CMLS-2018

International Workshop on Computational Models in Language and Speech

International Workshop on Computational Models in Language and Speech (CMLS-2018)

The goal of this workshop is to bring together leading researchers from artificial intelligence, computational linguists, software researchers that are interested in natural language processing – both as speakers and as audience members. Its ultimate goal is to share knowledge, discuss open research questions, and inspire new paths.

The scope of Computational Models in Language and Speech” workshop includes the following topics:

  • Semantic analysis of the text;
  • Semantic Web technologies;
  • Thesauri, ontologies;
  • Machine translation;
  • Natural Language Processing;
  • Speech technologies.

Proceedings of Computational Models in Language and Speech Workshop (CMLS 2018) are published by CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol-2303, http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2303/

Tatarstan Academy of Sciences
November 1, 2018

Alexander Elizarov, Dr. Sc., Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University, N.I. Lobachevsky Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Kazan, Russia.

  1. Natalia Loukachevitch, Dr. Sc., Lomonosov Moscow State University, Research Computing Center, Moscow, Russia
  2. Dmitry Lande, Dr. Sc., the Institute for Information Recording, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
  3. Olga Nevzorova, Cand. Sc., Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Applied Semiotics, Kazan, Russia
  4. Valery Solovyev, Dr. Sc., Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University, Leo Tolstoy Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication, Kazan, Russia
  5. Vladimir Polyakov, Cand. Sc., Russian Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Linguistics, Moscow, Russia
  6. Mikhail Kopotev, Ph.D., University of Helsinki, Department of Modern Languages, Helsinki, Finland
  7. Airat Khasianov, Ph.D., Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University, Higher School of Information Technologies and Information Systems, Kazan, Russia
  8. Dzhavdet Suleymanov, Dr. Sc., Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Applied Semiotics, Kazan, Russia
  9. Alexander Kirillovich, Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University, N.I. Lobachevsky Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Kazan, Russia
  10. Yury Zagorulko, Cand. Sc., A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia
  11. Elena Tutubalina, Cand. Sc., Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University, Higher School of Information Technologies and Information Systems, Kazan, Russia
  12. Aidar Khusainov, Cand. Sc., Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Applied Semiotics, Kazan, Russia
  13. Alexander Fridman, Dr. Sc., the Institute for Informatics and Mathematical Modeling — Subdivision of the Federal Research Centre «Kola Science Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences»
  14. Sergei Tatevosov, Dr. Sc., Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Philology, Moscow, Russia
  1. Olga Nevzorova, co-chair, Cand. Sc., Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Applied Semiotics, Kazan, Russia
  2. Rinat Gilmullin, Cand. Sc., Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Applied Semiotics, Kazan, Russia
  3. Ayrat Gatiatullin, Cand. Sc., Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Applied Semiotics, Kazan, Russia
  4. Alfiya Galieva, Cand. Sc., Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Applied Semiotics, Kazan, Russia

Tentative version of the workshop program is available.

  1. We plan publishing of the Workshop proceedings as a separate volume of the TEL-2018 Conference proceedings

  2. Workshop Proceedings will be published locally after the conference as a collection of full texts of all accepted by the Program Committee regular and short papers. Soon after the conference the texts of regular papers presented at the conference will be submitted for online publishing in a volume of the European repository of the CEUR Workshop Proceedings, as well as for indexing the volume content in DBLP and Scopus.

  3. To publish the papers from CMLS Workshop in the local TEL-2018 proceedings, the Workshop speakers should present at least an extended abstract at the end of August 2018 (minimally 2-3 pages of A4, in TEL-2018 format, with a complete relevant bibliography).

TEL-2018 Conference
Paper submission 31.08.2018
Notification of acceptance 31.09.2018
CMLS Workshop
Paper submission 20.08.2018
Notification of acceptance 31.09.2018