Because of Zika virus concerns, the IEEE SLT 2016 Workshop on Spoken Language Technology will not be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, but now in San Diego, California.
Please watch your email and our website, http://slt2016.org/, for important details soon.
The results of the review process have been sent by email to all authors.
View the list of accepted papers.
IEEE Spoken Language Technology (SLT) Workshop series try to promote the progress made on the different field of the spoken language technologies and their impact in the human life. The SLT 2016 will be held at San Juan in Puerto Rico (US territory) on December 13-16. San Juan is an island in the Atlantic Ocean and presents an amazing location in terms of access and tourism.
The theme for SLT 2016 will be “Machine learning from signal to concepts”. The SLT 2016 workshop will be partnering with National Institute of Standards Technology workshops on speaker and language recognition that will happen just before the SLT 2016 workshop.
The deadline for submitting papers is Friday, 22 July 2016 at 23h59 (EST). After this date, no new submissions will be accepted. However, authors may make minor revisions to submitted papers until Monday, 25 July 2016 at 23h59 (EST), as long as the title and author list remain unchanged. If the paper title and/or author list on an uploaded PDF file does not match the title and/or author list entered through the submission website, SLT 2016 reserves the right to reject the submission prior to peer review.