LINGUIST List 12.1652

Sat Jun 23 2001

Calls: Lang Study in Europe, Intelligent Systems

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  1. Bert Cornillie, Societas Linguistica Europaea: SLE 2001
  2. ICSC-NAISO, Engineering of Intelligent Systems: ICSC-NAISO

Message 1: Societas Linguistica Europaea: SLE 2001

Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 09:43:49 +0200
From: Bert Cornillie <>
Subject: Societas Linguistica Europaea: SLE 2001

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The 34th International Conference of
the Societas Linguistica Europaea

Language Study in Europe at the turn of the Millennium:

Towards the integration of cognitive, historical and cultural approaches to

August 28-31 2001

Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - Belgium

The 34th SLE meeting will focus on recent advances in cognitive, historical
and cultural approaches in linguistic research.

The SLE 2001 website contains

- the full program
- the abstracts of the plenary sessions, the 200 papers and the 9 workshops
- information on the last minute registration (final deadline: July 15th 2001)


- Microvariation in the Syntax of Auxiliaries
- Early phases in the acquisition of lexicon and morphology by children
- Immersion and the issue of linguistic accuracy
- Translatorisches Handeln und interkulturelle Kommunikation
- Luxemburgisch: Synchronie und Diachronie
- Hard Science Linguistics
- Empirical methods in the new millennium: Linguistically Interpreted Corpora
- On top-down functionalism and bottom-up corpus research: can they meet?
- Translation and Institutions


Prof. Peter Auer (Universit�t Freiburg):
Prof. Jacques Fran�ois (Universit� de Caen)
Prof. Anthony Pym (Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona)
Prof. John Joseph (University of Edinburgh)
Prof. Pieter Seuren (Max Planck Instituut, Nijmegen)
Prof. Tove Skutnabb-Kangas (Roskilde Universitetscenter)
Prof. Gerd Wotjak (Universit�t Leipzig)


Prof. Nicole Delbecque (K.U.Leuven)
Prof. Dirk Geeraerts (K.U.Leuven)
Prof. Jos� Lambert (K.U.Leuven)
Prof. Pierre Swiggers (K.U.Leuven)
Prof. Johan van der Auwera (U. Antwerpen)
Ass. Bert Cornillie (K.U.Leuven)

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Bert Cornillie
Assistent Spaanse Taalkunde
K.U. Leuven
Erasmushuis, LW 01.22
tel. : ++ 32 16 32 47 65
fax : ++ 32 16 32 47 67
E-mail :
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Message 2: Engineering of Intelligent Systems: ICSC-NAISO

Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 09:43:49 +0200
Subject: Engineering of Intelligent Systems: ICSC-NAISO


Third International ICSC Symposium on 
University of Malaga
Malaga, Spain
September 24 - 27, 2002 

And the ISMC 2002 Workshop
Workshop on Information Systems for Mass Customization 
The EIS conference series pursue the synthesis of Artificial
Intelligence techniques with Control Engineering methods to produce
Intelligent Systems for Engineering applications. In recent years, the
combination of Control Engineering and extensive knowledge of AI
techniques has allowed scientists and practitioners to make a number
of significant contributions to this rapidly developing field, for
example in qualitative control, fuzzy qualitative simulation and model
based diagnosis, Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs), Genetic Algorithms
(GAs), Fuzzy Logic (FL), and Neuro-Fuzzy Systems (NFS).

The EIS conference series intend to provide researchers and
practitioners from industry and academia with a platform to report on
recent developments in the area of intelligent systems with focus on
applications of computational intelligence techniques to engineering
systems. The meeting will also provide a venue for dialogues between
software engineers, systems designers and knowledge engineers


Honary Chair
Witold Pedrycz
University of Alberta

General Chair
Jose Ruiz Gomez
Engineering and Automation University of Malaga

Vice Chair
Tatjana Welzer
University of Maribor

Artificial Immune Systems; Artificial Life; Case based Reasoning; Data
Mining; Chaos; Clustering; Constraint Satisfaction and Constraint
Programming; Expert Systems; Fuzzy Clustering; Fuzzy Control; Fuzzy
learning; Fuzzy Modelling; Genetic Algorithm; Hybrid Systems;
Intelligent Agents; Reasoning with Intervals; Knowledge Extraction;
Machine Learning; Model based Reasoning; Multi Agent Systems; Neural
Networks; Qualitative Reasoning; Wavelets Topics Applications
Concurrent Engineering; Condition Monitoring and Control; Damage
Assessment; Data Mining and Knowledge Extraction; Design; Emerging
Organizational Forms; Fault Detection; Hardware Implementations; Image
Processing and Computer Vision; Industrial Diagnostics; Management;
Medicine Robotics; Mobile robots; Monitoring and Control; Multimedia;
Natural Language Processing; Pattern Recognition; Product Development;
Resource Allocation; Remote Sensing; Robotics; Security; Sensors
fusion; Signal Processing; Speech Processing and Recognition;
Teledetection; Teleoperation

Workshop on Information Systems for Mass Customization 

Prof. Dr. Claus Rautenstrauch
Business Information Systems
Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg Germany 

PD Dr. Klaus Turowski
Chair of Business Information Systems
University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich Germany 

Topics ISMC 2002
Product configurators for mass customization, product catalogues 
Ad hoc generating of product data, ad hoc planning 
IT support for inter-company communication and coordination 
Web-based techniques, E-Commerce approaches, XML, XML/EDI 
Virtual enterprises for mass customization 
Procurement automation 
Supply chain management 
Production networks 
Intelligent planning/coordination, multi-agent systems 
Case studies 
Service individualization 
Mass customization concepts
Please send proposed papers for the ISMC 2002 to the chairs of the workshop

L. Acosta, University of La Laguna Tenerife, Spain 
L. Almeida, INESC, Lisbon, Portugal 
E. Alpaydin, Bogazici University Istanbul, Turkey 
P. Anderson, RIT, Rochester NY, USA 
A. Baith Mohamed, Arab Academy For Science & Technology, Alex, Egypt
R. Babuska, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands 
B. Barbat, University of Sibiu, Romania 
P. Bosc, IRISA/ENSSAT, France 
H. Bothe, University of Oerebro, Sweden 
R. Brown, ManSA, Australia 
J. Cabestany, Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain 
A. Garcia Cerezo, University of Malaga, Spain 
A. Cichocki, FRP, RIKEN, Japan 
R. Conejo, Universidad de Malaga, Spain 
B. Cremilleux, University de Caen, France 
D. Dasgupta, University of Memphis, USA 
D. Driankov, Links^ping University, Sweden 
R. De Keyser, University of Gent, Belgium 
A. Dobnikar, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia 
D. Driankov, University of Oerebro, Sweden
T. Durrani, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
C. Fyfe, University of Paisley, Scotland, United Kingdom
R. Gallard, Universidad Nacional de San Luis, Argentina 
Z. Gomolka, Uniwersytet Szczecinski, Szczecin, Poland 
A. Gunasekaran, University of Massachusetts, USA 
F. Gurgen, Bogazici University, Turkey/Australia 
D. Heiss-Czedik, TU Vienna, Austria 
M. Heiss, Siemens Vienna, Austria 
H. Hellendoorn, Siemens Nederland B.V., The Netherlands 
R. Howlett, University of Brighton, United Kingdom 
A. Hussain, University of Stirling, United Kingdom 
E. Ifeachor, University of Plymouth, United Kingdom 
C. Irgens, University of the West of England, United Kingdom
M. Jamshidi, University of New Mexico, USA 
C.A. Kaestner, Centro Federal de Educacao Tecnologica do Parana, Curitita,, Brazil 
I. Kalaykov, Oerebro University, Sweden 
G. Kock, GMD FIRST, Berlin, Germany 
P. Kokol, University of Maribor, Slovenia 
N. Krueger, Christian-Albrechts-Universitat, Germany
K. Kurbel, University Viadrina Frankfurt, Germany 
B. Lees, University of Paisley, United Kingdom 
T.Y. Lin, San Jose State University , USA 
G.N. Marichal, Universoty of La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain
E. Massad, University of Sao Paolo, Brazil 
Tsutomu Miki , Fuzzy Logic Systems Institute, Fukuoka, Japan 
L. Moreno, University of La Laguna Tenerife, Spain 
M. Nakajima, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan 
Ch. Nguyen, Catholic University of America, USA 
C. Orlowski, University of Gdansk, Poland 
J.A. Ortega, Departamento de Lenguajes y Sistemas Informaticos 
G. Palm, University of Ulm, Germany 
K. Passino, The Ohio State University, USA 
I. Philippow, Technical University Illmenau, Germany 
H. Prade, Universite Paul Sabatier, France 
C. Rautenstrauch, University of Magdeburg, Germany 
B. Reusch, University of Dortmund, Germany 
B. Roffel, University of Twente, The Netherlands 
N. Steele, Coventry University, United Kingdom 
E. Szczerbicki, University of Newcastle, Australia 
Tan Kok Kiong 
A. Tharumarajah, CSIRO, Australia 
H. Tian, Tongji University Shanghai, P.R. China 
K. Turowski, University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich,Germany 
M. Ulieru, University of Calgary, Canada 
H.B. Verbruggen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands 
J.L. Verdegay, University of Granada, Spain 
D. Wend, University of Duisburg, Germany 
K. Zreik, University of Caen, France 

Important Dates
Submission Deadline	November 30, 2001 
Notification Deadline	February 28, 2002 
Final Manuscripts + Pre-registration	April 15, 2002 
Registration	May 30, 2002

Conference Organizer:
ICSC- NAISO The Netherlands (Operating Division)
P.O. Box 1091
3360 BB Sliedrecht, The Netherlands
Phone: 	+31-184-496999, Fax: +31-184-421065	(Operating Division) 	(Planning Division)

Regular Papers
Prospective authors are requested to submit a paper of max. 7 pages
through the website of the conference organizer. All papers must be
written in English, starting with a succinct statement of the problem,
the results achieved, their significance and a comparison with
previous work.

Poster Presentations
Poster presentations are encouraged for people who wish to receive
peer feedback for their work. Practical examples of applied research
are particularly welcome. Papers discussing the respective posters
will be included in the conference proceedings.

Invited Session
The organization of Invited Sessions is encouraged. Prospective
organizers are requested to send a session proposal - consisting of
4-5 invited papers - to the General Chair and the ICSC-NAISO Planning
Division. Invited Sessions should preferably start with the title and
the purpose of the session and a tutorial paper. The registration fee
of the session organizer will be waived, if at least 4 authors of
invited papers register to the conference.

Proposals for workshops are encouraged. However, work-shops should be
clearly distinct from paper sessions, focusing on experimental work,
hands-on experience, case studies, games, interactive exercises, and
open discussions. Proposals should include a concise outline of the
nature of the workshop and the expected outcome (2-3 pages).

Proposals for half-day tutorials (three hours) should clearly indicate
the topic, background knowledge expected of the participants,
objectives, time allocations for the major course topics, and the
qualifications of the instructor(s).

Contributions are welcome from those working in the industry as well
as from academics. The conference language is English. Details for all
types of submissions are available at the conference website
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