2017. (with Seongmin Mun and Kyungwon Lee). A visual approach for text analysis using multiword topics. EuroVis 2017, Jun 2017, Barcelona, Spain. Anna Puig Puig; Tobias Isenberg, Eurographics, EuroVis 2017 – Posters.
2016. “Addressing long-standing semantic annotation issues with word vectors”. Nouvelles approches du corpus en linguistique anglaise (NACLA1), 9-10 June 2016, Université d’Avignon, France.
2015. “Assessing the productivity of multiple-slot constructions with vocabulary growth curves: how big should the corpus be?” 8-10 April 2015. EngCorpora 2015 (English linguistics and corpora), Université Paris Est Créteil, France.
2013a. With A. Chambaz, “Teasing apart near-synonymous constructions with targeted learning: a tale of corpus linguistics, causality, and statistics”. 5th international conference of the French Cognitive Linguistics Association (AFLiCo 5), “Empirical approaches to multi-modality and linguistic variation”, Villeneuve-d”Ascq France.
2013b. “What collostruction asymmetries reveal as to the productivity of constructions”. Journée ATALA-Labex EFL – Inalco, Paris, France.
2012. “Quite new methods for a rather old issue: visualizing the constructional idiosyncrasies of quite and rather in the BNC with multivariate statistics”. ICAME 33, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
2011a. “Quantitative measures of cognitive synonymy: a corpus study of English moderators (rather, quite, pretty, and fairly)”. Workshop “Empirical approaches to social cognition and emergent language structure” (convenors: D. Glynn et K. Krawczak). 44th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Universidad de la Rioja, Logroño, Spain.
2011b. “Quantifying (im)politeness in directives: a multifactorial analysis of hedges in American English”. Linguistic Impoliteness & Rudeness in Communication and Society, University of Lyons 3, France.
2011c. “Les adverbes de degré rather, quite, pretty et fairly: approche qualitative et quantitative”. 51st SAES conference, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3 & Université Denis-Diderot-Paris 7, France.
2008a. “Leaving politeness aside: Construction Grammar and socio-pragmatics as an alternative to Face Theory”. 8th Conference of the French Society of Japanese Studies, University Charles de Gaulle – Lille 3, France.
2008b. “Constructions, mental representations, and identities: the case of pseudo-directive constructions”. International conference Language, Communication and Cognition, Brighton, UK.
2006. “Towards a cognitive model of variation and language change centered on constructional fuzziness”. 2nd Biennial Conference on Cognitive Science (Cogsci 2006), St. Petersburg, Russia.
2005. “What does it mean for a construction to be constructed? Cognitive arguments for a ‘fuzzy construction grammar'”. First International AFLiCo Conference, “Du fait grammatical au fait cognitif (From Gram to Mind)”, Bordeaux, France.
2004. “Linear versus compositional aspects of form/function reanalysis in the description of intermediate situation types of grammaticalizing constructions”. International Conference on Construction Grammar (ICCG3), Marseilles, France.
2003a. “Want to/wanna: Verbal Polysemy versus Constructional Compositionality”. The 29th Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, University of California, Berkeley, USA.
2003b. “Emerging Modals : an Integrative Approach”. 8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Universidad de la Rioja, Logroño, Spain.