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Spring 2018 LILY NLP Workshop

Friday 04/27 9:00am-3:00pm

Time Title Presenter
9:00-9:10 Welcome Dragomir Radev
9:10-9:20 Tree-Adjoining Parsing and Applications Jungo Kasai
9:20-9:30 Sequence to SQL Zilin Zhang
9:30-9:40 AAN Corpus Alex Fabbri
9:40-9:50 End-to-End Neural CLIR by Sharing Representation Rui Zhang
9:50-10:00 Seq2SQL: NLI Matching Model Qingning Yao
10:00-10:10 Material: English information search in any language Javid Dadashkarimi
10:10-10:20 Tree2Tree Neural Semantic Parsing Jack Koch
10:20-10:30 Predicting Document Cutoff with Neural Networks Miles Saffran
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-11:10 Building a Corpus for Sentiment Analysis of Surgical Operation Notes Jake Albert
11:10-11:20 20NN: Making Learning an Image Classification Problem Ben Rodriquez-Vars
11:20-11:30 Watch and Learn: Applications of Time Distributed Deep Learning to Super Smash Brothers Melee Austin Lachance
11:30-11:40 Computer Vision for Parking Signs Carter Levin
11:40-11:50 Summarization for Powerpoints and Web Tutorials Yijiao He
12:00-12:10 One shot learning Gaurav Pathak
12:10-1:20 Lunch with Visitor (Heng Ji)
1:20-1:30 New Semantic Parsing Task with a Large Text-to-SQL Corpus Tao Yu
1:30-1:40 Automatic Generation of Survey Structures in NLP+AI topics Pong Trairatvorakul
1:40-1:50 Seq2SQL using seq2seq with attention model Dongxu Wang
1:50-2:00 AST Based Natural Language Question to SQL Method Kai Yang
2:00-2:10 Summarization & Clustering for Search Results Emon Datta
2:10-2:20 Adversarial Training for NLP Michihiro Yasunaga
2:20-2:30 Prerequisite Chains and LectureBank Irene Li
2:30-2:40 Resource Recommendation for AAN Robert Tung
2:40-2:50 Extending SQLNet to Complex NL Questions James Ma
2:50-3:00 Seq2SQL Baseline Shanelle Roman

Fall 2017 LILY NLP Workshop

Friday 12/15 9:30am-3:00pm

Time Title Presenter
9:30-9:40 Welcome Dragomir Radev
9:40-9:50 Analyzing MRI Reports with NLP Lionel Jin
9:50-10:00 Weakly-Supervised Semantic Parsing Tao Yu
10:00-10:10 Addressee and Response Selection in Multi-Party Conversations with Speaker Interaction RNNs Rui Zhang
10:10-10:20 Medical Document Data Mining to Cluster Similar Cardiology Research Papers Alison Visher
10:20-10:30 Stylistic Author Attrib. Methods for Identifying Parody Isaac Pena
10:30-11:00 Break
11:10-11:20 A System to Diagnose Patients with Cough Part 1 Irene Li
11:20-11:30 A System to Diagnose Patients with Cough Part 2 Stylianos Roussoglou
11:30-11:40 Jack
11:40-11:50 Word Representations for IR Yavuz Nuzumlali
12:00-12:10 Tree-based Semantic Parsing Alexander Fabbri
12:10-12:20 Seq2Seq with History Gates Javid Dadashkarimi
1:30-1:40 Syntax-Aware Semantic Role Labeling Jungo Kasai
1:40-1:50 Biomedical Entity-Relationship Extraction Part 1 Robert Tung
1:50-2:00 Biomedical Entity-Relationship Extraction Part 2 Adrian Lin
2:00-2:10 A Mobile App for the Blind and Dyslexic Joe Lanzone
2:10-2:20 Word Embeddings and MATERIAL Dennis Zhao
2:20-2:30 Cross-Lingual Information Retrieval and MATERIAL Caitlin Westerfield
2:30-2:40 Python Source Code Search Andrew Malta
2:40-2:50 Sequential Question Answering Using Neural Network-Identified Coreference Summer Wu
2:50-3:00 Data-driven Citation-based Scientific Paper Summarization Michihiro Yasunaga

Spring 2017 LILY NLP Workshop

Friday April 28 9:00-13:00 at Room 000, AKW

Time Title Presenter
9:00-9:10 Welcome and Introduction Dragomir Radev
9:10-9:40 Invited Talk: From Text to SQL with Deep Learning Catherine Finegan-Dollak
9:50-10:00 Text Mining to Find Interactions between Political Contributions and Political Speech Lincoln Swaine-Moore
10:00-10:10 Guest Talk: Word Alignment with a Pivot Language Tom McCoy
10:10-10:20 Detecting Humor in New Yorker Cartoon Captions Hari Anbarasu
10:20-10:30 Humorous Caption Generation Rachel Prince
10:30-10:40 Neural network-based text generation for the New Yorker Caption Contest Dan Friedman
10:40-10:50 Applied Generative Models for Creating Humorous Photo Captions Tyler Dohrn
10:50-11:00 Classifying Viewpoints: Using NLP to quantify differences between news sources Micah Rosales
11:30-11:40 AAN+ Jay Hou and Clark Xie
11:40-11:50 Interpreting Metaphors Using Lessons Drawn from Psychology Daniel Keller
11:50-12:00 Generating Three-Dimensional Crosswords as a Weighted Constraint Satisfaction Problem Michael Menz
12:00-12:10 Guest Talk: What's in a name? What language can tell us about the nutritional breakdown of branded food products Sarah Gross
12:10-12:20 Guest Talk: Distributionally Learnable Context-Free Grammars Yiding Hao
12:20-12:30 Neural Multi-Doc Summarization Krishnan Srinivasan
12:30-12:40 Improving Graph Representations of Document Clusters in MDS Kshitijh Meelu
12:40-12:50 Graph-based Neural Multi-Doc Summarization Michihiro Yasunaga
12:50-13:00 Cross-lingual Word Embeddings Jungo Kasai
13:00-13:10 Guest Talk: TAG Parsing with Neural Networks and Distributed Representations Jungo Kasai
13:10-13:20 Web Application for Generating Image Descriptions Using Natural Language Processing and Computer Vision Techniques Adam Zucker

Spring 2017 LILY Meetings

Date Meeting Location
Feb. 23 (4 pm-) AAN project Meeting Room 220, 17 Hillhouse
Feb. 20 (6:30 pm-) First General Meeting Room 220, 17 Hillhouse