Núria Gala (LPL) organized the Workshop 'Tools and Resources to Empower People with REAding DIfficulties' (READI, May 11th in Marseille) within the next Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC 2020).
This event is cancelled due to the current situation but the proceedings will be published in May.
Stay connected: https://readi-lrec2020.wixsite.com/readi-lrec2020
Lecture series "Language" (titles and conferences in French):
Monday, Feb 3: Marion Tellier - Pourquoi fait-on des gestes quand on parle ?
Monday, March 23: Mary Amoyal - Sourire pour communiquer
Monday, May 25: Leila Boutora - La langue des signes
Monday, June 8 and 15: Médéric Gasquet-Cyrus - Construction (et déconstruction) de la langue française
Monday, June 22: Nuria Gala - Lisibilité des textes : l’apprentissage de la lecture et des langues
For those who do not know the UPOP: it regularly offers conferences and debates on a wide variety of scientific questions - free of charge, open to everyone without any preconditions!
CLARIN has just published a interview with Philippe Blache (LPL, ILCB) and Magali Ochs (LIS) which was produced in the occasion of the international conference CLARIN 2018.
The two researchers present in particular the project Acorformed (Virtual reality to train doctors to announce bad news).
Professor AMU and director of the LPL, Laurent Prévot is invited to present a plenary lecture at the international conference Pacific Asia Conference Language Information and Computation (PACLIC 32) at Hong Kong Polytechnic University from December 1st to 3rd. His presentation will focus on “Quantitative Analysis of Conversations: A Window on the Interplay of Language and Communication”.
Registration for the XXXIIth edition of the Study Days on Speech (JEP2018) is now open! Organized by the Laboratoire Parole et Langage the conference will take place from 4 to 8 June 2018 at Aix-Marseille University – Campus Schuman, Aix-en-Provence. For nearly 50 years (1st edition, 1970, Grenoble), the Study Days on Speech have brought together about one hundred researchers from the Francophone community in the sciences and technologies of speech coming from different scientific horizons.