ICNLSP 2023 : 6th International Conference on Natural Language and Speech Processing
Call For Papers
We are delighted to invite you to ICNLSP 2023, the 6th edition of the International Conference on Natural Language and Speech Processing, which will be held virtually from December 16th to 17th, 2023.
ICNLSP 2023 offers the opportunity for attendees (researchers, academics and students, and industrials) to share their ideas and to connect to each other and make them up to date on the ongoing researches in the field.
ICNLSP 2023 aims to attract contributions related to natural language and speech processing. Authors are invited to present their work relevant to the topics of the conference.
The following list includes the topics of ICNLSP 2023 but not limited to:
Signal processing, acoustic modeling.
Architecture of speech recognition system.
Deep learning for speech recognition.
Analysis of speech.
Paralinguistics in Speech and Language.
Pathological speech and language.
Speaker and language identification.
Phonetics, phonology and prosody.
Cognition and natural language processing.
Sentiment analysis and opinion mining.
Computational Social Web.
Arabic dialects processing.
Under-resourced languages: tools and corpora.
New language models.
Lexical semantics and knowledge representation.
Requirements engineering and NLP.
NLP tools for software requirements and engineering.
Knowledge management systems.
Data mining and information retrieval.
NLP for Arabic heritage documents.
Submission deadline: 31 August 2023
Notification of acceptance: 31 October 2023
Camera-ready paper due: 20 November 2023
Conference dates: 16, 17 December 2023
1- All accepted papers will be published in ACL Anthology.
2- Selected papers will be published in Signals and Communication Technology (Springer) (https://www.springer.com/series/4748), indexed by Scopus and zbMATH.
Papers must be submitted via the link:
Each submitted paper will be reviewed by three program committee members.
Authors can use the ACL format: Latex or Doc.
Authors have the choice to submit their papers as a full or short paper.
Long papers consist of up to 8 pages of content + references.
Short papers, up to 4 pages of content + references.
Alex Waibel, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Najim Dehak, Johns Hopkins University, USA