The Minnesota Natural Language Processing (NLP) Seminar is a venue for faculty, postdocs, students, and anyone else interested in theoretical, computational, and human-centric aspects of natural language processing to exchange ideas and foster collaboration.

The talks are every other Friday from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. (Central Time) during the semester.
Some of the talks have been recorded and are available through our 🎥 YouTube channel.

If you are interested in being enrolled in the seminar group and receiving announcements, please fill out this Google Form.

The current organizers are:

  • Karin de Langis (
  • Risako Owan (
  • Debarati Das (
  • Zae Myung Kim (

Also, if you have any questions or general comments, please reach out to us by

Seminar Calendar

  • Also available in iCal format here.

Spring 2022

Fall 2021