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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 Wednesdays at 14:00 in B203 (Spring 2022) 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:

Seminar programme in the spring semester 2021

date programme

16.2.

seminar programme for this semester

23.2.

Pavel Rychly: Modules for Machine Translation (MoMaT)
Pavel Rychly: NLP data processing

2.3.

Zuzana Neverilova: Konica Minolta projects
Michal Stary: Event Miner
Radoslav Sabol: Officebot
Ivan Hochman: Logo detection

9.3.

Rastislav Papčo: Topic classificaton in web corpora
Vit Suchomel: Corpus Data Checks

16.3.

Greta Zella: Introduction
Adam Hajek: Czech Summarization
Tomas Foltynek: Authorship verification (try it out)

23.3.

Tereza Vrabcova: Machine translation training
Hien Thi Ha: OCRMiner

30.3.

Kristof Anetta: Electronic health records analysis

6.4.

Ondrej Sotolar: Dialogue act classification

13.4.

Ota Mikusek: Czech members of parliament sentence identification

20.4.

Filip Bobek: OCR Evaluation
Zuzana Nevěřilová: Invoice Mining
Mahmut Arslan: EHR processing

27.4.

Veronika Burgerova: Conversion between first and third person
Marek Medveď: Unanswerable questions

4.5.

Kamila Samajova: Pepper app
Daniel Kratky: Adding accents with the use of transformers

11.5.

Edoardo Signoroni: Sentence alignments - evaluation
Filip Brukner: Enriching essays with generated attributes
Greta Zella: TBA

Seminar programme in the autumn semester 2021

date programme

16.9.

seminar programme for this semester
Aleš Horák: RASLAN 2021 Call for Papers

23.9.

Vít Novotný: SIGIR 2021 and RANLP 2021
Adam Rambousek: AHISTO project

30.9.

Michaela Denisová: Crosslingual embedding models

7.10.

Mikuláš Bankovič: Superresolution techniques for OCR

14.10.

Rastislav Papčo: Topic classificaton in web corpora
Edoardo Signoroni: Corpus alignment by machine translation techniques

21.10.

Dalibor Bačovský: Improving the Subword Model of fastText

4.11.

Ondřej Sotolář: Facebook conversations classification
Radoslav Sabol: Language identification and sentiment analysis for social network texts

11.11.

Tereza Vrabcová: Preparation of Parallel Corpora for Machine Translation
Adam Hájek: Automatic text summarization using GPT-2

18.11.

Petr Zelina: Czech transformers
Samuel Špalek: Tokenizers: comparison of 'utok' and 'unitok'

25.11.

Marek Medveď: Answer Context in Question Answering
Kristína Němcová: Multimodal machine learning

2.12.

Tomáš Houfek: Information extraction from medical records
Daniel Krátký: Adding accents to Czech texts

9.12.

Krištof Anetta, Mahmut Arslan: Electronic health records processing


It is also possible to view the seminar programme in preceding semesters.

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