One of the most important reasons behind creating this new series of ICNLSP is to present a high level of scientific content, similar to the level of well-known international events as: INTERSPEECH, ICASSP, EMNLP, NAACl, ACL, EAMT, COLING, etc.

Valuable keynotes on Speech Recognition and Speech Translation have been presented during ICNLSP 2015 by eminent researchers: Dr. Stephan Vogel , research director from QCRI and Jean-Paul Haton, professor emeritus from Lorraine University. Very good papers have been presented by participants as well. For more information, visit the link:

The papers were submitted from many countries like: Algeria, USA, Canada, France, Germany, Egypt, Ethiopia, Malaysia, Morocco, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, India and Tunisia.


– Speech Translation; from Research to Applications,  Stephan Vogel, QCRI, Qatar
– Present and Future of Automatic Speech Recognition, Jean-Paul Haton, Lorraine University, France.


-Multi-Dialectical Languages Effect on Speech Recognition Mohamed Elfeky, Pedro Moreno and Victor Soto
-Prosody-based Spoken Algerian Arabic Dialect Identification
-The timing of geminate consonants in Tarifit Berber
-An Extensible Schema for Building Large Weakly-Labeled Semantic Corpora S. Matthew English
-Adding new words into a language model using parameters of known words with similar behavior
-Textual Data Selection for Language Modelling in the Scope of Automatic Speech Recognition
-Detection of sentence modality on French automatic speech-to-text transcriptions
-Automatic Speech Recognition Errors Detection and Correction : A Review
-Measurement of Tremor in the Voices of Speakers with Parkinson’s Disease
-Encryption of speech signal with multiple secret keys
-Automatic Speech Recognition for VoIP with Packet Loss Concealment