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Erik Cambria <[log in to unmask]>
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Erik Cambria <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 23 Feb 2021 07:22:46 +0000
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Dear Colleagues

You are cordially invited to attend Singapore Symposium on Sentiment Analysis (S3A), a biennial event running since 2013 that provides a national forum for Singapore-based researchers working in the field of sentiment analysis and related topics to share information on their latest investigations and their applications both in academic research areas and industrial sectors.

This year, the symposium will be virtual and will take place on 2nd March. The format of the event consists of consecutive 10-min live presentations followed by 5-min Q&A sessions. The event will be kicked off at 2.30pm (Singapore time) with an invited talk by Prof Fabrizio Sebastiani, sentiment analysis pioneer and guru. More details about the event can be found in the attached flyer.


Erik Cambria
Associate Professor
Provost Chair in CSE

SCSE N4-02a-27
Nanyang Technological University
50 Nanyang Ave, Singapore 639798

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