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  • Author registration extension: Register before November 3rd and join the workshop in person to make SLT2022 success!
  • SLT 2022 registration is now open!
  • This year SLT will feature invited talks/keynotes, paper presentations, panel discussion, special sessions and an exciting two-day speech hackathon with a focus on “the languages of the world”.
  • Keeping the tradition, all the papers will be presented as posters.

SLT 2022

The 2022 IEEE Spoken Language Technology Workshop (SLT 2022) will be held on 9th - 12th January 2023 at Doha, Qatar. SLT 2022 will be the first speech conference to have visited the Middle East and the first speech conference to be held in an Arabic speaking nation. The SLT Workshop is a flagship event of IEEE Speech and Language Processing Technical Committee. The workshop is held every two years and has a tradition of bringing together researchers from academia and industry in an intimate and collegial setting to discuss problems of common interest in automatic speech recognition and understanding.

Important Dates

October 2021 Announcement of call for special events
November 2021 Special program proposals
January 2022 Special program announcement
July 15, 2022 Paper submission
July 23, 2022 Paper update
August 26-31, 2022 Rebuttal period
September 30, 2022 Paper notification
September 2022 Demonstration / Toolkit proposal due
October 2022 Demonstration / Toolkit notification
October 2022 Registration opens
October 14, 2022 Camera-ready deadline
January 8-9, 2023 Speech Hackathon
January 9-12, 2023 SLT Workshop
January 13, 2023 Technologies for the spoken languages of the world

SLT2022 will feature

Speech Hackathon

Speech research to application hackathon' that will provide a hands-on element for students and young professionals.

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Technologies for the spoken languages of the world

With a focus on “Languages of the world’, this SLT workshop will feature a half-day meeting to build and grow speech and language communities around the world. Some of the languages we will be discussing include: South African, Arabic and Indic Languages. We will discuss the creation of a Multi Genre Code Switching Benchmark and public corpora that can be released to the broader community.

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Program

The workshop program will keep the successful format of previous SLTs and will feature invited talks/keynotes, regular papers and special sessions. All papers will be presented as posters. A full social program will provide ample opportunities for discussion, including welcome reception, banquet, lunches, etc.

Topics

  • Automatic speech recognition
  • Spoken language understanding
  • Speech-to-text systems
  • Spoken dialog systems
  • Multilingual language processing
  • Robustness in automatic speech recognition
  • Spoken document retrieval
  • Speech-to-speech translation
  • Text-to-speech systems
  • Spontaneous speech processing
  • Speech summarization
  • New applications of automatic speech recognition
  • Speaker and language recognition
  • End-to-end/joint training of speech enhancement and recognition

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