The 24th edition of the French NLP conference will take place this year in Orleans, the heart of the Loire Valley region, famous for its castles and located 125 km south of Paris. We will welcome participants on the Orleans wooded campus from Monday 26 to Friday, June 30, 2017.

This event will include several joint events: conferences, workshops, software demonstrations and a Professional Fair.

The conference will be organized by three laboratories specialized in the field of NLP, computing and corpus linguistics: LLL (Laboratoire Ligérien de Linguistique), LIFO (Laboratoire d’Informatique Fondamentale d’Orléans) and LI (Laboratoire Informatique de Tours). The 2017 edition of the conference will welcome with interest proposals of communication related to Digital Humanities and corpus linguistics, as well as its standard NLP topics

  •  Phonetics, phonology, morphology, part-of-speech tagging
  • Syntax, grammars, parsing, chunking
  • Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse,
  • Lexical and distributional semantics,
  • Linguistic and psycho-linguistic aspects of NLP,
  • Language resources for NLP,
  • Evaluation methods for NLP,
  • NLP applications (information retrieval and extraction, question-answering, generation and summarization, dialogue, sentiment analysis, etc.),
  • NLP and multi-modal interface (speech, vision, etc.),
  • NLP and multilingualism,
  •  NLP for the Web and social networks,
  •  NLP and low-resourced languages,
  •  NLP and sign language,
  •  NLP and ethics
  •  NLP and corpus linguistics
  •  NLP and Digital Humanities