About The Conference

The International Conference on Speech and Computer (SPECOM) has become a regular event since the first SPECOM that was held in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, in October 1996. 25 years ago, SPECOM was established by the St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SPIIRAS). SPECOM is a conference with a long tradition that attracts researchers in the area of computer speech processing, including recognition, synthesis, understanding etc. and related domains like signal processing, language and text processing, computational paralinguistics, multi–modal speech processing or human–computer interaction. The SPECOM International Conference is an ideal platform for know-how exchange – especially for experts working on Slavic or other highly inflectional languages – including both, under-resourced and regular well-resourced languages.

SPECOM Proceedings are published by the Springer Nature publisher as a book in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence) LNCS/LNAI series listed in all major citation databases such as Scopus, Web of Science, DBLP, etc.

SPECOM series is included in the “Top Computer Science Conferences” list of Guide2Research.

List of Conferences

SPECOM-2011, Kazan
SPECOM-2009, St. Petersburg
SPECOM-2007, Moscow
SPECOM-2006, St. Petersburg
SPECOM-2005, Patras, Greece
SPECOM-2004, St. Petersburg
SPECOM-2003, Moscow
SPECOM-2002, St. Petersburg
SPECOM-2001, Moscow
SPECOM-2000, St. Petersburg
SPECOM-1999, Moscow
SPECOM-1998, St. Petersburg
SPECOM-1997, Romania
SPECOM-1996, St. Petersburg


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