LINGUIST List 12.2174

Thu Sep 6 2001

Calls: Pacific Asia/PACLIC, Practical Ling/Japanese

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  1. Lee, Min-Haeng, Pacific Asia Conf on Lang/Information/Computation (PACLIC 16)
  2. mminami, Practical Linguistics of Japanese (ICPLJ)

Message 1: Pacific Asia Conf on Lang/Information/Computation (PACLIC 16)

Date: Mon, 3 Sep 2001 21:03:13 +0900
From: Lee, Min-Haeng <leemhyonsei.ac.kr>
Subject: Pacific Asia Conf on Lang/Information/Computation (PACLIC 16)

	

SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT
	
	
The Korean Society of Language and Information is pleased to announce that
the 16th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation
(PACLIC 16) will be held at Jeju Island, Korea, on January 31- February 2,
2002. The conference is an annual meeting of scholars in theoretical and
computational linguistics from the Pacific Asia region. The aim of the
conference is to provide a forum for recent work in various areas of
linguistics and is to bring together researchers from various active areas
in theoretical and computational linguistics. (The conference site Jeju,
sometimes romanized as Cheju, is an island located south of the Korean
peninsula and enjoys a semi-tropical climate and a culture of its own. It is
known as the Isle of Gods and often called Hawaii of Korea. Right after the
conference, the Island will also host World Cup 2002.)

Extended abstracts are invited on unpublished research on all aspects of
both theoretical and computational linguistics, including, but not limited
to: morphology, phonology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, discourse
analysis, typology, corpus linguistics, formal grammar theory, natural
language processing, natural language systems and related computer
applications.

Abstracts should at least be 6 A4 pages long (about 1,500 words), using 11pt
fonts and double line spacing throughout, with the title of the paper, the
name(s) of the author(s), affiliation(s), postal address, and e-mail address
for correspondence on a separate page. Accepted papers will be published in
the Conference Proceedings. A camera-ready full paper is expected to be
about 10 A4 pages with single line spacing. We envisage a meeting with two
invited keynote addresses.

The deadline for abstract submission is 30 September 2001. Electronic
submissions are preferred. Acceptable file formats are PostScript (.ps),
Portable Document Format (.pdf), MS Word (.doc), and plain text. Please
send your file in an attachment to paclic16paclic.org.

For hard copy submissions, please send 4 copies, printed double-sided, to:

 Program Committee of the PACLIC 16
 Prof. Ik-Hwan Lee
Dept. of English
 Yonsei University
Seoul 120-749
Republic of Korea

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission deadline (extended abstract): September 30
 Notification of acceptance: October 31
 Submission of camera-ready papers: November 30
Conference date: January 31 - February 2, 2002
	
INVITED SPEAKERS:

Erhard W. Hinrichs, University of Tuebingen, GERMANY
Kiyong Lee, Korea University, KOREA


REGISTRATION

 Registration fee:
 US$ 100, before NOVEMBER 30
 US$ 120, after DECEMBER 1, and on-site.

Registration beginning: September 1
	
More information about the conference venue, accommodation, method of
payment, and so forth will be soon available on http://www.paclic.org.
	
Further inquiries about the conference should be addressed to
paclic16paclic.org or (Tel.) ++ 82 2 961 0892 or (Fax) ++ 82 2
2123 2338
or
Secretary General
Organizing Committee of the PACLIC 16
 Prof. Minhaeng Lee
Dept. of German
 Yonsei University
Seoul 120-749
Republic of Korea

CONFERENCE CHAIR
Suk-Jin Chang Seoul National University, Korea

ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Akira Ikeya Toyo Gakuen University, Japan (co-chair)
Jason S. Chang Tsing Hua University, Taiwan (co-chair)
Chu-Ren Huang Academia Sinica, Taiwan (co-chair)
Chungmin Lee Seoul National University, Korea (co-chair)
Young-Hern Lee Chosun University, Korea (co-chair)
Kim Teng Lua National University of Singapore, Singapore (co-chair)
Byung-Soo Park Kyung Hee University, Korea (co-chair)
Benjamin K. T'sou City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong (co-chair)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Chair: Yong-Beom Kim Kwangwoon University, Korea
Secretary General: Minhaeng Lee Yonsei University, Korea

Members:

Zhao-ming Gao National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Yasunari Harada Waseda University, Japan
Masahito Kawamori NTT Research Labs, Japan
Yuji Matsumoto Nara Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Tom b.y Lai The City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Chang-Ik Lee Cheju National University, Korea
Ki-Suk Lee Cheju National University, Korea
Yosong Park Cheju National University, Korea
Shu-chuan Tseng Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Kam-fai Wong The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Chair: Ik-Hwan Lee Yonsei University, Korea
Co-Chair: Key-Sun Choi Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology,
Korea

Members:
	
Jae-Woong Choe Korea University, Korea
Roland Hausser The University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Erhard W. Hinrichs The University of Tuebingen, Germany
Dong Hong Ji Kent Ridge Digital Labs, Singapore
Akira Ishikawa Sophia University, Japan
Kiyoshi Ishikawa Hosei University, Japan
Xu Jie National University of Singapore, Singapore
Makoto Kanazawa Tokyo University, Japan
Beom-Mo Kang Korea University, Korea
Andreas Kathol UC Berkeley, USA
Sue-jin Ker Soochow University, Taiwan
Jong-Bok Kim Kyung Hee University, Korea
Olivia Kwong The City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Robert Luk The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Toshiyuki Ogihara Kanda Gaigo University, Japan
Peter Sells Stanford Univ., USA
Young-Eun Yoon Ewha University, Korea
Kei Yoshimoto Tohoku University, Japan
Lily I-Wen Su National Taiwan University, Taiwan
John Whitman Cornell University, USA

	
	
	
	
	
	
	
	
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Message 2: Practical Linguistics of Japanese (ICPLJ)

Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2001 20:04:42 -0700
From: mminami <mminamisfsu.edu>
Subject: Practical Linguistics of Japanese (ICPLJ)

The Third Biennial International Conference on Practical Linguistics of
Japanese (ICPLJ)
Final Call for Papers

March 22 & 23, 2002
San Francisco State University

Keynote Speaker: Wesley M. Jacobsen, Harvard University

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Aims and Scope
*	ICPLJ is intended to bring together researchers on the 
cutting edge of Japanese linguistics and to offer a forum in which 
their research results can be presented in a form that is useful to 
those desiring practical applications in the fields of teaching 
Japanese as a second/foreign language and computer-assisted language 
learning (CALL) technology.
*	All topics in linguistics will be fully considered, 
including: phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, lexicon, 
pragmatics (discourse analysis), second language acquisition 
(bilingualism).
*	Abstracts submitted must represent original, unpublished research.

Publication
A book of selected papers presented at the conference will be 
published by Kurosio Publishers, Japan. The publication of the 
papers enables the ideas from the conference to reach an even larger 
audience around the world, further benefiting countless researchers, 
teachers, and their students.

Conference Language
The length of each presentation will be thirty minutes (20 minutes 
for exposition, 10 minutes for questions). Presentations may be in 
either English or Japanese.

Submission Guidelines
All submissions should be mailed and postmarked by October 15, 2001. 
(We regret that we cannot accept submissions by fax or e-mail.)
*	Three copies of a clearly titled one-page summary, on which 
the author is not identified (on A4 or letter-size paper, in 12 point 
type, with at least 1.25 inch [approximately 3 cm] margins on all 
sides). This summary will be used for review, as well as for 
inclusion in the conference program book if your abstract is 
accepted. Examples, figures, tables, and references may be given on 
a second page. Please note the following: (1) All conference papers 
will be selected on the basis of summaries submitted. (2) Any 
information that may reveal your identity should not be included in 
the summary. (3) Summaries will be accepted in Japanese or English. 
(4) If the language in which you would like to give your presentation 
differs from the language of your written summary, please let us 
know. (5) No changes in the title or the authors' names will be 
possible after acceptance. (6) You may be requested to send in a 
copy of your summary (in MS-Word format) on a PC or MAC formatted 
disk.
*	For each author, please attach one copy of the information 
form printed at the bottom of this sheet

Deadline
All submissions must be received by October 15, 2001.
(Please do not send summaries by e-mail or fax. Information 
regarding the previous conference may be accessed at: 
http://www.sfsu.edu/~japanese/conference/.)
Of interest to researchers and teachers of the Japanese language! 
Feel free to forward this message to interested colleagues!

Send submissions to:
Dr. Masahiko Minami, Conference Chair
Third Biennial International Conference on Practical Linguistics of 
Japanese (ICPLJ)
Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132
Telephone: (415) 338-7451
e-mail: mminamisfsu.edu

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Author Information Form (fill out one form completely for each author)

Paper Title:

Topic area:
Audiovisual requests:

Full name:
Affiliation:

Address:
E-mail:
Phone number:
FAX number (if available)

*	To accommodate as many papers as possible, we reserve the 
right to limit each submitter to one paper in any authorship status.
*	If your paper is not one of those initially selected for oral 
presentation, please indicate whether you would be willing to have it 
considered as an alternate or for poster presentation:

	_____ 	Yes, consider me as an alternate if necessary.
	_____ 	Yes, consider me for poster presentation if necessary.
	_____ 	No, please do not consider me either as an alternate 
or for poster presentation.
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