October 6-9, 2014
USP-São Carlos, SP, Brazil
The International Conference on Computational Processing of Portuguese, former Workshop on Computational Processing of the Portuguese Language - PROPOR - is the main event in the area of Natural Language Processing that is focused on Portuguese and the theoretical and technological issues related to this specific language.
The meeting has been a very rich forum for the interchange of ideas and partnerships for the research communities dedicated to the automatic processing of the Portuguese language. PROPOR brings together research groups in the area, promoting the development of methodologies, linguistic resources and projects that may be shared among all researchers and practitioners in the field.
PROPOR, a triennial or biennial event, is hosted in Brazil and in Portugal. The meetings have been held in Lisbon, PT (1993); Curitiba, BR (1996); Porto Alegre, BR (1998); Évora, PT (1999); Atibaia, BR (2000); Faro, PT (2003); Itatiaia, BR (2006) ; Aveiro, PT (2008) and Porto Alegre, BR (2010) and Coimbra, PT (2012).
Dr Advaith Siddharthan (University of Aberdeen)
Dr Andreas Stolcke (Microsoft Research)
Dr Michael Riley (Google Inc.)
- Springer online proceedings (for the main event) are available here.
- The papers of the associated workshops are available at BDBComp (Biblioteca Digital Brasileira de Computação).