UMBC students present research at the Mid-Atlantic...
Six CSEE graduate students will present their research First Mid-Atlantic Student Colloquium on Speech, Language and Learning is a one-day event to be held at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore on Friday, 23 September 2011. Its goal is to bring together students taking computational approaches to speech, language, and learning, so that they can introduce their research to the local student community, give and receive feedback, and engage each other in collaborative discussion. The students and the titles of their presentations are:
- Niyati Chhaya, Joint Inference for Extracting Text Descriptors from Triage Images of Mass Disaster
- Lushan Han, GoRelations: An Intuitive Query System for DBpedia
- Niels Kasch, Concept Modeling for Scripts
- Justin Martineau, DIVA: Domain Independence Verification Algorithm for Sentiment Analysis
- Varish Mulwad, Automatically Generating Linked Data from Tables
- Jennifer Sleeman, A Streaming Approach to Linking FOAF Instances
- Xianshu Zhu, Finding Story Chains in Newswire Articles
Attendance is open to all and free but space is limited, so online registration is requested by September 16. The program runs from 10:00am to 5:00pm and will include oral presentations, poster sessions, and breakout sessions.