XXXV International Congress of the Spanish Society for the Processing of Natural Language
24.Sep - 27.Sep
The Spanish Society for the Processing of Natural Language (SEPLN) organizes each year a Conference with a duration of between three and four days. In this Conference, scientific sessions take place in the form of invited lectures and technical sessions, communications, demonstrations and round tables on the various areas of natural language processing (morphological, syntactic, semantic and pragmatic analysis, computational lexicography, automatic translation, technology of the speech, human-machine communication environments in natural language, document management and corpus linguistics). In the last editions, the first day is dedicated to special sessions dedicated to presenting results of evaluation campaigns in different areas, and the main part of the congress takes place the next three days.
The Congress is of INTERNATIONAL character with a program committee composed of researchers from Spain, France, Portugal, Italy, United Kingdom, Mexico, Cuba and the USA.
The accepted communications are published in the SEPLN Magazine. The Journal is published with two issues a year (March and September). The September issue includes the works selected for the conference. The Journal has the seal of quality of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECyT), which certifies it as a journal of excellence, and therefore, included in the Repository of Spanish Scientific Journals (RECyT, Spanish Repository of Science and Technology) http://recyt.fecyt.es/index.php/PLN. The Natural Language Processing Journal has also received the seal of quality (ISO9001) that certifies it as excellent for a period of three years (March 14, 2012 to March 14, 2015).
Offer a forum for debate and communication where the scientific community and the industry can present the research papers and the most recent findings in the area of Natural Language Processing (PLN).
Present new possibilities of real applications and R&D projects in the field of natural language processing, both written and spoken.
Identify future basic research lines and software and compare them with the needs of the market.
Offer a forum for the exchange of ideas especially dedicated to PhD students and young professionals who aspire to become active members in the area.
Activity directed to
- University students