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  • Adam Kilgarriff (word lists for language learning; word frequency lists, automatically finding lexical information in large corpora using the web as a source of linguistic data, measuring similarity between language corpora, polysemy, metonymy, metaphor, norms and exploitations)
  • Alexandre Patry (Université de Montréal, Statistical Machine Translation, terminology extraction, automatic bitext construction from bilingual corpora)
  • Amal Zouaq (Simon Fraser University, Computational Semantics, Computational Linguistics, Ontology Learning and Engineering, Text Mining, Semantic Annotation, etc.)
  • Alberto Barrón Cedeño (Technical University of Valencia, Information Extraction ,Plagiarism Detection, Text similarity analysis)
  • Aizawa Akiko (National Institute of Informatics, Information Engineering, Knowledge Engineering)
  • Andreas Rauber (Vienna University of Technology, Music IR, Data Mining, Digital Preservation)
  • Bin Li (Nanjing Normal University, Natural Language Processing, Modern Linguistics)
  • Bin Lu (City University of Hong Kong, Sentiment Analysis and Opinion Mining, Statistical Machine Translation (SMT), Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing (NLP), Machine Learning)
  • Bing Liu (University of Illinois at Chicago, Data mining, Web mining, and text mining, Machine learning, Constraint satisfaction, AI scheduling)
  • Brett W. Bader (Sandia National Laboratories, Computational methods from the areas of multilinear algebra, optimization, and nonlinear equations and their application to informatics and engineering problems)
  • ChengXiang Zhai (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Information Retrieval, Text Mining, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Bioinformatics)
  • Christopher C. Yang  (Drexel University , Web Search and Mining, Cross-lingual Information Retrieval, Summarization,Information Visualization)
  • Chung-Hong Lee (National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences, Multilingual Text Mining, Information Retrieval and Machine Learning)
  • Chunyu KIT (City University of Hong Kong, Computational Linguistics, computational poetry/poetics, computational terminology, machine translation, machine learning of natural language, Chinese poetry)
  • Cyril Goutte (National Research Council, Canada, Multilingual, Multiview Text Categorization)
  • Dan Wu  (Wuhan University, Cross-language Information Retrieval)
  • Daqing He (University of Pittsburgh,  information retrieval, adaptive Web systems and user modeling, interactive retrieval interface design, and Web log mining and analysis)
    Dani Yogatama (University of Tokyo, Multilingual document clustering, Semi-supervised clustering)
  • Delphine Bernhard (Université Paris-Sud 11, IR, Q/A, Morphology and unsupervised morpheme analysis, Multilingual information management and access, etc.)
  • Deng Cai (Zhejiang University, data mining, machine learning and information retrieval)
  • Edward Y. Chang (Google, Massive, Parallel Algorithms: PSVM, PLDA, Parallel Spectral Clustering)
  • Eibe Frank (The University of Waikato, Data mining,  digital library, keyword extraction)
  • Eric Gaussier (Université Joseph Fourier, probabilistic modeling of large document collections for information access)
  • Gaël Harry Dias (University of Beira Interior, Portugal, Natural Language Processing, Computational Linguistics, Collocation Extraction, Information Retrieval, Automatic Summarization, Web Content Mining, Web Search, Opinion Detection, Topic Tracking, Ontology and Text Mining)
  • Guilin Qi (University of Karlsruhe,Knowledge representation,Reasoning under uncertainty,Semantic web)
  • Günter Neumann (DFKI, Natural language driven human computer interaction)
  • Hai Zhao (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning)
  • Hanna Wallach(University of Massachusetts Amherst, Topic modeling)
  • Hans Friedrich Witschel (Universität Leipzig, Automatic terminology extraction, Information Retrieval, Distributed and P2P Information Retrieval)
  • Heting Chu (Long Island University,  Information Retrieval)
  • Hua Liu (Jinan Universtiy, Computational Linguistics)
  • Jan Pomikálek (Masaryk University, Czech, Natural language processing, text corpora, Web as corpus, cleaning boilerplate from Web pages, removing duplicates and near-duplicates in large text collections)
  • Jenny Rose Finkel (MIT, natural language processing) 
  • Jian Su  (Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore, Information Extraction; Discourse Analysis; Text Mining; Language Resources & Evaluation; Machine Translation; Segmentation, Tagging and Chunking; Machine Learning for Natural Language)
  • Jiangping Chen (University of North Texas, Intelligent Information Access, Digital Libraries and Web Database Systems)
  • Jianping Zeng (Fudan Universtiy, Topic models, text mining, topic detection and topic propagation, etc)
  • Jianqiang Ma (University of Tuebingen, Natural Language Processing & Information Retrieval)
  • Jie Tang (Tsinghua University, social network mining, text mining and semantic web)
  • Jin Zhang  (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Information retrieval algorithm, Internet infomration organization and retrieval, Visualization for information retrieval, AI, Human-machine interface, Digital libraries)
  • John Lee (City University of Hong Kong, NLP)
  • Jun Lang (Harbin Institute of Technology,  Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning)
  • Jure Leskovec (Stanford University, ining and modeling large social and information networks)
  • Kazuaki KISHIDA (Keio University, information retrieval, document clustering, informetrics, library evaluation)
  • Kuang-hua Chen (National Taiwan University, Information Retrieval and Evaluation, Citation Analysis, Natural Language Processing, Knowledge Representation and Acquisition, and Intelligent Information Systems)
  • Kun Yu (University of Tokyo, Natural Language Processing) 
  • Kyo Kageura ( University of Tokyo, Terminology, structure of information media, etc) 
  • Marie-Francine Moens (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Content recognition in text and information extraction, text understanding, Automatic indexing of text, topic tracking, etc.)
  • Mark Johnson (Macquarie University, Language Technology)
  • Michael W. Berry(The University of Tennessee, Bioinformatics, Parallel Computation, Text Mining/Information Retrieval, Computational Ecology,Cluster Analysis/Image Processing)
  • Lin Sun (University of Cambridge, Automatic lexical acquisition, Text mining)
  • Longbing Cao (UTS,  Domain Driven Data Mining,  Activity Mining, Behavior Informatics and Analytics, etc)
  • Massih-Reza Amini (Pierre & Marie Curie University, Machine Learning,information access)
  • Maxime Crochemore (King's College London, Algorithmics, text processing, text compression, automata theory, computational genomics, combinatorial pattern matching)
  • Mikalai Krapivin (Trento University, Keyphrase extraction)
  • Ming Li (Nanjing University, machine learning, data mining, information retrieval)
  • NG Hwee Tou (National University of Singapore, Natural Language Processing, Information Retrieval)
  • Nianwen Xue (Brandeis University, Semantic Role Labeling, Temporal inference, Machine Translation, Chinese language processing, Linguistic annotation)
  • Nicola Cancedda (Xerox Research Centre Europe, Cross-Language Technologies)
  • Nigel Collier (National Institute of Informatics, Japan, natural language processing)
  • Noah Smith (Carnegie Mellon University, Natural language processing, Computational linguistics, Machine learning, etc.)
  • Nuria Bel (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Natural Language Processing, automatic acquisition and exploitation of Language Resources)
  • Olena Medelyan (University of Waikato, Topic indexing, Keyphrase extraction, Wikipedia mining, Ontologies and thesauri in natural language processing, Word sense disambiguation, Semantic similarity )
  • Pascale Fung (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, statistical natural language processing and automatic speech recognition)
  • Patrick Pantel ( Microsoft Research, large-scale natural language processing, text mining, and knowledge acquisition)
  • Philipp Koehn (University of Edinburgh, statistical machine translation)
  • Pucktada Treeratpituk (The Pennsylvania State University, social network analysis, information retrieval, machine learning, natural language processing, and text mining)
  • Qiaozhu Mei (University of Michigan, text information management)
  • Rada Mihalcea (University of North Texas,Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, and Information Retrieval)
  • Roberto Navigli (University of Rome "La Sapienza", Natural Language Processing)
  • Roel Popping (University of Groningen, Text analysis)
  • Rongwei Cen (Tsinghua University, Web Information Retrieval, User Behavior Analysis,Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence)
  • Ruifeng Xu (Harbin Institute of Technology, NLP, Opinion Analysis, Information Extraction)
  • Scott Songlin Piao (Lancaster University, natural language processing, text mining, and social computing)
  • Simone Paolo Ponzetto (the University of Heidelberg, Knowledge acquisition and Natural Language Processing)
  • Simone Teufel (University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, Summarization, IR, and on the use of NLP techniques for web-based applications)
  • Sugato Basu (Google Research, machine learning, data mining, social network analysis, information retrieval, statistical pattern recognition and optimization)
  • Ting Liu (Harbin Institute of Technology,Information Retrieval and Natural Language Processing)
  • Wei Gao (The Chinese University of Hong Kong, information retrieval and natural language processing)
  • Wei Song (Jiangnan University, Textual Data Mining and Pattern Recognition)
  • Xiaodan(Tom) Zhang (Drexel University, Text Mining, Information Retrieval, Digital Library)
  • Xiaojun Wan (Peking University, Natural Language Processing, Information Retrieval, Text Mining)
  • Xin Xu (East China Normal University, Internet-Mediated Public Sentiment)
  • Xinyu Dai (Nanjing Univeristy,Natural Language Processing, Machine Translation)
  • William W. Cohen (Carnegie Mellon University, information integration and machine learning)
  • Wilson Wong (University of Western Australia, Health informatics, text mining, ontology learning and natural language processing)
  • Xuchen Yao (NLP, The Center for Lanuguage and Speech Processing, JHU)
  • Yan Song (City University of Hong Kong, Computational Linguistics, Machine Translation)
  • Yi Zeng (Beijing University of Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Web Intelligence, and the Semantic Web) 
    Ying Ding (Indiana University, Semantic Web, Webometrics, Social Network, Citation Analysis, Knowledge Engineering, Information Retrieval) 
  • Ying Zhao (Tsinghua University, Document clustering, data mining, bioinformatics, and information retrieval)
  • Yuen-Hsien Tseng (曾元顯,National Taiwan Normal University, Information Retrieval, Text Mining, etc.)
  • Yunqing Xia (Tsinghua University, Natural Language Processing, Information Retrieval, Text Mining)
  • Zhiqiang Gao (Southeast University, Ontology Learning and Natural Language Processing)
  • Zhisheng Huang (Vrije University of Amsterdam, Artificial Intelligence and Multimedia)
  • Ziqi Zhang (University of Sheffield , Text mining, Machine Learning,Information Extraction from text, Information Retrieval, Lexical semantics, disambiguation, Web technologies, Semantic Web)
 
 

 

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