Speech and Natural Language Processing - CS60057
Fall Semester - 2015-16
Course TimingsLectures Monday - 11:30 - 12:25 (NC243) Tuesday - 9:30 - 11:25 (NC243) Thursday - 7:30 - 8:25 (NC243) [Reserved Slot] Office Hours: Friday - 5:30 - 7:00 PM (CSE - 308)
Teaching AssistantsMayank Singh - email@example.com Koustav Rudra - firstname.lastname@example.org Paheli Bhattacharya - email@example.com Sruthi M - firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecture SlidesThe lecture slides of the course are uploaded on moodle (every Tuesday). Go to CSE Webpage and you can see a link for accessing moodle. Follow the instructions on the page. You will need to self-enrol for the course "Speech and Natural Language Processing (CS60057)".
AnnouncementsOctober 27th: SNLP Project final presentation will be on November 15th (Sunday). Details will be mailed soon.
September 29th: The next set of Lectures by Dr. Monojit Choudhury will be on October 12-14, 5:30 - 7:00 PM. Venue will be as follows:
October 12-13th : V-1 (Vikramshila Complex)
October 14th: F-127 (Main Building)
September 29th: SNLP Project Mid-Term progress report is to be submitted by October 3rd, Midnight. The submission has to be made via Moodle.
August 6th: Next NLP lecture will be on August 17th.
August 4th: Flipkart has announced a grant of $1K for the course projects, which will be awarded to the top 3 projects after the final evaluation.
Dr. Monojit Choudhury will be giving the first set of lectures on August 19th and August 20th (Wed-Thu) from 5:30 - 7:30 PM. The venue will be F-127, just opposite to the central library.
The course will start from July 20th in Nalanda Complex - 243.
The course will also feature lectures concerning "Working with the Social Media Data" and "Opinion, Sentiments and User Behavior", to be delivered by Dr. Monojit Choudhury, Microsoft Research.
Course ContentsMajor Components of the Course include:
SNLP ProjectsResults are out, Top 3 teams: OCR++ An Open-Source Framework For Extracting Information From Scholarly Articles, Sidhartha Satapathy and Team
Characterization and Analysis of Non-Situational Microblogs during Disasters, Ankesh anand and Team
Studying and Analysing the Evolution of a User’s Answering Style Over a Period of Time on Quora and Developing Models to Predict it, Vatsalya Chauhan and Team