAGE
  • Corpus Building
  • Dictionary and Philippine Languages
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Phonology and morphology
  • Language Resources and Evaluation
  • Language Clustering and Mapping
  • Language Learning
  • Lexicology
  • Multilingual Speech Corpora
  • Prosody
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Speech Databases
  • Standardization
  • Syntax and grammar

COMPUTING

  • Automatic Speech Recognition
  • Culturomics
  • Information Retrieval
  • Machine Learning for Natural Language
  • Machine Translation
  • Named Entity Recognition
  • Natural Language Generation
  • Segmentation and Labeling
  • Sentiment Analysis and Opinion Mining
  • Sign Language Processing
  • Speech Synthesis
  • Text Summarization and Generation
  • Word Sense Disambiguation
  • WordNets and Ontologies

NNLPRS 2017

13th National Natural Language Processing Research Symposium

University of the Immaculate Conception, Annex Campus, Davao City

April 21-22, 2017

Official website: http://site.uic.edu.ph/13nnlprs/

Co-organized by the Computing Society of the Philippines – Special Interest Group on Natural Language Processing (CSP SIG-NLP), National University Computing Research Center (NU CRC), and University of the Immaculate Conception

The 13th National Natural Language Processing Research Symposium (NNLPRS) will take place on April 21-22, 2017 at University of the Immaculate Conception. NNLPRS is a regular gathering of researchers from different fields working on the analysis, processing, and generation of human languages. This event is intended to provide a forum for the conduct of more research and international networking. The past symposia have covered a wide range of topics in NLP and were graced by international invited speakers:

  • Prof. Robert Dale of Macquarie University, Australia in 2004;
  • Prof. Chu-Ren Huang from Institute of Linguistics in Academia Sinica of Taiwan in 2007;
  • Mr. Adam Pease of Articulate Software USA, and Prof. Gerald Nelson of the Chinese University of Hong Kong both in 2009;
  • Prof. Dekai Wu from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2010;
  • Prof. Hwee Tou Ng from the National University of Singapore in 2011;
  • Prof. Chiu-Yu Tseng from Academia Sinica of Taiwan and Prof. Tod Allman of the Graduate Institute of Linguistics in 2014;
  • Prof. Enya Kong Tang from Linton University of Malaysia and Prof. Tod Allman of the Graduate Institute of Linguistics in 2015; and
  • Prof. Chu Ren Huang from Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Prof. Tod Allman of the Graduate Institute of Linguistics in 2016.

THEME

With the theme “Speech and Text Analytics”, the 13th NNLPRS will be a venue for discussing the various challenges and opportunities that we face in integrating human language technologies to analyze various types of data.  Papers on preliminary works describing the challenges and opportunities faced by the authors are also invited. Select papers will be invited to a special issue of the Philippine Computing Journal.

Relevant topics include but not limited to the following areas:

Language Computing
  • Corpus building
  • Dictionary and Philippine languages
  • Discourse analysis
  • Phonology and morphology
  • Language resources and evaluation
  • Language clustering and mapping
  • Language learning
  • Lexicology
  • Multilingual speech corpora
  • Prosody
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Speech databases
  • Standardization
  • Syntax and grammar
  • Automatic Speech recognition
  • Culturomics
  • Information retrieval
  • Machine learning for natural language
  • Machine translation
  • Named entity recognition
  • Natural language generation
  • Segmentation and labeling
  • Sentiment analysis and opinion mining
  • Sign language processing
  • Speech synthesis
  • Text summarization and generation
  • Word sense disambiguation
  • WordNets and ontologies

 

NNLPRS 2016

12th National Natural Language Processing Research Symposium

Silliman University, April 22-23, 2016, https://sites.google.com/site/12nnlprs/

Co-organized by the Computing Society of the Philippines-Special Interest Group on Natural Language Processing (CSP SIG-NLP), National University Computing Research Center (NU CRC), and College of Computer Studies Silliman University.  National University and Silliman University are both recognized by the Commission on Higher Education as Centers of Excellence in IT Education.

The 12th National Natural Language Processing Research Symposium (NNLPRS) will take place on April 22-23, 2016 at Silliman University. NNLPRS is a regular gathering of researchers from different fields working on the analysis, processing, and generation of human languages. This event is intended to provide a forum for the conduct of more research and international networking. The past symposia have covered a wide range of topics in NLP and were graced by international invited speakers:

  • Prof. Robert Dale of Macquarie University, Australia in 2004;
  • Prof. Chu-Ren Huang from Institute of Linguistics in Academia Sinica of Taiwan in 2007;
  • Mr. Adam Pease of Articulate Software USA, and Prof. Gerald Nelson of the Chinese University of Hong Kong both in 2009;
  • Prof. Dekai Wu from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2010;
  • Prof. Hwee Tou Ng from the National University of Singapore in 2011; and
  • Prof. Chiu-Yu Tseng from Academia Sinica of Taiwan and Dr. Tod Allman of the Graduate Institute of Linguistics in 2014.
  • Prof. Enya Kong Tang from Linton University of Malaysia and Dr. Tod Allman of the Graduate Institute of Linguistics in 2015.

THEME

With the theme “Interdisciplinary Research and Collaboration”, the 12NNLPRS will be a venue for discussing the various challenges and opportunities that we face in integrating human language technologies in other disciplines. Papers on preliminary works describing the challenges and opportunities faced by the authors are also invited. All accepted papers will be presented as part of technical sessions and published in a separate NNLPRS proceeding.

Relevant topics include but not limited to the following areas:

Interdisciplinary

  • Corpus building
  • Culturomics
  • Discourse analysis
  • Phonology and morphology
  • Language learning and NLP
  • Language resources and evaluation
  • Lexicology
  • Sign language processing
  • Sociolinguistics and NLP
  • Syntax and grammar

Computing

  • Audio processing
  • Information extraction
  • Information retrieval
  • Machine learning for natural language
  • Machine translationNamed entity recognition
  • Sentiment analysis and opinion mining
  • Text summarization and generation
  • Word sense disambiguation
  • WordNets and ontologies

PCSC 2016

The 16th Philippine Computing Science Congress (PCSC 2016) will be hosted by Palawan State University, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines.

PCSC2016 is organized by the Computing Society of the Philippines to enable local and neighboring computing educators, researchers, ICT professionals, and students to interact and to share their work in computing, computer science, computational science, and information and communications technology (ICT). The conference features special lectures by prominent researchers and educators and contributed papers in ICT, computing, computer science, computational science, and related disciplines.

The official website of PCSC2016 is here: https://sites.google.com/site/2016pcsc/

Submission : January 17, 2016

Conference : March 16 – 18, 2016