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NLP lab seminar

The laboratory seminar is primarily meant to present the activities of the active laboratory members: what they are doing, what results they have, what problems they have, which subtasks they are not able to solve and would like to have a collaboration of someone else, etc. Occasionally, and rather rarely, presentations by related department members can also be expected.

The seminar is now held on Thursdays at 14:00 in B203 (Spring 2024) and is open to anyone interested in the subject (does not have to be active in the lab). It can also be taken as a course PV173 NLP Lab Seminar and earn three credits for active participation, including presentation of your results (achieved in NLP Center projects or on a relevant issue). The seminar is given in English. Presentations can be in English, Czech or Slovak.

Selected presentations are also presented online at authenticated ZOOM. Please upload any attachments to the online presentation by following the instructions. Uploaded videos are available on the video page.

Presentations wanted:

Presentations offered:

  • Vojtěch Kovář: News in Lexical Computing

Seminar programme in the spring semester 2024

date programme

22.2.

seminar programme for this semester

29.2.

Pavel Rychly: Understanding LLM

7.3.

Anna Winklerová: Test item feature extraction

14.3.

Krištof Anetta: Medical Text Analysis

21.3.

Leonard Turčan: Authorship verification system

28.3.

Petr Zelina: Low sample NER with active learning

4.4.

Jura Bogomolov: Natural language interface for an analytical system

11.4.

Tomáš Houfek - Medical Named Entity Recognition (and more)

18.4.

Radoslav Sabol: Towards Slama: Foundational Slavonic LLM
Edoardo Signoroni: Smaller Models for Low-resource MT

25.4.

David Porteš: Driving LLMs using Prosody

2.5.

Yuliia Teslia: Analyzing Automatic Language Detection Methods for Czech-Ukrainian Translation Task

9.5.

Ondřej Sotolář: Empathetic Response Generation

16.5.

Michaela Denisová: TBA
Veronika Andrlova: Czech discussion robot

Seminar programme in the autumn semester 2023

date programme

20.9.

seminar programme for this semester
Aleš Horák: ​RASLAN 2023 Call for Papers
Ondřej Sotolář: SemEval task team call
Zuzana Nevěřilová: Scientist Night team call

27.9.

Ondřej Sotolář: Detection of supportive interactions in dialogs
Pavel Rychly: 2nd Czech speech/NLP day

4.10.

Klara Vrabl: Digital Linguistics in Ljubljana
Vítek Suchomel: Games for the Promotion of NLP to the Public. (10')
Try and test the latest game before it's presented at Researchers' Night! (20', Czech only)

11.10.

Edoardo Signoroni: Report on the WMT2023 Low-resource Indic MT shared task

18.10.

Petr Zelina: GPT for extraction of Side-Effects from pdf drug leaflets

25.10.

Martin Habrovec (Seznam.cz): Image-Text Alignment: Learning Representations for Image Search

1.11.

Radoslav Sabol: Expanding Stylometric Feature Set for Manipulative Style Recognition

8.11.

Michal Spiegel: Machine generated text detection

15.11.

Leonard Turčan: Authorship verification via cloze-test

22.11.

David Porteš: Guding LLMs by speech melody
Ondra Sotolář: EMNLP paper

29.11.

Adam Karásek: Authorship identification
Krištof Anetta: Medical Text Analysis

6.12.

Edoardo Signoroni: Machine Translation Evaluation Metrics

13.12.

Tomáš Houfek: Medical reports analysis
Filip Brzý: Usage of LLMs in programming Pepper social robot


You may also look at the seminar programme in preceding semesters.

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