Sunday, 25 August 2013

Workshop on " Art of Research "



Ancy, Deepa, Divya, Indu, Nibeesh, Prajitha, Sincy, Sreeja, Sreejith and Varsha of Second year M.Tech Computational Linguistics attended the one day workshop on " Art of Research " Conducted by Department of Computer Applications, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore in association with Advanced Computing and Communications Society, Coimbatore Chapter on 24 August 2013. The various sessions in the workshop were handled by  Dr. Saragur M Srinidhi , Dr. S.K. Sinha and Dr. S. Rajasekaran. The workshop discussed on various research issues, research methodologies, research strategies and current research opportunities. The workshop was very inspiring, motivational and enriched the participants on several aspects of research.


Thursday, 8 August 2013

New Publication in IJLTET


The paper  titled "Dysarthric Speech Enhancement using Formant Trajectory Refinement", by Divya Das of M. Tech Computational Lingusitcs, is accepted and published in Volume 2 Issue 4 – July 2013 of International Journal of Latest Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJLTET). The paper is part of her project work at Machine Intelligence Lab of Amrita Vishwavidhya peedam.

SIMPLE Groups congratulates Divya Das for her achievement.

Publication Details:

Divya Das, Dr. C. Santhosh Kumar, Dr. P. C. Reghu Raj, " Dysarthric Speech Enhancement using Formant Trajectory Refinement" , IJLTET, Volume 2 Issue 4 – July 2013. 

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CLEAR-Sept 2013-Article Invitation


Student's Innovations in Morphology, Phonology and 
Language Engineering (SIMPLE)-Groups
Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
Govt. Engineering College, Sreekrishnapuram
Palakkad, 678633

Inviting Article for CLEAR Sept 2013

We are inviting thought-provoking articles, interesting dialogues and healthy debates on multifaceted aspects of Computational Linguistics, for the forthcoming issue of CLEAR ( Computational Linguistics in Engineering And Research) magazine, publishing on Sept 2013. The topics of the articles would preferably be related to the areas of Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics and Information Retrieval.

Call for Papers

Machine Translation
Web Information Extraction/Mining
Speech Recognition/Understanding
Information Retrieval and Extraction
Speech Analysis/Synthesis
Quantitative Linguistics
Computational Models
Language Learning
Computational Linguistics
Linguistics Modelling Techniques
Computational Theories
Multilingual/Cross-lingual Language Processing
Natural Language Processing
Corpus Linguistics
Spoken Dialog Systems
Software Engineering for NLP
Formal Linguistics-Theoretic and Grammar Induction
Language and Social Networks
Computational Semantics
Applying NLP on Domain Specific Data
Automatic Text Summarization
Lexical Semantics, Word Sense Disambiguation
Sentiment Analysis and Opinion Mining
Human-Computer Dialogue Systems
Models of Cognitive Processes
Discourse and Anaphora
Ques/Ans and Dialogue Systems
Morph Analyzer
Textual Entailment
Multimodal Representations and Processing
Natural Language Interface for Database
Deep Learning in NLP

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The articles may be sent to the Editor on or before 10th September, 2013 through the email simplequest.in@gmail.com.


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    SIMPLE Groups                                         CLEAR Magazine

Adieu to First Batch of SIMPLE Groups




The pioneer batch (2011-2013) from Simple groups successfully completed their course in Computational Linguistics. The students from the 2012-14 batch had organized a Farewell party for their seniors on 31st July 2013. The function kicked off in the forenoon session with a bundle of games and entertainment. Later, the faculties including HOD joined the students for a sumptuous lunch.  The formal meeting in the afternoon session was inaugurated by Dr. P.C. Reghu Raj, the Head of Computer Science department, with an inaugural speech. During his speech, he shared some of his memories and congratulated the winners in various events. He concluded by wishing good luck to all of them in all their future endeavors. After that, the senior faculties Asst. Prof. C. Nazeer and Asst. Prof. R. Binu, followed by other staff members from CS department shared their memories with the first batch. There was a mixture of emotions among the audience when each one from the senior batch started sharing their experiences. Everyone thanked the HOD and other faculty members for their endearing efforts in helping them during the course. It was a memorable and eventful day for the Simple groups with great enthusiasm and a lot of nostalgia. 

SIMPLE Groups wishes all of them, the very best in their life ahead.!
 

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