The first workshop on Spoken Language Technology (SLT) sponsored by IEEE and ACL will be held on December 10-December 13, 2006. The goal of this workshop is to bring the speech processing and natural language processing communities together to share and present recent advances in the area of spoken language technology, and to discuss and foster new research in this area. Spoken language technology is a vibrant research area, with the potential for significant impact on government and industrial applications.
Spoken language understanding; Spoken document summarization, Machine translation for speech; Spoken dialog systems; Spoken language generation; Spoken document retrieval; Human/Computer Interactions (HCI); Speech data mining; Information extraction from speech; Question/Answering from speech; Multimodal processing; Spoken language systems, applications and standards.
The workshop program will consist of tutorials, oral and poster presentations, and panel discussions. Attendance will be limited with priority for those who will present technical papers; registration is required of at least one author for each paper. Submissions are encouraged on any of the topics listed above. The style guide, templates, and submission form will follow the IEEE ICASSP style. Three members of the Scientific Committee will review each paper. The workshop proceedings will be published on a CD-ROM.
|Camera-ready paper submission deadline||July 21, 2006|
|Hotel Reservation and Workshop registration opens||July 30, 2006|
|Paper Acceptance / Rejection||September 1, 2006|
|Hotel Reservation and Workshop Registration closes||November 30, 2006|
|Workshop||December 10-13, 2006|