Call for speakers, Sentiment Analysis research colloquium, Nov 8
The Sentiment Analysis Symposium has added a half-day sentiment analysis research session, Tuesday November 8, 2011 in San Francisco, preceding the November 9, applications-focused symposium.
The program committee is currently looking for presentation submissions through September 23.
Both academic and industry researchers are invited to propose a talk.
Presentations should address research challenges and the techniques developed or adopted to meet those challenges. Submit via the page http://sentimentsymposium.com/research.html , which lists suggested topics in four categories:
- Sentiment components
- Sentiment and Social Networks
- Business Intelligence and Sentiment Analysis Applications
- Assessment and evaluation of approaches to sentiment analysis
Please consider the above as providing guidance only.
Proposals will be evaluated by a program committee (Seth Grimes, AltaPlana; Tom H. C. Anderson, Anderson Analytics (OdinText); Khurshid Ahmad, Trinity College, Dublin; Lipika Dey, Tata Consultancy Services; Christopher Potts, Stanford University; Sara Owsley Sood, Pomona College).
The program for the full Sentiment Analysis Symposium is available here.
Even if you are not submitting a talk I welcome you to attend this great event (Please feel free to use my discount code AA). Also on the west coast the second week of November is the Text Analytics Summit West, a great event to attend in conjunction with the Sentiment Analysis Symposium.
We look forward to receiving your proposals. Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions.