Week 1 (July 26th - July 30th)

Workshop on Computing Semantics with Types, Frames and Related Structures
Stergios Chatzikyriakidis, Rainer Osswald

The goal of this workshop is to bring together people interested in structured representations of semantic information, especially from a computational perspective. In recent years, there has been... read

week 1 LaCoWorkshop

Workshop on automated synthesis
Natasha Alechina, Brian Logan

This workshop is in the area of logic and computation. It aims to bring together work on using logic, games and automata for automatically generating plans and strategies for AI agents. Topics inc... read

week 1 LoCoWorkshop

Week 2 (Aug 2nd - Aug 6th)

Annotation, Recognition and Evaluation of Actions II (AREA-II)
Ielka van der Sluis, James Pustejovsky

AREA II is the follow up on the first AREA meeting at LREC 2018.
There has recently been increased interest in modeling actions, as described by natural language expressions and gestures, and ... read

week 2 LaCoWorkshop

Experimental approaches to language universals in structure and meaning
Mora Maldonado, Alexander Martin, Jennifer Culbertson

What is the range of variation in human languages? Despite their apparent differences, natural languages seem to exhibit many profound similarities between them. These similarities, often referred... read

week 2 LoLaWorkshop

Week 3 (Aug 9th - Aug 13th)

Workshop on Logics of Dependence and Independence
Jouko Väänänen, Fan Yang

This is a workshop on "Logics of dependence and independence" consisting of a programme of invited and contributed talks. Logics of dependence and independence are novel non-classical logics aimin... read

week 3 LoCoWorkshop

Computational and Experimental Explanations in Semantics and Pragmatics
Shane Steinert-Threlkeld, Jakub Szymanik

The traditional methodology of natural language semantics has used tools largely drawn from mathematical logic to build models designed to predict native speaker judgments of entailment between se... read

week 3 LaCoWorkshop

Approaches to implicature: Rational choice and/or exhaustification
Judith Degen, Benjamin Spector, Daniel Lassiter

We propose to organize a workshop which will bring together researchers interested in two prominent threads of work on implicature in natural language. The first is the rational choice approach as... read

week 3 LoLaWorkshop