10:00 - 11:10 Poster Session + Coffee Break

All participants of the tasks presented on Thursday, December 13th (IronITA, ABSITA, AMI, NLP4FUN, and SUGAR) are invited to present their systems.
Location: Sala Multifunzione 1

  1. Andrea Cimino, Lorenzo De Mattei and Felice Dell'Orletta. Multi-task Learning in Deep Neural Networks at EVALITA 2018
  2. Pierpaolo Basile, Valerio Basile, Danilo Croce and Marco Polignano. Overview of the EVALITA 2018 Aspect-based Sentiment Analysis task (ABSITA)
  3. Rodolfo Delmonte. ItVENSES - A Symbolic System for Aspect-Based Sentiment Analysis
  4. Emanuele Di Rosa and Alberto Durante. Aspect-based Sentiment Analysis: X2Check at ABSITA 2018
  5. Giancarlo Nicola. Bidirectional Attentional LSTM for Aspect Based Sentiment Analysis on Italian
  6. Mauro Bennici and Xileny Seijas Portocarrero. Ensemble of LSTMs for EVALITA 2018 Aspect-based Sentiment Analysis task (ABSITA)
  7. Alessandra Teresa Cignarella, Simona Frenda, Valerio Basile, Cristina Bosco, Viviana Patti and Paolo Rosso. Overview of the EVALITA 2018 Task on Irony Detection in Italian Tweets (IronITA)
  8. Andrea Santilli, Danilo Croce and Roberto Basili. A Kernel-based Approach for Irony and Sarcasm detection in Italian
  9. Pierpaolo Basile and Giovanni Semeraro. UNIBA - Integrating distributional semantics features in a supervised approach for detecting irony in Italian tweets
  10. Emanuele Di Rosa and Alberto Durante. Irony detection in tweets: X2Check at Ironita 2018
  11. Valentino Giudice. Aspie96 at IronITA (EVALITA 2018): Irony Detection in Italian Tweets with Character-Level Convolutional RNN
  12. Reynier Ortega-Bueno and José Medina Pagola. UO_IRO: Linguistic informed deep-learning model for irony detection
  13. Elisabetta Fersini, Debora Nozza and Paolo Rosso. Overview of the Evalita 2018 Task on Automatic Misogyny Identification (AMI)
  14. Elena Shushkevich and John Cardiff. Misogyny Detection and Classification in English Tweets: The Experience of the ITT Team
  15. Simona Frenda, Bilal Ghanem, Estefanı́a Guzmán-Falcón, Manuel Montes-y-Gómez and Luis Villaseñor-Pineda. Automatic Expansion of Lexicons for Multilingual Misogyny Detection
  16. Resham Ahluwalia, Himani Soni, Edward Callow, Anderson Nascimento and Martine De Cock. Detecting Hate Speech Against Women in English Tweets
  17. Endang Wahyu Pamungkas, Alessandra Teresa Cignarella, Valerio Basile and Viviana Patti. Automatic Identification of Misogyny in English and Italian Tweets at EVALITA 2018 with a Multilingual Hate Lexicon
  18. Angelo Basile and Chiara Rubagotti. CrotoneMilano for AMI at Evalita2018. A performant, cross-lingual misogyny detection system.
  19. Amir Bakarov. Vector Space Models for Automatic Misogyny Identification
  20. Davide Buscaldi. Tweetaneuse @ AMI EVALITA2018: Character-based Models for the Automatic Misogyny Identification Task
  21. Pierpaolo Basile, Marco de Gemmis, Lucia Siciliani and Giovanni Semeraro. Overview of the EVALITA 2018 Solving language games (NLP4FUN) Task
  22. Federico Sangati, Johanna Monti and Antonio Pascucci. Exploiting Multiword Expressions to solve “La Ghigliottina”
  23. Luca Squadrone. Computer challenges guillotine: how an artificial player can solve a complex language TV game with web data analysis
  24. Maria Di Maro, Antonio Origlia and Francesco Cutugno. Overview of the EVALITA 2018 Spoken Utterances Guiding Chef’s Assistant Robots (SUGAR) Task
  25. Simone Magnolini, Vevake Balaraman, Marco Guerini and Bernardo Magnini. The Perfect Recipe: Add SUGAR, Add Data