The first day of CICLing 2018 on 19/3/2018 at USTH

The first sight in the morning where the conference starts:

Then participants went happily into the conference:

Opening speech from Prof. Jean-Marc Ogier, President of University of La Rochelle, France:

Presentation from the first keynote speaker:

Participants in the conference hall:

Visit of a delegation from La Rochelle University on 15/3/2018

Today ICTLab welcomes the visit of a delegation from University of La Rochelle as the main partner of ICTLab. We also had an enjoyable and memorable dinner together

Welcome to CICLING 2018 international conference at USTH from 19-24/3/2018

ICLing 2018 ( 19th International Conference on Computational Linguistics and Intelligent Text Processing) is hosted by the ICT department of USTH and organized by the CICLing 2018 Organizing Committee in collaboration with the France-Vietnam ICTLab, ICT department of University of Science and Technology of Hanoi (USTH), Vietnamese Academy of Science and Technology (VAST), University of La Rochelle France (ULR), Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD), the Natural Language and Text Processing Laboratory of the CIC, IPN, and the Mexican Society of Artificial Intelligence (SMIA).

The conference is intended to encourage exchange of opinions between the scientists working in different areas of the growing field of computational linguistics and intelligent text and speech processing.

Time: 18/3/2018-24/3/2018
Location: USTH auditorium, 9th floor, A21 Building, 18 Hoang Quoc Viet, Cau Giay, Hanoi

New year celebration at ICTLab – USTH 22/2/2018

To celebrate new lunar year 2018, ICTLab team shared a nice and enjoyable lunch together.

Seminar January 18, 2018 @ ICTLab of USTH

Topic 1:Structural and algorithmic aspects of lattices in Formal Concept Analysis (FCA)
Speaker: Karell Bertet, Laboratory L3i, La Rochelle University, France
Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Abstract: Since the 2000s, the emergence of formal concept analysis (FCA) in various areas of computing, as in data mining and knowledge representation for databases and ontologies, has highlighted the structures of concept lattice and closed set lattice. The emergence of the lattice structure can be explained both by the growing share of computer science in most disciplines, leading to increasing production data, but also by the increasing power of computers. This seminar aims to present the basic concepts of lattice theory and FCA, and key generation algorithms. Some examples of applications in classification and knowledge representation will also be presented.