Location: Oosterpoort, Groningen.

Please check the detailed program for specific talks!

Timeslot Program
08:30 - 09:30 Registration
09:30 - 10:30 Presentations - 4 parallel sessions
10:30 - 11:00 Coffee & Tea
11:00 - 12:00 Invited talk by Ido Dagan
12:00 - 13:45 Lunch + 24 posters
13:45 - 14:45 Presentations - 4 parallel sessions
14:45 - 16:15 Coffee & Tea + 24 posters
16:15 - 17:15 Presentations - 4 parallel sessions
17:15 - 18:30 Drinks and snacks

Poster session 1 - 12:00 - 13:45

Number Authors Title
1Angelo BasileYou Write Like You Eat
2Ayla Rigouts Terryn, Véronique Hoste and Els LefeverIntroducing HAMLET: Hybrid Adaptable Machine Learning approach to Extract Terminology
3Daphne Groot and Tommaso CaselliDetecting Controversy in Dutch News
4Daria Dzendzik, Carl Vogel, Qun Liu and Jennifer FosterLeveraging Linguistic and Non-Linguistic Features in Automatic Multiple Choice Reading Comprehension
5Denis PapernoTowards learning an interpreted language with recurrent models
6Elizaveta Kuzmenko and Talita AnthonioAutomatic Recognition of Discourse Relations with Neural Networks Produces State-of-the-art Quality
7Enrique Manjavacas, Mike Kestemont and Karsdorp FolgertKeepin' it real: linguistic models of authenticitiy judgements for artificially generated Hip-Hop lyrics
8Erik Tjong Kim Sang, Ben de Vries, Wouter Smink, Bernard Veldkamp, Gerben Westerhof and Anneke SoolsDe-identification of Dutch Mental Health Data
9Gertjan van Noord, Gosse Bouma and Peter KleiwegParse and Query with Universal Dependencies
10Hella Haanstra and Maaike de BoerOpinion aspect extraction in Dutch
11Hessel Haagsma, Malvina Nissim and Johan BosGotta catch 'em all: A wide-coverage corpus of idiomatic expressions in English
12Hugo de Vos, Suzan Verberne and Bernard SteunenbergExtracting footnotes from OCRed text
13Ineke Schuurman, Vincent Vandeghinste and Leen SevensMost wanted resources: imperfect written corpora
14Jens van der Meer and Jennifer SpenaderDiagnosing developmental dyslexia using serious computer games
15Madhumita Sushil, Simon Suster and Walter DaelemansRule induction for global explanation of neural networks
16Martin Reynaert, Patrick Bos and Janneke van der ZwaanThe diachronic Dutch Lexicon, TICCLAT style
17Matej Martinc, Aljoša Valentinčič, Martin Žnidarsič and Senja PollakText classification of financial annual reports
18Natalia Resende and Raquel ChavesClassifying nouns in Portuguese into gender categories: a deep learning approach
19Rick KosseMachine Translation Dutch <> Gronings
20Ruud de Jong and Mariët TheuneGoing Dutch: Creating SimpleNLG-NL
21Stéphan Tulkens, Dominiek Sandra and Walter DaelemansOrthographic neighborhoods in neural networks

Poster session 2 - 14:45 - 16:15

Number Authors Title
1Aicha Ghoulam, Fatiha Barigou and Ghalem BelalemAutomatic extraction of semantic relations from french clinical reports: a pattern based approach
2Andreas van CranenburghA Dutch coreference resolution system with quote attribution
3Davy BaardinkA Multimodal Typelogical Grammar for Verb Clusters with Past Participles in Dutch Subordinate Clauses
4Galiya YeshmagambetovaNeural Machine Translation of Kazakh
5Ineke Schuurman, Leen Sevens, Vincent Vandeghinste and Frank Van EyndePicto for migrants
6Iris Hendrickx, Ko van der Sloot, Maarten van Gompel and Antal van Den BoschHow high can Frog leap?
7Jelte van Waterschoot and Mariet TheuneImproving question-answering systems using phonetic information
8Juliet van Rosendaal and Malvina NissimTailoring Data Collection towards a Dutch Corpus for Hate Speech Detection
9Liesbeth Augustinus and Vincent VandeghinsteImproving GrETEL's English
10Lukas Edman, Jennifer Spenader and Antonio ToralVariational Unsupervised Machine Translation
11Luna De Bruyne and Véronique HosteTransfer Learning for Spanish Emotion Detection
12Lyan Verwimp and Patrick WambacqDemo: Automatically Generating Papers of the Speech Group
13Maaike de Boer, Matthias Fäth, Judith Dijk and Freek BomhofUnraveling the Chinese Whispergame – Can we detect Circular Reporting?
14Martijn Bartelds, Tommaso Caselli, Hetty Wessel-Smit and Bassam ShoukriThe Tweet-NL Alarm Corpus
15Miguel Rios, Wilker Aziz and Khalil Sima'AnA Generative Model of Lexical Paraphrase Representation
16Pintu Lohar, Haithem Afli and Andy WaySentiment Preservation in Machine Translation
17Prajit Dhar, Arianna Bisazza and Wessel KraaijDoes Syntactic Knowledge Transfer Cross-Lingually in Multilingual Neural Language Models?
18Raffaele Piccini and Gerasimos SpanakisExploring the context of recurrent neural network based conversational agents
19Rianne Conijn, Luuk van Waes and Menno van ZaanenTypoo or orthographic error? Automatic classification of typographic versus orthographic errors using keystroke logs
20Simon Suster, Madhumita Sushil and Walter DaelemansRevisiting neural relation classification in clinical notes with external information
21Talita Anthonio and Alban VoppelDetection of Incoherent Speech in Dutch Transcripts for Classifying Schizophrenia Spectrum disorders
22Tatiana Bladier, Jörg Hendrik Janke, Jakub Waszczuk and Laura KallmeyerFrom partial neural graph-based LTAG parsing towards full parsing
23Tim Kreutz and Walter DaelemansHow to optimize your Twitter collection: Dutch keyword sets for various research goals.