Schedule for Spring 2019

Date           Presenter Topic
01/08 Marie de Marneffe Organizational meeting
01/15 Adam Stiff Phonetic representation for virtual patient
01/22 Cory Shain Predictability of frequency in reading
01/29 Nanjiang Jiang Speaker commitment
02/05 Paper discussion: Let’s do it “again”
02/12 Denis Newman-Griffis Context sensitive disambiguation
02/19 Evan Jaffe  Coreference resolution
02/26  ACL abstract session
03/05  Prepping Julia Hockenmaier’s visit
03/19 David King  Morphology/Paraphrase
03/26 Interspeech abstract session
04/02 Cory Shain Unsupervised learning of phonological features
04/09 Denis Newman-Griffis Structure of functioning information
04/16 Yu-Yun Chang Veridicality in Chinese

Schedule for Autumn 2018

Date           Presenter Topic
08/28 Marie de Marneffe Organizational meeting
09/04 Deblin Bagchi Multilingual speech recognition
09/11 Alex Erdmann Arabic NLP
09/18 David King Report on summer internship
09/25 Marie’s away
10/02 Adam Stiff Virtual Patient project
10/09 Keith Stewart Unity cluster presentation
10/16 Cory Shain & Lifeng Jin EMNLP dry-runs
10/23 Nanjiang Jiang, Jackson Luken FEVER workshop dry-run + Abstracts for ICASSP
10/30 Marie’s away
11/06 Peter Platinga Robust speech recognition
11/13 Evan Jaffe Feature engineering for coreference resolution
11/20 Mounica Maddela TBA
11/27 Denis Newman-Griffis TBA
12/04 Denman abstract session


The Computational Linguistics discussion group at OSU (Clippers) meets weekly throughout the semester to discuss ongoing research and share ideas. Anyone with an interest is welcome to attend.

NLP/AI Talks

This year, Wei Xu is organizing a series of invited NLP talks jointly with the AI seminar series.


We have been a local host for the North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad since 2010. See the NACLO 2017 information page for details about this year’s contest.

Previous events hosted by the CLLT group (including ACL 2008 and a variety of other conferences and workshops) are listed on the old Events page.