The Language Information Processing and Social Computing (LIPSC) Laboratory, founded in April 2016, is affiliated with theSchool of Computer Science and Technology. This team consistsof 2 professors and 1 associate professor. Our research interests cover a wide range of topics in Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing and Social Computing, including word sense disambiguation and prediction, syntactic and semantic parsing, information extraction, Question-Answer system and Chinese language information processing. Particularly, this team focuses on semantic parsing (i.e. Abstract Meaning Presentation (AMR) parsing) for English and Chinese, as well as their applications.