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IWSDS 2011 : Workshop on Paralinguistic Information and its Integration in Spoken Dialogue Systems


Conference Series : International Workshop on Spoken Dialogue Systems Technology
When Sep 1, 2011 - Sep 3, 2011
Where Granada, Spain
Submission Deadline Apr 22, 2011
Notification Due May 22, 2011
Final Version Due May 29, 2011
Categories    NLP   speech recognition

Call For Papers

1st Call for Papers
IWSDS2011 - Workshop on Paralinguistic Information and its Integration
in Spoken Dialogue Systems
Granada, Spain, September 1-3, 2011

Following on the success of IWSDS2009 (in Irsee, Germany) and IWSDS2010 (in
Gotemba Kogen Resort, Japan) this 3rd International Workshop on Spoken
Dialogue Systems (IWSDS2011) will bring together researchers from all over
the world working in the field of spoken dialogue systems. It will provide
an international forum for the presentation of research and applications and
for lively discussions among researchers as well as industrialists.

This year's workshop designates "Paralinguistic Information and its
Integration in Spoken Dialogue Systems" as a special theme of discussion.
We would also like to encourage discussions of common issues of spoken
dialogue systems.

The workshop will be held just after INTERSPEECH 2011, Florence, Italy,
August 28-31, 2011 and will be supported by the Korean Society of Speech
Scientists. The workshop proceedings will be published as LNAI.

Web page of the workshop:

Important dates
April 22, 2011: Deadline for Long, Short and Demo papers
May 22, 2011: Author notification
May 29, 2011: Deadline for final submission of accepted paper
June 10, 2011: Deadline for early registration
September 1-3, 2011: Workshop

Ramón López-Cózar Delgado - University of Granada, Spain
Tetsunory Kobayashi - Waseda University, Japan

Steering Committee
Gary Geunbae Lee - POSTECH, Pohang, Korea
Joseph Mariani - LIMSI-CNRS and IMMI, Orsay, France
Wolfgang Minker - Ulm University, Germany
Satoshi Nakamura - NICT, Kyoto, Japan

Local Committee
Zoraida Callejas - University of Granada, Spain
David Griol - Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain
Gonzalo Espejo - University of Granada, Spain
Nieves Ábalos - University of Granada, Spain

Scientific Committee
Jan Alexandersson - DFKI, Saarbrücken, Germany
Masahiro Araki- Interactive Intelligence lab, Kyoto Institute of
Technology, Japan
André Berton - Daimler R&D, Ulm, Germany
Sadaoki Furui - Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
Joakim Gustafson - KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
Tobias Heinroth - Ulm University, Germany
Paul Heisterkamp - Daimler Research, Ulm, Germany
Kristiina Jokinen - University of Helsinki, Finland
Tatsuya Kawahara - Kyoto University, Japan
Hong Kook Kim - Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Lin-Shan Lee - National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Mike McTear - University of Ulster, UK
Mikio Nakano - Honda Research Institute, Japan
Elmar Nöth - University of Erlangen, Germany
Norbert Reithinger - DFKI, Saarbrücken, Germany
Gabriel Skantze - KTH, Stockholm, Sweden
Alexander Schmitt - Ulm University, Germany
Kazuya Takeda - Graduate School of Information Science, Nagoya
University, Japan
Hsin-min Wang - Academia Sinica, Taiwan

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