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SLTC Newsletter - Summer 2012

The Summer 2012 edition of the IEEE Speech and Language Processing Technical Committee’s Newsletter is now online.

August 2012

Welcome to the Summer 2012 edition of the IEEE Speech and Language Processing Technical Committee's Newsletter! In this issue we are focusing on news from recent conferences (such as an overview of speech and related papers at ACL 2012 by Asli Celikyilmaz) and workshops (such as the Odyssey 2012 by Nancy Chen and Haizhou Li and NAACL workshops by Svetlana Stoyanchev and Antonio Roque). This issue of the newsletter includes 11 articles from 11 guest contributors, and our own staff reporters and editors. Thank you all for your contributions!

We believe the newsletter is an ideal forum for updates, reports, announcements and editorials which don't fit well with traditional journals. We welcome your contributions, as well as calls for papers, job announcements, comments and suggestions. You can submit job postings here, and reach us at speechnewseds [at] listserv (dot) ieee [dot] org.

Finally, to subscribe to the Newsletter, send an email with the command "subscribe speechnewsdist" in the message body to listserv [at] listserv (dot) ieee [dot] org.

Dilek Hakkani-Tür, Editor-in-chief
William Campbell, Editor
Patrick Nguyen, Editor
Martin Russell, Editor

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