The Speech and Language Group at The University of Patras's Wire Communications Laboratory (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) has launched a new program called HLTheses. Below is the CALL for PAPERS. I'd really appreciate any suggestions and comments you may have on how we can make HLTheses internationally known to Human Language Technology researchers.
HLTheses: Info and Call for Submissions
HLTheses is a web-site devoted to current research in Human Language
Technology (HLT). It is an ELSNET initiative, co-sponsored by ISCA and
EACL, aiming to aid HLT researchers and promote their research by
providing information on relevant PhDs worldwide. HLTheses contains
extended PhD abstracts (completed and on-going), CVs and contact
information of PhD authors and researchers. The site intends to
reference all PhD theses related to HLT worldwide, thus serving as a
state-of-the-art guide and a place where researchers can find others
who work in similar areas.
You can visit the site at http://HLTheses.elsnet.org Presently, only
a small number of abstracts are available for viewing on the HTLheses,
but we expect it to increase very soon.
CALL FOR PhD ABSTRACTS
HLTheses invites all researchers holding or pursuing a PhD in any area
of Human Language Technology (HLT) to submit extended abstracts of
their PhD theses (and brief CVs) in order to be listed in the HLTheses
repository. The PhDs need not be completed. On-going PhD abstracts are
PhDs presented in HLTheses are expected to create a great impact,
since HLTheses will initiate a large promotional campaign. HLTheses
intends to provide additional annual printed volumes containing the
theses completed every year, sorted by research area.
Detailed submission information is available at:
Please feel free to contact me if you need any additional information.
Nikos Fakotakis Maria Vasiliou
HLTheses Editor-in-Chief HLTheses Staff Member
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