Opening Day Schedule

2019 Sixth Frederick Jelinek Memorial Summer Workshop

Watch the opening ceremony recording (25th June)

Click the video below for a playlist of presentations from this year’s workshop::

Location: Room A-1600, ETS, Montreal.

08:30 AM – Continental Breakfast
09:00 AM – Call to Order, Patrick Cardinal, Najim Dehak
09:05 AM – Welcome by the Director General of Ecole Technologie Superieure, Francois Gagnon
09:20 AM – Workshop Introduction, Sanjeev Khudanpur

Summary of Goals and Objectives of the Workshop Teams
09:50 AM – Improving Translation of Informal Language, Dmitriy Genzel
10:20 AM – Discussion and Questions
10:30 AM – Distant supervision for representation learning in speech and handwriting, Jan Chorowski
11:00 AM – Discussion and Questions
11:10 AM – Break
11:20 AM – Neural Polysynthetic Language Modeling: Leveraging Related Low-Resource Languages and Rule-Based Resources, Lane Schwartz
11:50 AM – Discussion and Questions
12:00 PM – Lunch on your own
01:30 PM – Speaker Detection in Adverse Scenarios with a Single Microphone, Paola Garcia
02:00 PM – Discussion and Questions
02:10 PM – Break
02:20 PM – Using Cooperative Ad-hoc Microphone Arrays for ASR, Maurizio Omologo
02:50 PM – Discussion and Questions
03:00 PM – JSALT 2019 Staff Introductions, Patrick Cardinal, and Najim Dehak
03:15 PM – Adjourned

06:00 PM – Picnic Dinner

Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University, Whiting School of Engineering

Center for Language and Speech Processing
Hackerman 226
3400 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218-2680

Center for Language and Speech Processing