EMNLP 2017: Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing — September 7–11, 2017 — Copenhagen, Denmark.

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SIGDAT, the Association for Computational Linguistics special interest group on linguistic data and corpus-based approaches to NLP, invites you to participate in EMNLP 2017.

Area chairs

Information Extraction, Information Retrieval, and Question Answering
Jing Jiang
Singapore Management University
Mausam
IIT Delhi
Hinrich Schütze
LMU Munich
Sameer Singh
UC Irvine
Tomek Strzalkowski
SUNY Albany
Mihai Surdeanu
University of Arizona
Scott Wen-tau Yih
MSR
Language and Vision
Sanja Fidler
University of Toronto
Hannaneh Hajishirzi
University of Washington
Linguistic Theories and Psycholinguistics
William Schuler
The Ohio State University
Machine Learning
Mohit Bansal
UNC Chapel Hill
Jordan Boyd-Graber
University of Colorado
Trevor Cohn
University of Melbourne
Hal Daume
University of Maryland
Alona Fyshe
University of Victoria
Anoop Sarkar
Simon Fraser University
Machine Translation and Multilinguality
Marine Carpuat
University of Maryland
David Chiang
University of Notre Dame
Mona Diab
George Washington University
Dan Gildea
University of Rochester
Philipp Koehn
Johns Hopkins University
Segmentation, Tagging, and Parsing
Jinho Choi
Emory University
Julia Hockenmaier
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Alexander Rush
Harvard University
Zhang Yue
Singapore University of Technology and Design
Semantics
Roberto Basili
University of Roma, Tor Vergata
Chris Biemann
University of Hamburg, Germany
Ed Grefenstette
Deepmind
Tom Kwiatkowski
Google
Sameer Pradhan
cemantix.org and Boulder Learning, Inc
Vivek Srikumar
University of Utah
Sentiment Analysis and Opinion Mining
Bing Liu
University of Illinois at Chicago
Rada Mihalcea
University of Michigan
Saif M. Mohammad
National Research Council Canada
Social Media and Computational Social Science
David Bamman
University of California, Berkeley
Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil
Cornell University
Mark Dredze
Johns Hopkins University
Jacob Eisenstein
Georgia Tech
Spoken Language Processing
Mari Ostendorf
University of Washington
Summarization, Generation, Discourse, Dialogue
Joyce Chai
Michigan State University
Jennifer Chu-Carroll
Elemental Cognition
Kentaro Inui
Tohoku University
Gina Levow
University of Washington
Amanda Stent
Bloomberg LP
Text Mining and NLP Applications
Dipanjan Das
Google
Mamoru Komachi
Tokyo Metropolitan University
Anna Korhonen
University of Cambridge
Nitin Madnani
Educational Testing Service (ETS)
Marie-Francine Moens
KU Leuven
Thamar Solorio
University of Houston
Andreas Vlachos
University of Sheffield