LINGUIST List 12.772

Tue Mar 20 2001

Calls: Artificial Intelligence, TABU-Day/general ling

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  1. Compulog Americas, Tools with Artificial Intelligence: ICTAI 2001
  2. Tanja Gaustad, TABU-Day: one-day conference on general linguistics

Message 1: Tools with Artificial Intelligence: ICTAI 2001

Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2001 09:08:05 -0700
From: Compulog Americas <iclp99pubcs.nmsu.edu>
Subject: Tools with Artificial Intelligence: ICTAI 2001



 The Thirteenth IEEE International Conference on 
 Tools with Artificial Intelligence

 November 7-9, 2001
 Dallas, Texas

 http://www.seas.smu.edu/~moldovan/ICTAI2001/


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The IEEE Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence is envisioned to 
foster the creation and transfer of ideas relating to artificial intelligence 
among academics, industry, and government agencies. It focuses on methodologies 
that can add the development of AI, as well as the demanding issues involved 
in turning these methodologies into practical tools. Thus, this conference 
encompasses the technical aspects of specifying, developing, and evaluating 
theoretical and applied mechanisms that can serve as tools for developing 
intelligent systems and pursuig artificial intelligence applications. 

Additional Information about the conference can be found in the 
conference web page:

		www.seas.smu.edu/~moldovan/ICTAI2001/


Submission Guidelines:
======================

Authors are requested to submit a double-spaced manuscript in electronic 
form (pdf or postscript) to the Program Chair (moldovanengr.smu.edu). 
The manuscript should be in English, maximum 20 pages, including an abstract 
and a list of subject areas. The submission deadline is June 15, 2001. 
Each submission must report an unpublished original work and be accompanied 
by a cover letter that indicates the contact authors and appropriate subject 
areas that the paper can be classified under.
Authors will be notified of acceptance by July 10, 2001 and will be given 
instructions for camera-ready versions of their papers at that time. 
Outstanding papers will be eligible for publication in the International 
Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools and for receiving the C. V. 
Ramamoorthy Best Paper award. 
Panel organizers are requested to submit a panel proposal consisting of a 
position statement and a list of panelists to the program chair by June 5, 
2001. Panel organizers will be notified of acceptance by by June 30, 2001. 

Important Dates:
================
 June 15, 2001: Full Papers due
 July 10, 2001: Notification of acceptance
 August 25, 2001: Author registration due
 August 25, 2001: Camera Ready papers due
 November 7-9, 2001: ICTAI 2001 Conference

Conference Officials:
=====================

		General Chair: Arvind Bansal (Kent State U.)
		Program Chair: Dan Moldovan (Southern Methodist U.)

		Steering Committee:
				N. Bourbakis (Wright State U.)
				C.V. Ramamoorthy (U. of California, Berkeley)
				J. Tsai (U. of Illinois, Chicago)
				B. Wah (U. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)

		Program Committee:
				F. Bastani (U. Texas Dallas, USA)
 D. Cook (U. Texas Arlington, USA)
 F. Golshani (Arizona State University, USA)
				G. Gupta (U. Texas Dallas, USA)
 B. Hamidzadeh (U. British Columbia, Canada) 
 S. Harabagiu (Southern Methodist U., USA)
			 R. Rao Kotagiri (U. of Melbourne, Australia)	
 S. Maiorano (USA) 
 B. Manaris (College of Charleston, USA) 
 Miura (Kyoto University, Japan) 
 H. Vafaie (Logicon Federal Data, USA) 
 M. Simina (Tulane University, USA) 
				V. Tam (National University of Singapore)
 T. Yukawa (NTT, Japan) 
 W. Zadrozny (IBM, USA)) 

		Publicity Chair: 
				E. Pontelli (New Mexico State U.)

		Registration Chair:
				N. Bourbakis (Wright State U.)
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Message 2: TABU-Day: one-day conference on general linguistics

Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2001 16:53:40 +0100 (MET)
From: Tanja Gaustad <tanjalet.rug.nl>
Subject: TABU-Day: one-day conference on general linguistics


CALL FOR PAPERS

TABU-Day: one-day conference on general linguistics
22 June 2001
University of Groningen


TABU-Day is an annual one-day conference on general linguistics, 
organised by the University of Groningen. The conference languages are 
Dutch and English. TABU-Day 2001 will be held on Friday, June 22, at 
the following location

 Harmonie Building,
 Oude Kijk in 't Jatstraat 26,
 Groningen, The Netherlands

This year's keynote lectures will be given by Prof. Keith Johnson,
Associate Professor of Linguistics at the Linguistics Department, Ohio
State University, and Prof. Henk Verkuyl, Professor of the Linguistics
Section of the Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS.

Abstracts are invited, for presentations in all aspects of linguistics. 
The presentations are 20 minutes in length followed by 5 minutes of 
discussion. The abstract deadline is May 25, 2001. In principle,
TABU-Day accepts all submissions.

Abstracts should not exceed 400 words and can be in either Dutch or 
English. An abstract should contain the title of the paper, the author's 
name, address, affiliation, e-mail address, and phone number, the abstract 
text, and any requirements for special equipment. Authors should submit 
abstracts via e-mail as a plain ASCII file. If e-mail submission is not 
possible, please contact the organisers. 

Please send your abstracts to the following address: tanjalet.rug.nl.

Information will be posted on our Web site
( http://www.let.rug.nl/tabu/2001 ) as it becomes available. A second e-mail
circular containing more information on the conference will be sent
out in June 2000 to all members of CLCG, COLIBRI, LOT and
Neder-List. If you are not a member of one of these but would like to
receive the second e-mail, please let us know. 

The organisers,

Tanja Gaustad, Rogier Blokland, and Victor Sanchez

Faculty of Letteren
University of Groningen
PO Box 716
NL-9700 AS Groningen
E-mail tanjalet.rug.nl
Phone + 31 50 363 59 77
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