JWLLP-28 (2019/12): The 28th Joint Workshop on Linguistics and Language Processing
Enter the south gate “ì–å of Waseda University into the main campus and bulding 8 is to your left. The big automatic sliding glass doors will lead you to B1 level and you can come up to the 3rd floor to the conference venue of 8-303/304/305.
Aspect ratio of our projector is standard 4:3. The cable can be connected to RGB D-sub 15 pin connectors.
Hot and cold drinks are available at the vending machines located on the 1st floor of building 8th.
Registration fee for JWLLP-28 (2019/12) is 10,000 JPY, cash on arrival.
Discounts and waivers can be considered for international graduate students and post-docs.
natural language and speech processing by computing machinery
human sentence processing and cognitive and brain imaging studies
compilation and analysis of large scale language data
learner corpora and learning data
Organized and supported in part by:
Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), 15H03226, Autonomous Mutual Language Learning Process among Japanese Learners of English through Interaction, PI: Yasunari Harada
Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), 18K11849, Inbound Tourists and How to do Things with the Web: Linguistic Expressions for Transmitting Hisotrical and Cultural Heritage for Foreign Residents and International Visitors, PI: Yuko Hiramatsu
Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), 17K02987, Higher Quality Linguistic Services Utilizing Expert Knowledge on Translation, PI: Masashi Saraki
Jointly hosted by:
Institute for the Study of Language and Information, Waseda University
Institute for Digital Enhancement of Cognitive Development, Waseda University
JELES: The English Language Education Society of Japan
JASLLI: Japanese Association for the Study of Logic, Language and Information (formerly known as Logico-Linguistic Society of Japan)
First drafted September 8th, 2015. Last revised December 26th, 2019.
The meeting and talks announced in this web page are subject to change without prior notice. The organizers should not be held responsible for any purported or actual damages by prospective participants due to those changes.