Intelligent Language Processing 

Trends and Applications

Track Chairs

  Prof. Khaled Shaalan  &    Dr. Mohammed Kayed 

Faculty of Computer and Information, Cairo university, Egypt  &  Faculty of Science, Beni-Suef university, Egypt 


New trends of intelligent language processing systems are emerging, such as big data analysis, social network analysis, Internet of things, smart services, mobile computing, computer games, to name a few. Applications of these trends have been applied to various domains including education, travel and tourism, healthcare, among others. Many issues encountered during the development of these applications are resolved by incorporating language technology solutions, which involves speech processing, text extraction and retrieval, and deep learning, which are currently attractive topics within computational linguistics research areas.

The purpose of the “Intelligent Language Processing: Trends and application” track is to bring scientists, researcher scholars, practitioners, and students from academia and industry to present recent and ongoing research activities about the recent advances, techniques, and applications of intelligent language Processing systems and to allow the exchange of new ideas and application experiences face to face.

All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceeding which will be published by Springer (Approved) in the series of “Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing” and abstracted/indexed in DBLP, Google Scholar, EI-Compendex, Mathematical Reviews, SCImago, Scopus. CCIS volumes are also submitted for the inclusion in ISI Proceedings.


The following is a non-exhaustive list of topics covered by the track

  • Pragmatics, Discourse, Semantics, Syntax, and the Lexicon
  • Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology
  • Speech Recognition
  • Speech Synthesis
  • Natural Language Generation
  • Ontologies, Semantic Networks, and Lexical Resources
  • Corpus Linguistics
  • Anaphora Resolution
  • Word Sense Disambiguation
  • Corpus-based Language Modeling
  • Machine Translation and Translation Aids
  • Text and Speech Interfaces
  • Dialogue systems
  • Language Learning and Therapy
  • Knowledge Acquisition and Representation
  • Information Extraction
  • Information Retrieval
  • Question Answering
  • Text Summarization
  • Text and Speech Classification
  • Systems Evaluation

International Program Committee 

Abdelaziz Abdelhamid, Ain Shams University, Egypt
Abdelfettah Hamdani, V University, Morocco
Abdelhak Lekhouaja Mohammed, First University,  Morocco
Abdelmonaime lachkar, ENSA USMBA, Morocco
Abdelrahman Ahmed, University of Sevilla, Spain
Ahmad Abd-alaziz, The British University in Egypt
Ahmed Anter,  Benisuef University, Egypt
Ahmed Guessoum,   Houari Boumediene University, Algeria
Ahmad Hossny,  University of Adelaide, Australia
Ahmed Nabhan, Fayoum University, Egypt
Ahmed Sharf ElDin,  Helwan University, Egypt
Aladdin Ayesh, De Montfort University, UK
Almoataz B. Al-Said,  Cairo University, Egypt
Amany Elshazli,  Helwan university, Egypt
Amir Atiya, Cairo University, Egypt
Aya Al-Zoghby, Mansoura University, Egypt
Azza Abdel Monem,  Ain Shams University, Egypt
Azzeddine Mazroui Mohammed, First University,  Morocco
Azzedine Lazrek Cadi Ayyad University, Marrakech, Morocco
Doaa Samy, Cairo University
Farid Meziane,  University of Salford, UK
Faten Khalfallah, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management, Tunisia
Hanaa Bayomi,   Cairo University, Egypt
Hanady Ahmed, Qatar University, Qatar
Hitham M. Abo Bakr, Zagazig University, Egypt
Ibrahim Bounhas,  La Manouba University, Tunisia
Ibrahim Moawad,  Ain Shams Univerisity, Egypt
Imed Zitouni,  Mircosoft, USA
Ines Boujelben, Miracl-Sfax University, Tunisia
Ismaïl Biskri,  Université du Québec à Trois  Rivières, Canda
Kais Haddar,  University of Sfax, Tunisia
Karim Bouzoubaa,  Mohammed V University, Morocco
Kevin Daimi, University of Detroit Mercy, USA
Lahsen Abouenour,   Mohammed V University, Morocco
Mai Oudah,  Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, UAE
Majdi Sawalha,   The University of Jordan, Jordan
Mervat Gheith,  Cairo University, Egypt
Mohamed Abd Elfattah, Mansoura University, Egypt
Mohamed Dahab,  King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Mohamed El Hannach,  University of Fez, Morocco
Mohammad Abushariah, The University of Jordan
Mohammed Attia,  Dublin University, Ireland
Mohammed Kayed, Beni-Suef University, Egypt
Mohsen Rashwan,  Cairo University, Egypt
Mostafa Al-Emran,  Al Buraimi University College, Oman
Mostafa Aref,  Ain Shams University, Egypt
Mostafa Ezzat,  Cairo University, Egypt
Mostafa Saleh, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Muhammad Shoaib,  The British University in Dubai, UAE
Mustafa Abdul Salam,  Modern Academy for Science and Technology, Egypt
Mustafa Jarrar,  Birzeit University, Palestine
Nadim Obeid,  The University of Jordan
Nagwa Badr,  Ain Shams University, Egypt
Neamat El Gayar,  Cairo University, Egypt
Osama Emam,  IBM, Egypt
Omnia El-Barbary,   Shaqraa University, Saudi Arabia
Paolo Rosso,   Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Rana Aref, Cairo University, Egypt
Rania Al-Sabbagh,   Ain shams university, Egypt
Rasha Aboul-Yazeed,   Faculty of Engineering, Egypt
Salwa Hamada, Taibah University, Saudi Arabic
Sameh Alansary,   Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt
Samir AbdelRahman,  Cairo University, Egypt
Sanjeera Siddiqui,  The British University in Dubai, UAE
Santosh K. Ray,  Khawarizmi International College, UAE
Sattar Izwaini,  American University of Sharjah, UAE
Seham Elkareh, Alexandria university, Egypt
Sherief Abdallah,  The British University in Dubai, UAE
Sherif Mahdy Abdou,  Cairo University, Egypt
Sherif Khattab,   Cairo University, Egypt
Sinan Al Shikh,   University of Salford, UK
Slim Mesfar,   RIADI, University of Manouba, Tunisia
Tarek Elghazaly, Cairo University, Egypt
Yassine Benajiba,   Symanto Research, USA
Violetta Cavalli-Sforza,  Al Akhawayn University, Morocco
Wajdi Zaghouani,  CMU, Qatar
Yasser Hifny,  Helwan University, Egypt
Yousfi Abdellah, Mohamed V University, Morocco
Sardaar Jaf, Durham University, UK
Zeinab Ibrahim,  CMU, Qatar
Publication and Paper Submission 
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All accepted papers will be presented at the conference and included in the published proceedings by Springer.

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