LINGUIST List 10.815

Tue May 25 1999

Calls: Comp Ling, Terminology & Knowledge Engineering

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  1. Priscilla Rasmussen, ACL'01 Site Proposals
  2. Peter Sandrini, TKE'99 registration

Message 1: ACL'01 Site Proposals

Date: Thu, 20 May 99 18:14:24 EDT
From: Priscilla Rasmussen <rasmussecs.rutgers.edu>
Subject: ACL'01 Site Proposals



 Call for Bids to Host ACL/EACL'01

The Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) hereby invites
proposals to host the 39th Annual Meeting of the ACL (ACL'01) together
with the 10th Conference of its European Chapter in Europe (including
neigbouring countries like Israel or Turkey). International ACL
conferences are usually held at the end of July.

The proposal submission process is in two stages. First, draft
proposals are sought from prospective proposers. Based on the
evaluation of the draft proposals, selected proposers will be invited
to submit full proposals. The intent of a request for draft proposals
is to minimize the labor and costs associated with the production of
full proposals.


Draft proposals are due on 15 June 1999. Draft proposals are evaluated
competitively at the ACL Executive Meeting on 22 June 1999 after
consultation with the EACL Board. Selected proposers will be informed
electronically before 26 June 1999. Full proposals are due on 15
August 1999.

Draft proposals should include:

- Location (accessibility, conference venue, hotels, student dorms)
- Local CL Community
- Proposed Date
- Meeting Space (space for plenary sessions, tutorials, workshops, 
 posters, exhibits, demos and small meetings)
- A/V equipment
- Food/Entertainment/Banquet/Receptions
- Local Arrangements (chairs, committee, volunteer labor, registration
 handling)
- Sponsorships
- Budget estimates


Proposals will be evaluated in relation to a number of site selection
criteria (unordered):

- Experience of Local Arrangement team.
- Local CL community support.
- Local government and industry support.
- Accessibility and attractiveness of proposed site.
- Appropriateness of proposed dates.
- Adequacy of conference and exhibit facilities for the anticipated
 number of registrants 
- Adequacy of residence accommodations and food services in a range of
 price categories and close to the conference facilities.
- Adequacy of budget projections and expected surplus.
- Balance with regard to the geographical distribution of previous
 conferences.


Draft proposals should be sent electronically to 
the ACL Vice-President:

Prof. Wolfgang Wahlster
German Research Center for AI, DFKI GmbH
Stuhlsatzenhausweg 3
D-66123 Saarbr|cken, Germany
Fax: +49 681 302 5341
Email: wahlsterdfki.de


Submission Dates: 

Draft proposals are due on 15 June 1999; 
Full proposals are due on 15 August 1999.
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Message 2: TKE'99 registration

Date: Tue, 25 May 1999 08:42:47 +0100
From: Peter Sandrini <Peter.Sandriniuibk.ac.at>
Subject: TKE'99 registration


The 5th International Conference on 'Terminology and Knowledge
Engineering TKE'99' will take place in about three months in
Innsbruck, Austria (August 23-27, 1999). We would like to inform you
that registration is open (deadline for cheaper registration is June,
30).

Registration:
PCO-Tyrol Congress
Rennweg 3, A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
Phone +43 512 575600
Fax +43 512 575607
email: tyrol.congresstirol.com

The conference is subdivided into 8 sections with about 80 speakers.
Main topics are Philosophy of Science and Terminology Studies,
Knowledge Resource Management and all aspects of interdisciplinary
research regarding knowledge engineering, information & documentation,
classification theory, hyper- and multimedia applications,
computerised terminography, specialized translation and
culture-related aspects of the multilingual information society.

You will find the detailed congress programme at
 http://gtw-org.uibk.ac.at/tke.html

Pre-conference workshops will be organized on Monday August 23 and
Tuesday August 24 with congress registration in the morning. The
workshops offer an application-oriented approach to key issues. The
main conference with two and three parallel sections begins on
Wednesday August 25 and closes on Friday August 27.

Venue of TKE'99: 
University of Innsbruck
Innrain 52, A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
http://www.uibk.ac.at

Organiser:
Association for Terminology and Knowledge Transfer (GTW)
Fischnalerstr. 4, A-6020 Innsbruck
http://gtw-org.uibk.ac.at

The exhibition in the lobby of the conference rooms provides an 
opportunity for vendors or developers of software systems and 
publishing houses to show their products to a specific world-wide
audience. Please contact the exhibition organiser (deadline is June
30, 199): TermNet Simmeringer Hauptstr. 24 A-1110 Vienna, Austria
Phone +43 1 740 40 280 Fax +43 1 740 40 281 email termnettermnet.at

Looking forward to an interesting and stimulating conference

Yours sincerely

Peter Sandrini
(for the organising committee)
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