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Attending IJCNLP 2017, Taipei, Taiwan

News Conferences Published November 27, 2017

Jinseon, Jin-Woo, and Prof. Park attended the 8th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (IJCNLP 2017) held in Taipei, Taiwan, on November 27밆ecember 1, 2017. Jinseon gave an oral presentation for the long paper titled "Extraction of Gene-Environment Interaction from the Biomedical Literature".


 

Jin-Woo won the NAVER PhD fellowship award

News Etc Published September 30, 2017

Jin-Woo won the NAVER PhD fellowship award given by NAVER Corporation. Congratulation!

NAVER PhD fellowship award is given to PhD students in computer science혻who have published top-tier conference papers and journal articles.혻Jin-Woo has done work on spatial information extraction from text and presented research results to IJCAI this year.



A paper accepted at IJCNLP 2017

News Publications Published September 01, 2017

Our paper "Extraction of Gene-Environment Interaction from the Biomedical Literature" (authored by Jinseon You, Jin-Woo Chung, Wonsuk Yang, and Prof. Park) has been accepted as a long paper at the 8th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (IJCNLP 2017).


 

Attending IJCAI-17, Melbourne, Australia

News Conferences Published August 19, 2017

Jin-Woo, Wonsuk, and Prof. Park attended the 26th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-17) held in Melbourne, Australia on August 19-25, 2017. Jin-Woo gave an oral presentation for the main track paper titled "Inferring Implicit Event Locations from Context with Distributional Similarities".


 

Fitsum is joining our lab

News Etc Published July 08, 2017

Fitsum Gaim will start his PhD program in School of Computing and join our lab this Fall. He will receive his master's degree in Global Information & Telecommunication Technology Program (ITTP) at KAIST. Welcome!


 

Wonsuk will start his PhD program

News Etc Published July 08, 2017

Wonsuk will start his PhD program this Fall. Congratulations!



A paper accepted at IJCAI 2017

News Publications Published April 24, 2017

Our paper "Inferring non-stated event locations from context using distributional similarities" (authored by Jin-Woo Chung, Wonsuk Yang, Jinseon You, and Prof. Park) has been accepted as a main track paper at the 26th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI 2017).


 

Two new students joined our lab

News Etc Published April 01, 2017

Hoyun and Huije joined our lab for the master's course starting this semester. Welcome!


 

The 12th Korea-Singapore Joint Workshop on Bioinformatics and Natural Language Processing

News Seminars Published September 22, 2016

The 12th Korea-Singapore Joint Workshop on Bioinformatics and Natural Language Processing was held in KAIST and Gyeryongsan Natural History Museum, Daejeon, Korea on Sept. 22-23, 2016. We had five invited presentations given by Prof. Limsoon Wong (NUS, Singapore), Prof. Kwang-Hyun Cho (KAIST, Korea), Dr. See-Kiong Ng (I2R, Singapore), Dr. Jie Zheng (NTU, Singapore), and Dr. Wei Lu (SUTD, Singapore).


 

Attending Interspeech 2016, California, USA

News Conferences Published September 08, 2016

Jung-Ho and Najoung attended Interspeech 2016 held in California on Sept. 8-12, 2016.


 

Attending ECCB 2016, Hague, Netherlands

News Conferences Published September 04, 2016

Jin-Woo and Prof. Park attended the 15th European Conference on Computational Biology (ECCB 2016) held in Hague on Sept. 4-7, 2016.


 

Attending ACL 2016, Berlin, Germany

News Conferences Published August 08, 2016

Hancheol, Jinseon, Jimin, and Wonsuk attended the 54th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2016) held in Berlin on Aug. 8-11, 2016.


 

Invited talk by Prof. Park at the STP seminar on welfare technology

News Seminars Published July 04, 2016

Prof. Park gave an invited talk titled "Automatic Sign Language Generation" in the welfare technology seminar hosted by Graduate School of Science and Technology Policy at KAIST (KAIST STP) on July 4, 2016.


 

Attending KCC 2016, Jeju

News Conferences Published June 29, 2016

Jimin, Hancheol, and Jin-Woo attended the Korea Computer Congress 2016 held in Jeju Internatioanl Convention Center on June 29 - July 1, 2016. Hancheol gave an oral presentation for the paper titled "Addressing Low-Resource Problems in Statistical Machine Translation of Sign Language" and won the best paper award. Jimin gave a poster presentation for the paper titled "Classification of Relations between Biological Entities using Word Vectors".


 

A paper accepted at Interspeech 2016

News Publications Published June 25, 2016

Our paper "Prosodic and Linguistic Analysis of Semantic Fluency Data: A Window into Speech Production and Cognition" has been accepted for oral presentation at Interspeech 2016 (author: Maria Wolters, Najoung Kim, Jung-Ho Kim, Sarah E. MacPherson, and Jong C. Park).



Invited talk by Prof. Park at the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

News Seminars Published May 27, 2016

Prof. Park gave an invited talk titled "Language processing through the collaboration with field experts" at the 2016 Spring conference of the Language Research Institute of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies on May 27, 2016.


 

The 3rd Korea-Europe Workshop on Biomedical Informatics and Natural Language Processing

News Seminars Published February 17, 2016

The 3rd Korea-Europe Workshop on Biomedical Informatics and Natural Language Processing was held in KAIST and Hotel DongHak SanJang on February 16-18, 2016. We had two invited presentations given by Dr. Sarah MacPherson and Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh.


 

Attending HCI Korea 2016, High1 Resort, Gangwon

News Conferences Published January 27, 2016

We attended the HCI Korea 2016 conference held in High1 Resort, Gangwon on Jan. 27-29, 2016. Najoung gave an oral presentation for the paper titled "A Morphological Approach to the Longitudinal Detection of Dementia".


 

Attending the KIISE Winter Conference 2015, Phoenix Park, Gangwon

News Conferences Published December 18, 2015

Jinseon attended the KIISE winter Conference (븳援젙蹂닿낵븰쉶 룞怨꾪븰닠諛쒗몴쉶) held at Phoenix Park, on December 17-19, 2015. Jinseon gave a poster presentation for the paper titled "Biomedical Event Extraction and Management in Big-scale Biomedical Literature"


 

A paper accepted at the HCI 2016 Conference Korea

News Publications Published November 30, 2015

Our paper "A Morphological Approach to the Longitudinal Detection of Dementia" (author: Najoung Kim and Jong C. Park) has been accepted at the HCI 2016 Conference Korea (HCI 2016).



Attending PACLIC 2015, Shanghai, China

News Conferences Published October 29, 2015

Jin-Woo, Jinseon, and Prof. Park attended the 29th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computing (PACLIC 29) held in Changhai on Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2015. Jin-Woo gave an oral presentation for the paper titled "Corpus annotation with a linguistic analysis of the associations between event mentions and spatial expressions".


 

A paper accepted at PACLIC 29

News Publications Published September 13, 2015

Our paper "Corpus annotation with a linguistic analysis of the associations between event mentions and spatial expressions" (author: Jin-Woo Chung, Jinseon You, and Jong C. Park) has been accepted at the 29th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computing (PACLIC 29).



Attending ACL-IJCNLP 2015, Beijing, China

News Conferences Published July 27, 2015

Dr. Jin, Jinseon, and Prof. Park attended the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics and the 7th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (ACL-IJCNLP 2015) held in Beijing on July 27-30, 2015. Dr. Jin gave an oral presentation for the paper titled "CoMAGD: Annotation of Gene-Depression Relations" at the BioNLP 2015 workshop.


 

Umang did his internship from our lab.

News Etc Published July 24, 2015

Umang Sehgal did his internship from our lab and performed all his duties conscientiously. We wish him the best of luck in his future career.


 

Attending KCC 2015, Jeju island

News Conferences Published June 29, 2015

Jinseon, Jin-Woo, and Dr. Jin attended the Korea Computer Congress (KCC) 2015 held in Jeju on June 24-26, 2015. Jinseon gave an oral presentation for the paper titled "Identification of Depression-Gene Associations from Biomedical Literature".


 

Our paper has been accepted at the ACL 2015 Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing (BioNLP 2015).

News Publications Published June 04, 2015

Our paper "CoMAGD: Annotation of Gene-Depression Relations" (author: Rize Jin, Jinseon You, Jin-Woo Chung, Hee-Jin Lee, Maria Wolters, and Jong C. Park) has been accepted at the ACL 2015 Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing (BioNLP 2015).



2015 NLP*CL Homecomming Day

News Etc Published May 30, 2015

吏궃 5썡 30씪 넗슂씪뿉 뿰援ъ떎 솃而ㅻ컢뜲씠 뻾궗媛 엳뿀뒿땲떎. 援먯닔떂怨 議몄뾽깮 꽑諛곕떂뱾 諛 옱븰깮 遺꾨뱾씠 븳 옄由ъ뿉 紐⑥뿬꽌 쑀씡븳 떆媛꾩쓣 媛議뚯뒿땲떎.


 

Our paper has been accepted at the Korea Computer Congress 2015 (KCC 2015)

News Publications Published May 29, 2015

Our paper "Identification of Depression-Gene Associations from Biomedical Literature" (author: Jinseon You, Rize Jin, Hee-Jin Lee, and Jong C. Park) has been accepted at the Korea Computer Congress 2015 (KCC 2015).



Meeting with Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh

News Etc Published April 24, 2015

Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh visited KAIST on 24th April, 2015. We had a discussion about scoring methods for the category fluency test.


 

Two new students joined our lab

News Etc Published March 24, 2015

Sungyup and Jimin joined our lab for the master's course starting this semester. Welcome!


 

The 2nd Korea-Europe Workshop on Biomedical Informatics and Natural Language Processing

News Conferences Published February 27, 2015

The 2nd Korea-Europe Workshop on Biomedical Informatics and Natural Language Processing was held in the KI building, KAIST on February 27, 2015. We had two invited presentations given by Dr. Sarah MacPherson and Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh, and two technical presentations given by Dr. Hee-Jin Lee from KAIST and Dr. Cheol Han from the Korea University. We also had work-in-progress presentations given by four students from our group and the CGV group.


 

Dr. Rize Jin joined as a post-doctoral researcher

News Etc Published February 25, 2015

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Rize Jin joined our lab as a post-doctoral researcher. Please welcome Dr. Rize Jin.


 

OncoSearch on the KAISTAR Webzine - one of the top 10 research results of KAIST in 2014

News Etc Published December 29, 2014

Our system OncoSearch was introduced as one of the top 10 research results of KAIST this year in the 2014 December issue of the KAISTAR webzine. (link: http://kaistar.e-eyagi.com/sub02/articles/view/tableid/board9/id/4750)


 

Attending the KIISE Winter Conference 2014, Phoenix Park, Gangwon

News Conferences Published December 18, 2014

Jung-Ho, Jinseon, and Jin-Woo attended the KIISE winter Conference (븳援젙蹂닿낵븰쉶 룞怨꾪븰닠諛쒗몴쉶) held at Phoenix Park, on December 18-20, 2014. Jung-Ho gave a poster presentation for the paper titled "Construction of a Korean-to-KSL Parallel Corpus by Effective Motion Capture of Hand Shapes".


 

Pre-Christmas party with CS579 and CS790 students

News Etc Published December 17, 2014

We had a pre-Christmas party with CS579 and CS790 students on December 17th, 2014.


 

OncoSearch in the KAIST newspaper

News Etc Published December 13, 2014

Our research was introduced in the 400th issue of the KAIST newspaper as one of the most outstanding research results of KAIST this year.

Title: 2014뀈, KAIST瑜 鍮쏅궦 뿰援ъ꽦怨쇰 냼媛쒗빀땲떎
Link: http://times.kaist.ac.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=2992


 

Attending PACLIC 2014, Phuket, Thailand

News Conferences Published December 12, 2014

Jung-Ho, Jinseon, and Prof. Park attended the 28th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computing (PACLIC28) held in Phuket, Thailand on December 12-14, 2014.


 

Meeting with Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh

News Seminars Published December 07, 2014

Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh visited KAIST on 7th December, 2014 and stayed in our laboratory for 3 days. We had several discussions about new, refined analyses that have been conducted on Korean and UK CFT data, including a data collection method and integration of CFT work with existing work of our group.


 

븳援뿰援ъ옱떒 룄빟뿰援ъ썝궗뾽 뿰援 怨쇱젣 꽑젙

News Projects Published November 19, 2014

슦由 뿰援ъ떎뿉꽌 吏썝븳 뿰援 怨쇱젣媛 븳援뿰援ъ옱떒 룄빟뿰援ъ썝궗뾽뿉 꽑젙릺뿀뒿땲떎.

怨쇱젣紐: 蹂듭옟 吏덊솚쓣 쐞븳 슜웾 뀓뒪듃 留덉씠떇 湲곕컲 쑀쟾옄 꽕듃썙겕 옄룞 異붾줎 떆뒪뀥
湲곌컙: 2014뀈 11썡 ~ 2016뀈 10썡 (2뀈)



Jung-Ho won the best paper award at HCLT 2014.

News Publications Published October 20, 2014

Jung-Ho won the best paper award for the paper titled "An Effective Construction of a Korean-to-KSL Parallel Corpus" at the 26th Annual Conference on Human and Cognitive Language Technology (HCLT 2014).


 

A new student joined our lab.

News Etc Published September 30, 2014

Jinseon joined our lab for the master's course starting this semester.


 

Jin-Woo won the best TA award.

News Etc Published September 15, 2014

Jin-Woo won the Best TA award for his teaching assistant activities in CS372 (Natural Language Processing with Python; Spring semester, 2014).


 

븳援뿰援ъ옱떒 쎒吏꾩쓽 '4씤4깋' 肄붾꼫뿉 슦由 뿰援ъ떎 냼媛

News Etc Published September 12, 2014

슦닔뿰援ъ꽦怨쇰 넻빐 뿰援ъ옄뱾쓽 뿰援 솢룞쓣 냼媛쒗븯뒗 븳援뿰援ъ옱떒 쎒吏꾩쓽 '4씤4깋' 肄붾꼫뿉 슦由 뿰援ъ떎씠 냼媛쒕릺뿀뒿땲떎.
留곹겕: http://webzine.nrf.re.kr/nrf_1408/know/know_2_4.php


 

Attending COLING 2014, Dublin, Ireland

News Conferences Published August 24, 2014

Jung-Ho, Jinsun, Jin-Woo and Prof. Park attended the 25th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2014) held in Dublin, Ireland on August 24-29, 2014.


 

援由쎌븫꽱꽣 '븫뿰援щ룞뼢' 쎒吏꾩뿉 OncoSearch 냼媛

News Projects Published July 29, 2014

슦由 뿰援ъ떎뿉꽌 諛쒗몴븳 OncoSearch媛 援由쎌븫꽱꽣뿉꽌 諛쒓컙븯뒗 쎒吏 쒖븫뿰援щ룞뼢: 援由쎌븫꽱꽣媛 젣怨듯븯뒗 援궡쇅 理쒖떊 븫뿰援ъ젙蹂닳앹쓽 2014뀈룄 7썡샇뿉 援궡 슦닔 뿰援ъ꽦怨쇰줈 냼媛쒕릺뿀뒿땲떎. (쎒궗씠듃 留곹겕)


 

OncoSearch on the magazine

News Publications Published July 02, 2014

Our research was introduced in the June issue of Science & Creativity, a Korean monthly science magazine published by the Korea Foundation for the Advancement of Science and Creativity (KOFAC). See the article here. The full issue is available at http://www.kofac.re.kr/ebook/monthly/2014/201406.pdf.


 

OncoSearch on the news

News Etc Published May 23, 2014

Our system OncoSearch (paper: "OncoSearch: Cancer Gene Search Engine with Literature Evidence") was covered by the media in Korea on 23rd May, 2014. OncoSearch is a text mining search engine that searches Medline abstracts for sentences describing gene expression changes in cancers. The research results were published in the online version of Nucleic Acids Research, on 9th May, 2014. OncoSearch is available through http://oncosearch.biopathway.org

Sources
- Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning (誘몃옒李쎌“怨쇳븰遺): "븫愿젴 쑀쟾옄 寃깋 뿏吏 媛쒕컻"
- Health Korea News: "븫 愿젴 쑀쟾옄 鍮좊Ⅴ怨 젙솗엳 李얜뒗떎"
- Dong-A Science: "7500媛 븫 쑀쟾옄 븳踰덉뿉 珥ㅻⅤ瑜 寃깋"
- Yonhapnews: "븫 쑀쟾옄 '寃깋뿏吏' 媛쒕컻븫 뿰援 닔썡빐吏덈벏"
- Electronic Times: "븫 愿젴 쑀쟾옄 젙蹂 寃깋 湲곗닠 媛쒕컻"
- YTN: "븫 愿젴 쑀쟾옄 쟾슜 寃깋 뿏吏 媛쒕컻" (YouTube)


 

Our paper has been published in the Nucleic Acids Research (NAR)

News Publications Published May 09, 2014

Our paper "OncoSearch: Cancer Gene Search Engine with Literature Evidence" (author: Hee-Jin Lee, Tien Cuong Dang, Hyunju Lee, and Jong C. Park) was published in the Nucleic Acids Research (NAR, impact factor 8.27) on 9th May, 2014.


 

[Invited Talk] Embracing Noise in Bioinformatics (Dr. Chuan Hock Koh)

News Announcements Published March 18, 2014

Date: 2014. 3. 24. (Wed) 1:00 pm ~ 2:30 pm
Venue: Oh Sang Soo Room, Bldg. E3-1, CS Dept., KAIST
Host: Prof. Jong C. Park

Speaker: Dr. Chuan Hock Koh, Rakuten, Inc., Japan (http://www.kohchuanhock.com/)

Title: Embracing Noise in Bioinformatics

Abstract:
In the classical view of biology, noise has a negative connotation associated with it. Therefore, one would often attempt to remove 쐍oise from data using various statistical methods before any downstream analysis.

There exist two types of noise in biological data; viz., observation noise and system noise. While observation noise is caused by experimental and/or measurement errors, system noise is inherently an important part of a biological system that allows it to evolve and adapt to the ever-changing environment.

Unfortunately, distinguishing observation noise from cell variation is a daunting task, and meaningful cell variation would be inadvertently removed whenever one attempts to eliminate 쐍oise.

Therefore, the philosophy that is undertaken throughout my thesis is acknowledging that noise is inherent in biological systems, and embracing it. More specifically, by embracing noise, we mean to accept that noise is an inherent and important part of biological systems. Therefore, instead of trying to measure and remove them, we propose alternative ways to reduce and suppress them.

Short bio:
Chuan Hock is a bioinformatician by training, and currently a data scientist by profession in Rakuten Japan, the largest e짯commerce company in Japan. He received his PhD from the National University of Singapore in 2013. During the course of his PhD, he spent two years as a visiting graduate student in University of Tokyo. At the point of his PhD submission, he has eleven peer-짯reviewed journal publications in such as PNAS and Bioinformatics. In addition to biological data, he has also worked with financial, social gaming, and most recently, e짯books and e짯commerce data.

If you don셳 find him in front of a computer screen, you will probably find him doing sports. He has competed in national and international dragonboat races representing both his university and Singapore, scaled mountains, and also completed an Ironman triathlon (which, by the way, is one of the toughest triathlons on earth) that took him 15 hours.



Seung-Cheol, Gang-Jae and Prof. Park visited the School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh, UK.

News Etc Published January 27, 2014

Seung-Cheol, Gang-Jae and Prof. Park visited the University of Edinburgh on January 27th, 2014. They stayed at the School of Informatics for 7 days and had meetings with Dr. Maria Wolters and Dr. Sarah MacPherson for joint research on computational approaches to diagnosis of language impairments.


 

Pre-Christmas party with CGV lab members and CS579 and CS790 students

News Etc Published December 20, 2013

We had a pre-Christmas party with CGV lab members and CS579 and CS790 students on December 20th, 2013!


 

The Korea-Europe Workshop on Biomedical Informatics and Natural Language Processing was successfully held.

News Seminars Published December 16, 2013

The Korea-Europe Workshop on Biomedical Informatics and Natural Language Processing was successfully held on 16th December, 2013. We had three invited talks given by Dr. Goran Nenadic from the University of Manchester, UK, Dr. Fabio Rinaldi from the University of Zurich, Switzerland, and Prof. Hyunju Lee from GIST, Korea. We also had three additional presentations given by our lab members, Dr. Hye-Jin Min, Hee-Jin Lee, Seung-Cheol Baek, and Jin-Woo Chung.


 

[Invited Talk] Contextualising biomedical text mining: from facts to contradictions

News Announcements Published December 11, 2013

Date: 2013.12.16(Mon.) 15:00
Venue: Lecture Room Blue (B301), KI Bldg.
Host: Jong C. Park

Speaker:
Goran Nenadic, University of Manchester, UK

Title:
Contextualising biomedical text mining: from facts to contradictions

Abstract:
To date, progress in biomedical text mining research has primarily focused on entity recognition (locating mentions of species, genes, diseases, clinical findings, etc.) and the extraction of relationships (e.g. between genes/proteins, between diseases and genes etc.). Most of the extracted information is considered as facts and is not placed in the context that delineated the research reporting such facts. In this talk I will overview our efforts to contextualise the results of biomedical text mining by extracting the associated features that charcterise the extracted facts. These include not only negation and speculation, but also associated species, anatomical locations, diseases, aging, etc. I will present several systems and automatically extracted knowledge bases that span themes from biology, bioinformatics and clinical practice.

Speaker Bio:
Dr Goran Nenadic is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science, University of Manchester, and is a group leader in the Manchester Interdisciplinary BioCenter (MIB). Previously, he was lecturer in the School of Informatics, a post-doctoral research fellow in the same School (former Department of Computation, UMIST), a research fellow at the NLP group, University of Salford, UK, a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Mathematics, University of Belgrade and a visiting teaching assistant in Computational linguistics at the Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade. Goran has been working in the area of text mining and natural language processing since 1993. His research interests include terminology extraction, acquisition, classification and clustering (mainly in the domain of life sciences), relationship extraction, as well as interoperable architectures for text mining services and digital corpora encoding frameworks. Currently, Goran Nenadic is a principal investigator on a BBSRC project that aims at extraction of associations among various types of entities from the biological literature (bio-MITA - Mining Term Associations from Literature to Support Knowledge Discovery in Biology).


 

[Invited Talk] OntoGene & SASEBio: biomedical text mining research at UZH

News Announcements Published December 11, 2013

Date: 2013.12.16 (Mon.) 9:30
Venue: Lecture Room Blue (B301), KI Bldg.
Host: Jong C. Park

Speaker:
Fabio Rinaldi, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Title:
OntoGene & SASEBio: biomedical text mining research at UZH

Abstract:
In this talk I will describe text mining activities conducted by the OntoGene research group (www.ontogene.org) at the University of Zurich (UZH). The OntoGene group is supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation (project SASEBIO: Semi-Automated Semantic Enrichment of the Biomedical Literature) and by the Scientific Information Management group at Roche Pharmaceuticals. The SASEBio project focuses in particular on applications of text mining technologies to the process of biomedical database curation. The OntoGene text mining system is based on a scalable entity recognition component with a semi-automated organism-based disambiguation module, an in-house dependency parser, and a flexible relation mining approach. The OntoGene team has participated in several biomedical text mining challenges (BioCreative, BioNLP, CALBC), obtaining competitive results in all of them. Some of these results will be discussed in the talk. The OntoGene Document Inspector (ODIN) is an interactive tool which allows database curators to leverage upon the results of the OntoGene text mining system and use them in their curation tasks. One recent version of the system has been tested in the curation process of the Pharmacogenomics Knowledge Base (PharmGKB), and another version adapted for the Comparative Toxicogenomics Database in the context of a BioCreative challenge.

Speaker Bio:
Fabio Rinaldi is the leader of the OntoGene research group at the University of Zurich and the principal investigator of the SASEBio project. He holds an MSc in Computer Science (University of Udine, Italy) and a PhD in Computational Linguistics (University of Zurich, Switzerland). He is author or co-author of 100+ scientific publications (including 19 journal papers) dealing with topics such as Ontologies, Text Mining, Text Classification, Document and Knowledge Management, Language Resources and Terminology.



The Korea-Europe Workshop on Biomedical Informatics and Natural Language Processing

News Announcements Published December 02, 2013

The Korea-Europe Workshop on Biomedical Informatics and Natural Language Processing will be held on 16th Dec., 2013 at Lecture Room Blue (B301) in KI Building.

Invited talks:

Goran Nenadic (University of Manchester, UK)
- Contextualising biomedical text mining: from facts to contradictions

Fabio Rinaldi (University of Zurich, Switzerland)
- OntoGene & SASEBio: biomedical text mining research at UZH

Hyunju Lee (Gwanju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea)
- DNA copy number aberrations in cancer and evidence-based text mining for cancer



Invited Talk by Prof. Park at the KAIST HSS Fall Colloquium

News Seminars Published November 19, 2013

Prof. Park gave an invited talk titled "Sign Language Animation Generation" at the Fall Colloquium hosted by the Department of Human and Social Sciences, KAIST on November 19, 2013.



Attending IJCNLP 2013, Nagoya, Japan

News Conferences Published October 14, 2013

Seung-Cheol and Prof. Park attended the 6th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (IJCNLP 2013) held in Nagoya, Japan, on October 14-18, 2013. Seung-Cheol gave an oral presentation for the paper titled "Parsing Dependency Paths to Identify Event-Argument Relations" co-authored by Prof. Park. Prof. Park has served as a co-chair of the program committee of this conference.


 

5th International Symposium on Languages in Biology and Medicine (LBM 2013)

News Announcements Published August 30, 2013

The Fifth International Symposium on Languages in Biology and Medicine (LBM 2013) will be held at the University of Tokyo, Japan on December 12th and 13th. LBM is a biennial interdisciplinary forum that brings together researchers in biology, chemistry, medicine, public health and informatics to discuss and exploit cutting edge language technologies.
(Website: http://lbm2013.biopathway.org)



Attending RO-MAN 2013, Gyeongju, Korea

News Conferences Published August 27, 2013

Jin-Woo attended the 22nd IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (IEEE RO-MAN 2013, http://www.ro-man2013.org) in Gyeongju, Korea from August 26 to 29, 2013. He gave an oral presentation for a paper titled "Speaker-TTS Voice Mapping towards Natural and Characteristic Robot Storytelling". (author: Hye-Jin Min, Sang-Chae Kim, Joon-Yeob Kim, Jin-Woo Chung, and Jong C. Park)


 

Attending WIMS 2013, Madrid, Spain

News Conferences Published June 12, 2013

Jin-Woo and Prof. Park attended the 3rd International Conference on Web Intelligence, Semantics, and Mining (WIMS) held in Spain, Madrid, on June 12-14, 2013. Jin-Woo gave an oral presentation for the paper "Enhancing Readability of Web Documents by Text Augmentation for Deaf People" co-authored by Hye-Jin, Joonyeob and Prof. Park.


 

2013 NLP*CL Homecomming Day

News Etc Published June 08, 2013

吏궃 6썡 8씪 넗슂씪뿉 뿰援ъ떎 솃而ㅻ컢뜲씠 뻾궗媛 엳뿀뒿땲떎. 援먯닔떂怨 議몄뾽깮 꽑諛곕떂뱾 諛 옱븰깮 遺꾨뱾씠 븳 옄由ъ뿉 紐⑥뿬꽌 利먭굅슫 떆媛꾩쓣 媛議뚯뒿땲떎.


 

The 11th Korea-Singapore Joint Workshop on Bioinformatics and Natural Language Processing

News Announcements Published February 22, 2013

The 11th Korea-Singapore Joint Workshop on Bioinformatics and Natural Language Processing (http://ksw2013.biopathway.org) will be held in Oh Sang Soo Seminar Room at KAIST on 22nd February, 2013.

 

Chairs
Jong C. Park (KAIST, Korea)
Limsoon Wong (NUS, Singapore)

 

Venue
Date: 22nd February, 2013
Location: Oh Sang Soo Seminar Room, CS Bldg., KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea 

 

Speaker

Title

Jae Sook Cheong

(ETRI, Korea)

Tag Graph: a graph-based tagging system for files

Kwoh Chee Keong

(NTU, Singapore)

Drug-target interaction prediction by learning from local information and neighbors

Jung-jae Kim

(NTU, Singapore)

Biomedical ontology alignment for equivalence and subsumption correspondences

Wing Kin Sung

(NUS, Singapore)

Structural variation identification and its applications in decoding cancer genome

Hyunju Lee

(GIST, Korea)

Integrative approaches for DNA copy number aberrations in cancer



Attending HCI 2013, High1 Resort, Gangwon

News Conferences Published January 30, 2013

We attended the HCI 2013 Conference Korea held in High1 Resort, Gangwon on Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 2013. Yong-Jae gave an oral presentation for the paper "Blog Corpus-based Clustering Scheme for Category Fluency Test (CFT) Data Clustering" (co-authored by Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh, Hee-Jin, and Prof. Park).


 

Attending the KIISE Fall Conference 2012, Chungnam National University

News Conferences Published November 23, 2012

JoonYeob and Jin-Woo attended the KIISE Fall Conference (븳援젙蹂닿낵븰쉶 異붽퀎븰닠諛쒗몴쉶) held in Chungnam National University, on November 23-24, 2012. JoonYeob gave a poster presentation for the paper "Analyzing and Mapping Expressions of Tense for Korean-Korean Sign Language Translation" (co-authored by Jin-Woo and Prof. Park).


 

Attending PACLIC 26, Bali, Indonesia

News Conferences Published November 07, 2012

Hye-Jin and Prof. Park attended the 26th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information, and Computation (PACLIC 26) held in Bali, Indonesia, on November 7-10, 2012. Hye-Jin gave an oral presentation for the paper "Product Name Classification for Product Instance Distinction".


 

Attending HCLT 2012, Busan

News Conferences Published October 11, 2012

We attended the HCLT 2012 conference (젣24쉶 븳湲 諛 븳援뼱 젙蹂댁쿂由 븰닠쉶) held at the Korea Maritime Univ., Busan, on October 11-13, 2012. Hye-Jin gave an oral presentation for a paper titled "Automatic Speaker Identification in Fairytales towards Robot Storytelling" (濡쒕큸 룞솕 援ъ뿰쓣 쐞븳 룞솕 긽 諛쒗솕臾몄쓽 솕옄 옄룞뙆븙) co-authored by Sang-Chae and Prof. Park.


 

Attending SMBM 2012, Switzerland

News Conferences Published September 03, 2012

Seung-Choel and Prof. Park attended the 5th International Symposium on Semantic Mining in Biomedicine (SMBM) held in University of Zurich, Switzerland, on September 3-4, 2012. Seung-Choel gave an oral presentation for the paper "Use of Clue Word Annotations as the Silver-standard in Training Models for Biological Event Extraction".


 

Attending the 14th Annual Conference on Korean Sign Language, Korean Nazarene University, Cheonan

News Conferences Published August 15, 2012

Jin-Woo, Hye-Jin and Joon-Yeop attended the 14th Annual Conference on Korean Sign Language (젣14쉶 븳援닔솕븰쉶 븰닠쉶) held in Korean Nazarene University, Cheonan, on August 15th, 2012.


 

씠슜옱 援 쁺援 뿉뱺踰꾨윭 異쒖옣

News Etc Published August 14, 2012

씠슜옱 援곗씠 Maria Wolters 諛뺤궗떂怨쇱쓽 怨듬룞 뿰援щ 쐞빐 BK21쓽 吏썝쓣 諛쏆븘 8썡 14씪遺꽣 29씪源뚯 쁺援 University of Edinburgh濡 異쒖옣쓣 떎샃땲떎.


 

5th International Symposium on Semantic Mining in Biomedicine (SMBM)

News Announcements Published July 27, 2012

The 5th International Symposium on Semantic Mining in Biomedicine (SMBM) will be held at the Institute of Computational Linguistics, University of Zurich, Switzerland on 3rd-4th September, 2012.
(website: http://www.smbm.eu)


 

Meeting with Prof. Mark Steedman, Prof. Bonnie Webber, and Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh, UK

News Seminars Published July 16, 2012

Prof. Mark Steedman, Prof. Bonnie Webber and Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh visited KAIST on July 16, 2012. Prof. Webber gave a Global lecture titled "Discourse in Language Technology" for CS students on July 17 and 19. Prof. Steedman and Dr. Wolters gave talks titled "Inducing Natural Language Grammars and Parsers from Data" and "Designing Reminder Systems for Older People - What is the Context?", respectively. We also had a good time in Jeonju Hanok Village on July 18 and Mt. Gyeryong on July 20. (see photos here)


 

[Announcement] Maria Wolters' seminar: Designing Reminder Systems for Older People - What is the Context?

News Announcements Published July 03, 2012

Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh will give a talk at KAIST on July 16th as follows:

Title: Designing Reminder Systems for Older People - What is the Context?
Speaker: Dr. Maria Wolters, University of Edinburgh
Date: July 16 (Monday), 2012
Time: 1:00pm ~ 2:00pm
Place: Ahn Young-Kyung Seminar Room, CS Building (#4420, E3-1)
Host: Jong C. Park (park@cs.kaist.ac.kr)

Abstract: In the MultiMemoHome project, we aim to develop guidelines for designing acceptable and effective reminders for supporting older people who live in the community. An important part of the design is to consider the context in which reminders are delivered. Is the person who needs the reminders living alone or with family? How large is their social network? How close are they to other people who could help? What technology do they have in their home that could be used to display reminders? What sensory and cognitive impairments do they have that might preclude reminder use? We will look at those questions using data from the English Longitudinal Survey of Ageing, a large-scale study of thousands of older people in the UK. The talk will conclude with suggestions for relevant cross cultural comparisons.

Biography: Maria Wolters is a senior research fellow at the Centre for Speech Technology Research at the University of Edinburgh. The goal of her research is to improve the accessibility and functionality of voice-based interaction. She is also interested in the quantitative analyses of large quantities of language data and in the acoustic analysis of disordered speech.

She studied at the University of Bonn, where she attained an MSc in Computer Science in 1997 and a PhD in Communication Research and Phonetics in 2001. She went on to join the University of Newcastle and Queen Margaret University as a clinical phonetician, before moving to the University of Edinburgh in late 2004. She is currently a research fellow on the MATCH project.


 

Prof. Anoop Sarkar's visit to KAIST

News Seminars Published July 02, 2012

Prof. Anoop Sarkar from Simon Fraser University visited KAIST and gave a talk titled "Four Methods for Morpheme-based Machine Translation" on July 2, 2012.


 

Attending KCC 2012 in Jeju island

News Conferences Published June 27, 2012

We attended the KCC 2012 conference (븳援而댄벂꽣醫낇빀븰닠쉶 2012) held in Jeju island on June 27-29, 2012. Yong-Jae gave a poster presentation for a paper titled "Towards Automatic Evaluation of Category Fluency Test Performance: Distinguishing Groups using Word Clustering" (옄룞 踰붿<쑀李쎌꽦寃궗 룊媛瑜 뼢븯뿬: 떒뼱 援곗쭛솕瑜 솢슜븳 洹몃9媛 援щ퀎) co-authored by Dr. Maria Wolters from the University of Edinburgh, and Hee-Jin Lee. Sang-Chae gave another poster presentation for a paper titled "Age and Gender Prediction from Korean Tweets with Stylometric Analysis" (臾몄껜 遺꾩꽍쓣 솢슜븳 븳援뼱 듃쐞꽣 궗슜옄쓽 뿰졊 諛 꽦蹂 삁痢).


 

[Announcement] Prof. Bonnie Webber's Global Lecture: Discourse in Language Technology

News Announcements Published June 15, 2012

Prof. Bonnie Webber from the University of Edinburgh will give a Global lecture at KAIST on July 17th and 19th as follows:

Title: Discourse in Language Technology
Speaker: Professor Bonnie Webber
Affiliation: School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh (UK)
Time:
- Lecture 1: July 17 (Tuesday), 2012, 2:00 PM ~ 5:00 PM
- Lecture 2: July 19 (Thursday), 2012, 2:00 PM ~ 5:00 PM
Place: Oh Sang-Su Seminar Room, CS Building (#4443, E3-1)
Host: Professor Jong C. Park (諛뺤쥌泥 援먯닔)

Lecture Description
The discourse properties of text have long been recognized as critical to Language Technology, and over the past 40 years, our understanding of and ability to exploit these properties have grown in many ways. The goal of these two lectures is to recount these developments, the technologies they employ, the applications they support, and the new challenges that each subsequent development has raised. The audience will thus be introduced to viable notions of discourse structure that have emerged over the past two decades, and how they are being used to improve the performance of systems for information extraction, summarization, essay analysis and grading, sentiment detection and opinion mining, and machine translation.

LECTURE 1:
뼚 Description of several complementary bases that organize and structure texts, along with a description of their different formal properties.
뼚 Description of state-of-the-art algorithms for recognizing the different forms of text structure, along with resources used by these algorithms for training and/or testing (or that will soon be available for these purposes).

LECTURE 2:
뼚 Description of applications of these algorithms in automated essay evaluation, summarization, information extraction, opinion mining and sentiment detection.
뼚 Description of current and future applications of discourse structure in machine translation (MT), or facilitated through MT.

The lectures draw from recent articles and monographs, including [Webber et al, 2012], [Webber and Joshi, 2012], and [Stede, 2011]. They do not assume detailed linguistic knowledge on the part of audience members, but they do assume that the audience will have had some exposure to text, even if only as bags of words or N-gram language models.

Biography

Fellow, American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)
Vice President, Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), 1979
President, Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL), 1980
Co-chair (with Benjamin Kuipers), National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-97), 1997

PhD: Harvard University (1978)

Bibliography
Manfred Stede (2011). Discourse Processing. Morgan and Claypool Publishers.

Bonnie Webber and Aravind Joshi (2012). Discourse Structure and Computation: Past, Present and Future.
Proc. ACL Workshop on Rediscovering 50 Years of Discoveries. Jeju Island, Korea.

Bonnie Webber, Markus Egg and Valia Kordoni (2012). Discourse Structure and Language Technology.
Natural Language Engineering, doi:10.1017/S1351324911000337.

Contact: Hye-Jin Min (hjmin@nlp.kaist.ac.kr , T. 7741)


 

[Announcement] Prof. Anoop Sarkar's talk: Two Methods for Morpheme-based Machine Translation

News Announcements Published June 14, 2012

Prof. Anoop Sarkar from Simon Fraser University will give a talk at KAIST on July 2nd as follows:

Title: Two Methods for Morpheme-based Machine Translation
Speaker: Professor Anoop Sarkar (joint work with Ann Clifton and Young-chan Kim)
Affiliation: School of Computing Science, Simon Fraser University, BC (Canada)
Time: July 2 (Monday), 2012, 2:00 PM ~ 3:00 PM
Place: Oh Sang-Su Seminar Room, CS Building (#4443, E3-1)
Host: Professor Jong C. Park (諛뺤쥌泥 援먯닔)

Abstract:
Statistical machine translation systems learn how to translate by training on large amounts of previously translated text. The machine learning models used typically assume that the unit of translation is pre-defined (defined by an observed word boundary). As a result, these methods tend to perform poorly when translating into languages like Finnish or Korean with very complex morphological systems with a large vocabulary.

This talk is about our ongoing work in the use of unsupervised morpheme segmentation methods for machine translation. We investigate four methods: a generative model for generating word forms during translation (factored translation), translation based on word segments (sub-word translation), probability models for generating word forms in the target language (morphology generation) and sub-word alignment models that infer morphemes that can improve alignment between source and target languages (sub-word alignment).

The first three were evaluated on English to Finnish and the last method on English to Korean translation.

We find that morphology aware translation models yield significantly more fluent translations compared to a state of the art word-based baseline. We perform linguistic analysis of the output to show that morpheme-aware translations are more fluent and we show improvements in automatic evaluation scores like BLEU.

Biography:
Anoop Sarkar is an Associate Professor in Computing Science at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada where he co-directs the Natural Language Laboratory (http://natlang.cs.sfu.ca). He received his Ph.D. from the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania under Prof. Aravind Joshi for his work on semi-supervised statistical parsing using tree-adjoining grammars. His favorite machine translation system is kriya, the hierarchical phrase-based system developed in his lab at SFU.

His research is focused on statistical parsing and machine translation (exploiting syntax or morphology, or both). His interests also include semi-supervised learning algorithms and stochastic grammars, in particular tree automata and tree-adjoining grammars.

http://www.cs.sfu.ca/~anoop

Contact: Hye-Jin Min (hjmin@nlp.kaist.ac.kr, T. 7741)


 

ACL 2012 was held in Jeju on July 8-14, 2012.

News Conferences Published May 20, 2012

For the first time, the annual meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) came to Korea, a vibrant country with rich language and cultural heritage. ACL 2012 was held in Jeju Island (嚥잌퇍約) on July 8-14, 2012. In conjunction with ACL 2012, a series of research workshops and conferences including EMNLP-CoNLL were co-located in Jeju. In 2012, ACL marks its 50th year of scientific activities and community services.
(ACL 2012 website: http://acl2012.org)



봽濡좏떚뼱궗뾽 吏뒫濡쒕큸궗뾽떒 젣17李 湲곗닠援먮쪟썙겕꺏

News Projects Published February 16, 2012

봽濡좏떚뼱궗뾽 吏뒫濡쒕큸궗뾽떒 17李 湲곗닠援먮쪟썙겕꺏씠 2썡 16, 17씪 뼇씪뿉 嫄몄퀜 媛뺤썝룄 슒꽦 쁽꽦슦由ъ“듃뿉꽌 媛쒖턀릺뿀뒿땲떎. 8-1怨쇱젣뿉 냽븯뒗 슦由 뿰援ъ떎 湲몄긽슜, 源긽梨 븰깮씠 李몄꽍븯뿬 룷뒪꽣 쟾떆 諛 諛쒗몴瑜 븯뒿땲떎.


 

궪꽦 以묎났뾽 諛⑸Ц (븰怨 썙겕꺏)

News Etc Published January 30, 2012

吏궃 1썡 30씪 븰怨 썙겕꺏쓽 씪젙쑝濡 諛뺤쥌泥 援먯닔떂쓣 룷븿븳 븰怨 援먯닔떂뱾猿섏꽌 嫄곗젣룄쓽 궪꽦以묎났뾽쓣 諛⑸Ц븯뀲뒿땲떎.
(궗吏 겕寃 蹂닿린)


 

Attending HCI 2012 Korea in Alpensia Resort

News Conferences Published January 11, 2012

We attended the HCI 2012 Conference Korea held in Alpensia Resort on January 11-13, 2012. Yong-Jae and Sang-Chae presented a paper titled "Analyzing the Patterns of Switching and Clustering on CFT Data Using Hidden Markov Model" (authored by Yong-Jae Lee, Hee-Jin Lee, Maria Wolters, and Prof. Park) and a paper titled "Age Prediction from Korean Tweets with Style-Based Feature Analysis" (authored by Sang-Chae Kim and Prof. Park), respectively.


 

Attending LBM 2011 in Singapore

News Conferences Published December 14, 2011

Prof. Park, Hee-Jin, and Seung-Cheol attended the 4th International Symposium on Languages in Biology and Medicine (LBM 2011) held at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore on December 14th and 15th, 2011. Seung-Cheol gave a oral presentation for a paper titled "Analyzing Disagreements among ICD-9-CM Coders" (authored by Seung-Cheol Baek and Prof. Park) and Hee-Jin gave a poster presentation for a paper titled "Identifying Gene Expression Changes in Prostate Cancer Cells from the Literature" (authored by Hee-Jin Lee, Hyunju Lee, and Prof. Park).


 

[Announcement] The 10th Korea-Singapore Joint Workshop on Bioinformatics and Natural Language Processing

News Announcements Published December 01, 2011

The 10th Korea-Singapore Joint Workshop on Bioinformatics and Natural Language Processing (http://ksw2011.biopathway.org) will be held in Oh Sang Soo Seminar Room at KAIST on 12th December, 2011.

Chairs
Jong C. Park (KAIST, Korea)
Limsoon Wong (NUS, Singapore)

Venue
Date: 12th December, 2011
Location: Oh Sang Soo Seminar Room, CS Bldg., KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea



Keynote Speech by Prof. Park at the Joint Conference of the Modern Linguistic Society of Korea and the Korean Society for Language and Information

News Seminars Published November 05, 2011

Prof. Park gave a keynote speech titled "Automatic Conversion of Korean into Korean Sign Language Based on Combinatory Categorial Grammar" (寃고빀踰붿<臾몃쾿쓣 씠슜븳 븳援뼱-닔솕 옄룞 蹂솚) at the Joint Conference of the Modern Linguistic Society of Korea and the Korean Society for Language and Information (븳援쁽뼵뼱븰쉶/뼵뼱젙蹂댄븰쉶 怨듬룞븰닠쉶) at the Gongju National University of Education, on November 5, 2011.


 

Attending the SLTAT workshop and ASSETS conference in Dundee, UK

News Conferences Published October 23, 2011

Jin-Woo and Prof. Park attended the 2nd International Workshop on Sign Language Translation and Avatar Technology (SLTAT) and the 13th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS) held in Dundee, UK on October 23-26, 2011. We presented two papers titled "Text Parsing for Sign Language Generation with Combinatory Categorial Grammar" (authored by Jin-Woo Chung and Prof. Park) and "Revisiting Concatenative Video Synthesis with Relaxed Constraints" (authored by Sangyong Gil and Prof. Park).


 

Attending IJCNLP 2011, Chiang Mai, Thailand

News Conferences Published October 08, 2011

Hye-Jin attended the 5th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (IJCNLP) held in Chiang Mai, Thailand, on November 8-13, 2011. She gave an oral presentation for a paper titled "Detecting and Blocking False Sentiment Propagation". See photos here.


 

Attending HCLT 2011 in Seoul

News Conferences Published October 07, 2011

SeungJoo and Sang-Chae attended the 23rd Annual Conference on Human and Cognitive Language Technology (HCLT) (젣23쉶 븳湲 諛 븳援뼱 젙蹂댁쿂由 븰닠쉶) held in Seoul, Korea. SeungJoo gave an oral presentation for a paper titled "Reproducing Fairy Tales for Plot Identification" (궗嫄댁쓽 쓲由 遺꾩꽍쓣 쐞븳 룞솕쓽 옱援ъ꽦).



봽濡좏떚뼱궗뾽 吏뒫濡쒕큸궗뾽떒 젣16李 湲곗닠援먮쪟썙겕꺏

News Projects Published August 24, 2011

봽濡좏떚뼱궗뾽 吏뒫濡쒕큸궗뾽떒 16李 湲곗닠援먮쪟썙겕꺏씠 8썡 24씪遺꽣 26씪뿉 嫄몄퀜 媛뺤썝룄 냽珥 뙆씤由ъ쫰由ъ“듃뿉꽌 媛쒖턀릺뿀뒿땲떎. 씠踰 썙겕꺏 봽濡좏떚뼱궗뾽쓣 2뀈 궓寃⑤몦 떆젏뿉꽌 궗뾽 醫낅즺 썑 吏뒫濡쒕큸 빑떖썝泥쒓린닠뱾쓣 떖솕 諛쒖쟾떆궎湲 쐞븳 媛 쟾臾멸뱾쓽 諛⑺뼢 젣떆, 愿怨꾩옄쓽 떖룄 源딆 넗濡좎쓣 쐞븳 떆媛꾩쓣 媛뽮린 쐞븳 紐⑹쟻쑝濡 媛쒖턀릺뿀뒿땲떎. 8-1怨쇱젣뿉 냽븯뒗 슦由 뿰援ъ떎 븞듅二, 湲몄긽슜 븰깮씠 李몄꽍븯뿬 룷뒪꽣 쟾떆 諛 諛쒗몴瑜 븯뒿땲떎.


 

Attending KCC 2011 in Gyeongju

News Conferences Published June 29, 2011

Yong-Jae and Sang-Chae attended KCC 2011 (븳援而댄벂꽣醫낇빀븰닠쉶) held in Gyeongju, Korea. Yong-Jae gave a poster presentation for a paper titled "Linguistic Analysis of Picture Description for Language Impairment Diagnosis" (뼵뼱 옣븷 吏꾨떒쓣 쐞븳 洹몃┝ 꽕紐낃쓽 뼵뼱븰쟻 듅꽦 遺꾩꽍).


 

Invited Presentation at the 13th Annual Conference on Korean Sign Language

News Conferences Published June 11, 2011

We attended the 13th Annual Conference on Korean Sign Language (젣13쉶 븳援닔솕븰쉶) and gave an invited presentation titled "Research on Automatic Sign Language Generation: State of the Art and Future Directions" (옄룞닔솕깮꽦 뿰援ъ쓽 쁽솴怨 쟾留).



The Fourth International Symposium on Languages in Biology and Medicine (LBM 2011)

News Announcements Published June 05, 2011

The Fourth LBM symposium (LBM 2011, http://lbm2011.biopathway.org) will be held at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore as a pre-conference workshop of the 25th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation (PACLIC 25), on December 14th and 15th, 2011.



Attending WIMS'11 in Sogndal, Norway

News Conferences Published May 25, 2011

Prof. Park and Jin-Woo attended the International Conference on Web Intelligence, Mining and Semantics (WIMS'11) held in Sogndal, Norway on May 25-27, 2011. Jin-Woo gave an oral presentation for a paper titled "Improving Accessibility to Web Documents for the Aurally Challenged with Sign Language Animation".


 

Invited talk by Prof. Park at the University of Dundee

News Seminars Published March 16, 2011

Prof. Park visitied the University of Dundee on March 16, 2011 and혻gave an invited talk in the Research Seminar혻as follows:

Title: Quality of Life Technology for the Aurally Challenged and for the Aged
혻혻
Abstract:
Textual and spoken information is much widespread and ever expanding, but the consequent information divide is also quite serious, especially if we are challenged. We must also face it sooner or later as we age, though the precise nature of how well we adapt to this changing situation depends on the individual severity of declining brain functions with age, possibly coupled with symptoms such as dementia. In the first part of my seminar, I will introduce our on-going effort for the linguistic analysis and computational generation of sign language expressions for the aurally challenged. In the second part, I will describe our team effort to assess and help patients with declining brain functions by a synergistic and clinical integration of multiple-modal techniques, such as computational geometry, natural language processing, virtual reality and computer haptics, as members of a recently founded Systems Biomedical Research Centre, where I work as a group leader. Time permitting, I will prelude the second part of my talk briefly with descriptions of our past and on-going work on biomedical text mining and management.


 

Attending HRI 2011 in Lausanne, Switzerland

News Conferences Published March 06, 2011

Prof. Park and Hye-Jin attended the 6th International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI 2011) held in Lausanne, Switzerland. Hye-Jin presented a paper titled "Physical Push with a Socially Intelligent Robot: Make Your Wishes to 'Genie in the Lamp".


 

吏뒫濡쒕큸궗뾽떒 OPEN LAB 諛 15李 湲곗닠援먮쪟썙겕꺏

News Projects Published February 23, 2011

吏뒫濡쒕큸궗뾽떒 OPEN LAB 諛 15李 湲곗닠援먮쪟썙겕꺏씠 2썡 23씪怨 24씪 뼇씪뿉 嫄몄퀜 KIST 媛뺣쫱遺꾩썝뿉꽌 媛쒖턀릺뿀뒿땲떎. 씠踰 썙겕꺏 3떒怨 2李⑤뀈룄 긽뾽솕 떒怨꾩뿉 뱾뼱꽑 媛 뿰援ш낵젣蹂 슦닔 湲곗닠뱾쓣 냼媛쒗븿쑝濡쒖뜥 媛 遺꾩빞쓽 쁽븞쓣 遺꾩꽍븯怨 援궡 궛븰뿰 뿰援ъ옄뱾쓽 援먮쪟瑜 옣젮븯湲 쐞븳 紐⑹쟻쑝濡 媛쒖턀릺뿀뒿땲떎. 8-1怨쇱젣뿉 냽븯뒗 슦由 뿰援ъ떎뿉꽌뒗 씠샇以 諛뺤궗떂씠 李몄꽍븯뒿땲떎.


 

KAIST Commencement 2011

News Etc Published February 11, 2011

삱빐 슦由 뿰援ъ떎뿉꽌 씠샇以 꽑諛곕떂(諛뺤궗)怨 젙吏꾩슦 援(꽍궗), 씠슜옱 援(꽍궗)씠 2011븰뀈룄 議몄뾽떇뿉 李몄뿬븯뿬 븰쐞瑜 痍⑤뱷븯뒿땲떎. 紐⑤몢 議몄뾽쓣 異뺥븯뱶由쎈땲떎!


 

Attending the HCI 2011 Conference Korea in Alpensia Resort

News Conferences Published January 26, 2011

We attended the HCI 2011 Conference Korea held in Alpensia Resort. SeungJoo gave an oral presentation for a paper titled "Korean Speech Synthesis for Automatic Fairy Tale Narration with Automatic Identification of Character Roles" (옄룞 룞솕 援ъ뿰쓣 쐞븳 벑옣 씤臾쇱쓽 옄룞 뿭븷 遺꾨쪟뿉 湲곕컲븳 븳援뼱 쓬꽦 빀꽦 떆뒪뀥) and Ho-Joon gave a poster presentation for a paper titled "Evaluation of Emotion Categories based on the Analysis of Emotion-Rich Fairy Tales" (룞솕뿉꽌 굹굹뒗 媛먯젙 諛쒗솕臾몄쓽 듅꽦 遺꾩꽍쓣 넻븳 媛먯젙 踰붿<쓽 룊媛). Jin-Woo and Ho-Joon won a best paper award for a paper titled "Sentence Type Identification in Korean: Applications to Korean-Sign Language Translation and Korean Speech Synthesis" (븳援뼱 臾몄옣 쑀삎쓽 옄룞 遺꾨쪟: 븳援뼱-닔솕 蹂솚 諛 븳援뼱 쓬꽦 빀꽦뿉쓽 쓳슜).


 

봽濡좏떚뼱궗뾽 吏뒫濡쒕큸궗뾽떒 젣14李 湲곗닠援먮쪟썙겕꺏

News Projects Published August 25, 2010

吏떇寃쎌젣遺 봽濡좏떚뼱궗뾽 吏뒫濡쒕큸궗뾽떒 젣14李 濡쒕큸湲곗닠援먮쪟썙겕꺏씠 8썡 25씪 ~ 8썡 27씪 媛뺤썝룄 뿕由ъ떆븞 媛뺤큿뿉꽌 媛쒖턀릺뿀뒿땲떎. 씠踰 썙겕꺏 3떒怨 1李⑤뀈룄瑜 留덇컧븯硫댁꽌 湲곗닠媛 쑖蹂듯빀쓽 媛냽솕瑜 二쇱젣濡 넗쓽媛 吏꾪뻾릺뿀怨, 媛 꽭遺怨쇱젣 蹂 룷뒪꽣 諛쒗몴媛 엳뿀뒿땲떎. 슦由 뿰援ъ떎뿉꽌뒗 誘쇳삙吏 븰깮씠 李몄꽍븯뒿땲떎. 8-1怨쇱젣뿉 냽븯뒗 슦由 뿰援ъ떎 "떎뼇븳 媛먯젙/긽솴/쓽룄 몴쁽쓣쐞븳 濡쒕큸몴쁽 옄룞깮꽦 湲곗닠"씠 젣紐⑹쓽 룷뒪꽣뿉 李몄뿬븯怨, 1李⑤뀈룄 寃곌낵臾쇱씤 "議, 媛뺤“ 몴쁽 긽쓽 빑떖뼱쐶 蹂 슫쑉 젙蹂 蹂솕瑜 넻븳 媛먯젙쓬꽦 빀꽦" 諛 "臾몄옣쑀삎쓽 옄룞 遺꾨쪟瑜 넻븳 臾몄옣 쑀삎뿉 쟻빀븳 뼲뼇젙蹂 빀꽦"쓣 諛쒗몴븯뒿땲떎.


 

닔솕 뿰援ъ옄遺꾨뱾쓽 슦由 뿰援ъ떎 諛⑸Ц

News Seminars Published August 23, 2010

삤뒛 닔솕뿰援ъ옄遺꾨뱾씠 뿰援ъ떎쓣 諛⑸Ц븯뿬 슦由ъ쓽 뿰援щ 냼媛쒗빐뱶由щ뒗 옄由ш 엳뿀뒿땲떎. 룆씪쓽 븿遺瑜댄겕븰怨 援由쏀븳援옱솢蹂듭븰 諛 뿬윭 湲곌뿉꽌 닔솕瑜 뼵뼱븰쟻쑝濡 뿰援ы븯떆뒗 遺꾨뱾怨 븿猿 쑀씡븳 떆媛꾩쓣 媛議뚯뒿땲떎. 씠踰 옄由щ 넻빐 슦由ъ쓽 뿰援щ 븣由ш퀬 븵쑝濡쒖쓽 뿰援 諛⑺뼢뿉 븳 留롮 議곗뼵쓣 뱾쓣 닔 엳뿀뒿땲떎.


 

Attending the 12th Annual Conference on Korean Sign Language at the Korea National College of Rehabilitation and Welfare, Pyeongtaek

News Conferences Published August 20, 2010

吏궃 20씪뿉 룊깮쓽 援由쏀븳援옱솢蹂듭븰뿉꽌 뿴由 젣12쉶 븳援닔솕븰쉶 븰닠쉶뿉 씠샇以 援곌낵 젙吏꾩슦 援곗씠 떎솕뒿땲떎. 씠踰 븰닠쉶뒗 '닔솕뿰援щ갑踰'씠씪뒗 怨듯넻쓽 二쇱젣 븘옒 諛쒗몴媛 씠猷⑥뼱議뚯쑝硫, 듅엳 닔솕 '옄猷'瑜 뼱뼸寃 닔吏묓븷 寃껋씤吏뿉 븳 留롮 끉쓽媛 엳뿀뒿땲떎. 듅엳 룆씪 븿遺瑜댄겕븰 닔솕뼵뼱븰怨쇱쓽 닔솕 쑀룄(elicitation)옄猷 닔吏 諛⑸쾿怨 닔솕肄뷀띁뒪 援ъ텞 봽濡쒖젥듃뒗 븵쑝濡 援궡쓽 닔솕뿰援щ 吏꾪뻾븯뒗뜲 留롮 룄씠 맆 닔 엳뒗 궗濡뒿땲떎.


 

Attending ACL 2010 at the Uppsala University in Sweden

News Conferences Published July 12, 2010

Prof. Park and Jin-Woo attended the 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2010) held in Uppsala, Sweden, on July 12-14, 2010. (http://acl2010.org/)
(photos)


 

2010 NLP*CP Lab. Homecomming Day

News Etc Published June 05, 2010

吏궃 6썡 5씪 넗슂씪뿉 뿰援ъ떎 솃而ㅻ컢뜲씠 뻾궗媛 엳뿀뒿땲떎.혻援먯닔떂怨 議몄뾽깮 꽑諛곕떂뱾 諛 옱븰깮 遺꾨뱾씠 븳 옄由ъ뿉 紐⑥뿬꽌 利먭굅슫 떆媛꾩쓣 媛議뚯뒿땲떎. 삱빐뒗 7遺꾩쓽 議몄뾽깮怨 옱븰깮 쟾썝씠 李몄꽍븯뒿땲떎. 닔넻怨⑥뿉꽌 젏떖떇궗瑜 븯怨 끂룞 李살쭛뿉꽌 뻾궗瑜 留덈Т由ы븯뒿땲떎.
(photos)


 

Prof. Junichi Tsujii's Global Lecture

News Seminars Published May 31, 2010

Prof. Junichi Tsujii from the University of Tokyo visited KAIST혻on혻May 31st and gave a Global lecture (title: NLP-based Text Mining Techniques and their Applications) to KAIST students for five days.


 

[Announcement] Prof. Junichi Tsujii's Global Lecture: NLP-based Text Mining Techniques and their Applications

News Announcements Published May 13, 2010

Prof. Junichi Tsujii at the University of Tokyo will give a Global Lecture at KAIST as follows.

Title: NLP-based Text Mining Techniques and their Applications
Speaker: Junichi Tsujii
Date: May 31 - June 4, 2010 (1pm-4pm)
Location: Oh Sangsu Seminar Room
Host: Jong C. Park (park@cs.kaist.ac.kr)

[Course Description]
Text Mining has been considered as an essential technology in the future of biological research, which provides means by which scientists can cope with ever increasing amount of published papers in the domain. This course focuses on an emerging technological field, NLP-based Text Mining, which combines technologies such as natural language processing, ontology engineering, machine learning and distributed data bases. In particular, the course discusses how recent research results of deep parsing can be combined with machine learning for event recognition and relation mining in biology.

[Day 1] Challenges of Text Mining for Biology
[Day 2] Deep parsing and linguistic formalism
[Day 3] Empirical Approach to Meaning
[Day 4] Named Entity Recognition and Normalization
[Day 5] Event Recognition and Normalization

[Speaker's Bio]
Junichi Tsujii is a Professor of Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing of the University of Tokyo and Professor of Text Mining of the University of Manchester, UK. He has an MSc and a PhD from Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyoto University. He has been a permanent member of International Committee of Computational Linguistics (ICCL) from 1994. He was Vice-President (2005) and President (2006) of ACL (Association for Computational Linguistics), and President (2008) of AFNLP (Asian Federation of Natural Language Processing). He was awarded IBM Science Award in 1988, SEYMF Visiting professorship in 2000, Daiwa-Adrian Prize for the project jointly carried out by Dr.S.Ananiadou (University of Manchester, UK) in 2004, IBM Faculty Award in 2005, Achievement Award (Japan Society of Artificial Intelligence) in 2008, and 榮ョ땝筽믥쳽 (the Japanese Government) in 2010.


 

[Announcement] 1st CALBC Workshop

News Announcements Published March 29, 2010

The first CALBC ("Collaborative annotation of a large-scale biomedical corpus") workshop is to be held in 19/20 April 2010 at EBI (European Bioinformatics Institute, U.K.).

Location: European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, Cambridge, U.K.
Date: 19/20 April 2010

The CALBC project is creating a broadly-scoped and diversely annotated corpus (several 100,000 Medline abstracts on immunology annotated with about a dozen semantic groups) by automatically integrating the annotations from different named entity recognition and concept identification systems. The result of the integration process will be a silver standard corpus (SSC).

The CALBC challenge, announced earlier to deal with biomedical named entity recognition (NER) and identification of entities, is now closed. At the CALBC workshop, participants of will discuss the outcome of the challenge. The CALBC project partner will explain in detail previous work on the corpus and will present the results from the challenge. Participants will present their work to meet the demands of the challenge.

The CALBC workshop offers the unique opportunity to learn more about this unusual approach to generate a large-scale annotated corpus. One highlight is the session about the exploitation of the scientific literature in Semantic Web applications. The workshop participants and members of the pharmaceutical industry will discuss how Semantic Web applications will profit from semantic enrichment of the scientific literature (as provided from the harmonised CALBC corpus).


 

봽濡좏떚뼱궗뾽 吏뒫濡쒕큸궗뾽떒 젣13李 湲곗닠援먮쪟썙겕꺏

News Projects Published February 24, 2010

吏떇寃쎌젣遺 봽濡좏떚뼱궗뾽 吏뒫濡쒕큸궗뾽떒 젣13李 濡쒕큸湲곗닠援먮쪟썙겕꺏씠 2썡 24씪 ~ 2썡 26씪 젣二 쐶땳뒪 븘씪옖뱶뿉꽌 媛쒖턀릺뿀뒿땲떎. 씠踰 썙겕꺏 3떒怨 1李⑤뀈룄瑜 留덇컧븯硫댁꽌 湲곗닠媛 쑖蹂듯빀쓽 媛냽솕瑜 二쇱젣濡 넗쓽媛 吏꾪뻾릺뿀怨, 媛 꽭遺怨쇱젣 蹂 룷뒪꽣 諛쒗몴媛 엳뿀뒿땲떎. 슦由 뿰援ъ떎뿉꽌뒗 誘쇳삙吏 븰깮씠 李몄꽍븯뒿땲떎. 8-1怨쇱젣뿉 냽븯뒗 슦由 뿰援ъ떎 "떎뼇븳 媛먯젙/긽솴/쓽룄 몴쁽쓣쐞븳 濡쒕큸몴쁽 옄룞깮꽦 湲곗닠"씠 젣紐⑹쓽 룷뒪꽣뿉 李몄뿬븯怨, 1李⑤뀈룄 寃곌낵臾쇱씤 "議, 媛뺤“ 몴쁽 긽쓽 빑떖뼱쐶 蹂 슫쑉 젙蹂 蹂솕瑜 넻븳 媛먯젙쓬꽦 빀꽦" 諛 "臾몄옣쑀삎쓽 옄룞 遺꾨쪟瑜 넻븳 臾몄옣 쑀삎뿉 쟻빀븳 뼲뼇젙蹂 빀꽦"쓣 諛쒗몴븯뒿땲떎.


 

The 9th Korea-Singapore Joint Workshop on Bioinformatics and Natural Language Processing

News Seminars Published February 23, 2010

The 9th Korea-Singapore Joint Workshop on Bioinformatics and Natural Language Processing (http://ksw09.biopathway.org) was held in Oh Sang Soo Seminar Room at KAIST. The researchers from Singapore include Prof. Limsoon Wong (Professor and Head of Computer Science and Professor of Pathology at NUS) and Prof. Jung-Jae Kim, who received BSc, MS, and PhD all from CS Department at KAIST and recently joined the faculty of NTU in Singapore.


 

뿰援ъ떎 옄由 옱諛곗튂 諛 泥냼

News Etc Published February 19, 2010

2썡 18씪뿉뒗 뿰援ъ떎뿉꽌 븰깮뱾씠 깮솢븯뒗 2405샇 2408샇쓽 泥냼 諛 옄由 옱諛곗튂媛 엳뿀뒿땲떎. 泥냼瑜 쐞빐꽌 媛 諛⑹쓽 媛援щ 紐⑤몢 蹂듬룄濡 궡뼱 넃怨, 泥냼 룄슦誘 븘二쇰㉧땲뱾猿 룄쓣 援ы빐 諛붾떏 臾쇱껌냼瑜 뻽뒿땲떎. 쁽옱 癒쇱媛 留먮걫엳 궗씪吏 諛⑹뿉꽌 븰깮뱾씠 苡뚯쟻븯寃 뿰援щ 븯怨 엳뒿땲떎. 2405샇뿉꽌뒗 옣쁺, 씠씗吏, 諛깆듅泥, 蹂洹쒗솉(븰遺깮 씤꽩) 븰깮뱾씠 깮솢븯怨 엳怨, 2408샇뿉꽌뒗 씠샇以, 誘쇳삙吏, 젙긽쑄, 젙吏꾩슦 븰깮뱾 諛 궗臾댁썝 諛뺤옱 뵪媛 깮솢븯怨 엳뒿땲떎. 2010븰踰 꽍궗 떊엯깮 2405샇떎뿉꽌 븿猿 깮솢븯寃 맆 삁젙엯땲떎.



The 3rd International Symposium on Languages in Biology and Medicine (LBM)

News Conferences Published November 08, 2009

The 3rd International Symposium on Languages in Biology and Medicine (LBM) was held in Jeju island, Korea, November 8-10, 2009 (http://lbm2009.biopathway.org). LBM is an interdisciplinary forum that brings together researchers in biology, chemistry, medicine, public health and informatics to discuss and exploit cutting edge language technology. Language, in its many forms, is the universal means to represent, question, and convey knowledge. Likewise applied technologies such as information extraction, summarization, and translation are key technologies for advancing biomedical research and healthcare provision. The automation of all these solutions empowers our ability to discover new knowledge.


 

Dr. Jung-jae Kim joined the faculty of NTU in Singapore

News Etc Published October 09, 2009

Dr. Jung-jae Kim has recently joined the faculty of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore. He received his BSc, MS, and PhD in 1998, 2000, and 2006, respectively, at KAIST. He has worked as a post-doctoral researcher for the Text Mining group of European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) from 2006 to 2009. He is currently exploring the usage of biomedical ontologies for text mining in order to facilitate the integration of text mining results into interoperable solutions for the biomedical community.


 

Attending ACL-IJCNLP 2009 in Singapore

News Conferences Published August 10, 2009

We attended the ACL-IJCNLP 2009 conference held in Singapore on August 2-7, 2009. Hye-Jin presented a paper titled "Toward finer-grained sentiment identification in product reviews through linguistic and ontological analyses". (photos)


 

HCI International 2009 李멸 諛 諛쒗몴 썑湲

News Conferences Published July 22, 2009

2009뀈 7썡 22씪遺꽣 24씪源뚯 San Diego뿉꽌 엳뿀뜕 HCI International 2009 븰닠쉶뿉 李몄꽍븯뿬 諛쒗몴 諛 븰쉶 李멸쓣 븯怨 룎븘솕뒿땲떎.씠踰덉뿉 諛쒗몴瑜 븯硫댁꽌 쓬꽦빀꽦뿉 愿젴맂 遺遺꾩뿉 珥덉젏쓣 留욎떠꽌 諛쒗몴옄猷뚮 留뚮뱾뿀뿀뒗뜲, 븰쉶뿉 삤뀲뜕 遺꾨뱾 씠 쇅뿉룄 媛먯젙 쓬꽦빀꽦 떆뒪뀥씠 솢슜맆 닔 엳뒗 遺꾩빞굹 evaluation 諛⑸쾿, evaluation 寃곌낵 벑뿉룄 留롮 愿떖쓣 蹂댁씠뀲뿀뒿땲떎. 븰쉶 諛쒗몴 떆媛꾩씠 15遺꾩쑝濡 吏㏐린룄 뻽뿀吏留 씠윭븳 愿떖궗뿉 빐꽌 誘몃━ 븣怨 엳뿀떎硫 醫 뜑 쟻洹뱀쟻씤 諛쒗몴媛 맆 닔 엳뿀쓣 寃껋쑝濡 깮媛곷릺뿀뒿땲떎.씠踰 븰쉶쓽 寃쎌슦뿉뒗 留롮 궗엺뱾씠 뜲紐⑤ 쐞二쇰줈 諛쒗몴瑜 븯뒗뜲, 븰쉶 諛쒗몴뿉꽌뒗 끉臾몄뿉 굹엳뒗 궡슜쓣 옄꽭븯寃 꽕紐낇븯湲 蹂대떎뒗 궗엺뱾쓽 愿떖쓣 걣 닔 엳寃 씠윭븳 뜲紐 떆뒪뀥쓣 솢슜븯뒗 寃껊룄 醫뗭 諛⑸쾿씠씪怨 깮媛곷릺뿀뒿땲떎. 삉븳 씠윭븳 뜲紐 떆뒪뀥쓣 諛뷀깢쑝濡쒗븯뿬 떎젣 깮솢뿉꽌 뀒뒪듃瑜 븯怨 긽슜솕 떒怨 諛붾줈 吏곸쟾源뚯 셿꽦쓣 紐⑺몴濡 留롮 뿰援ш 吏꾪뻾릺뒗 寃껋쓣 솗씤븷 닔 엳뿀뒿땲떎.愿떖엳寃 蹂 궡슜 끂빟옄(듅엳 elderly)뿉 븳 뿰援ш 늿뿉 쓣寃 留롮씠 吏꾪뻾릺怨 엳뿀떎뒗 寃껉낵, 닔솕 愿젴맂 뿰援щ룄 誘멸뎅怨 쑀읇 벑吏뿉꽌 留롮씠 뿰援щ릺怨 엳떎뒗 寃껋씠뿀뒿땲떎. 떎젣 諛쒗몴瑜 븯떆뒗 遺 以묒뿉꽌룄 닔솕濡 쓽궗냼넻쓣 븯떆뒗 遺꾩씠 怨꾩뀲뿀뒗뜲, 씠 遺꾩쓽 諛쒗몴 꽭뀡뿉뒗 닔솕 넻뿭궗媛 怨꾩뀛꽌 洹 遺꾩쓽 닔솕 몴쁽쓣 쁺뼱濡 넻뿭빐 二쇱뀲뿀뒿땲떎.


 

솃럹씠吏 깉 떒옣

News Etc Published July 01, 2009

뿰援ъ떎 솃럹씠吏瑜 깉濡 떒옣븯뒿땲떎.