LINGUIST List 11.1352

Mon Jun 19 2000

Calls: Typology, Research/Intelligent Systems

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  1. Bernard Comrie, Reflexive and middle: typological approaches
  2. Colleen Seifert, RESEARCH FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT: Research in Intelligent Systems

Message 1: Reflexive and middle: typological approaches

Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2000 21:28:13 +0100
From: Bernard Comrie <comrieeva.mpg.de>
Subject: Reflexive and middle: typological approaches

[Posting requested by Bernard Comrie, on behalf of Ahmed Brahim.]

Call for abstracts
The Faculty of Letters (Group Language and Metalanguage) of the University
of Tunis II is organizing an international conference, sponsored by ALT
(Association for Linguistic Typology), on the topic "Reflexive and middle:
typological approaches", on 15-17 March 2001 in Tunis. Those interested are
asked to send the title of their paper and an abstract of 200 words to
Prof. Ahmed Brahim (e-mail: Ahmed.Brahimflm.rnu.tn; fax +216 1 600 910)
before 15 November 2000.

Appel � communication
La Facult� de Lettres (Equipe Langage et M�talangage) de l'Universit� de
Tunis II organise un colloque international, patronn� par l'ALT
(Association for Linguistic Typology), sur le th�me "R�fl�chi et moyen:
approches typologiques", et ce les 15-17 mars 2001 � Tunis. Les personnes
int�ress�es sont pri�es d'envoyer le titre de leur communication et un
r�sum� de 200 mots � M. Ahmed Brahim (courrier �lectronique:
Ahmed.Brahimflm.rnu.tn; t�l�copieur +216 1 600 910) avant le 15 novembre
2000.

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Prof. Dr. Bernard Comrie Director, Department of Linguistics

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Inselstrasse 22 tel +49 341 99 52 301
D-04103 Leipzig NEW 01/00 tel secretary +49 341 99 52 315
Germany fax +49 341 99 52 119

E-mail: comrieeva.mpg.de
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Message 2: RESEARCH FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT: Research in Intelligent Systems

Date: Fri, 16 Jun 2000 12:18:37 -0400
From: Colleen Seifert <seifertumich.edu>
Subject: RESEARCH FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT: Research in Intelligent Systems


NASA is soliciting proposals from the Computational Sciences research
community for new and innovative research, applied research, and pilot
projects, which will advance information systems technology required
by future NASA missions. In particular, NRA2-37143 solicits truly
novel approaches to address the need for advancements in fundamental
technologies, methods, and processes in four areas: Automated
Reasoning, Intelligent Data Understanding, Revolutionary Computing,
and Human-Centered Computing. Human-Centered Computing (HCC) is an
interdisciplinary effort to design and model entire work environments
in which teams of humans and networks of machines are effectively
integrated. Better models of human cognitive abilities -- attention,
concentration, memory, conceptual structure, decision-making,
learning, and higher-level perception -- will provide the basis for
the principled design of computational capabilities. Research in
design tool software, human information flow modeling, cognitive
task/work analysis, decision making under stress, psychophysiological
reactivity, multi-person performance modeling, and work process
modeling is needed.

Participation in this NRA is open to U.S. citizens in industry,
educational institutions, nonprofit organizations, and U.S. Government
agencies. The range of awards is expected to be from $200K per year
for individual PI or small team research, to $1M per year for larger
team or collaborative efforts.

Step 1 Proposals Due: 1:30 pm, PDT, July 11, 2000
Step 2 Proposals Due: 2 months after notification 
To view the complete announcement, visit 
http://ic.arc.nasa.gov/ic/nra/NRA2-37143.pdf
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