LINGUIST List 13.2253

Mon Sep 9 2002

Calls: Context, Generative Ling

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  1. Roberta Ferrario, Second CFP: CONTEXT'03, the Fourth International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context
  2. GLiP, GLiP-5: 3rd CFP

Message 1: Second CFP: CONTEXT'03, the Fourth International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context

Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 15:03:04 +0200
From: Roberta Ferrario <ferrixcs.unitn.it>
Subject: Second CFP: CONTEXT'03, the Fourth International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling and Using Context

 Second Call for Papers 
 +--------------------------------------------------------------+
 | |
 | CONTEXT'03 |
 | |
 | Fourth International and Interdisciplinary Conference on |
 | Modeling and Using Context |
 | |
 | Stanford, California (USA) |
 | June 18-20, 2003 |
 | |
 | (www.context.umcs.maine.edu/CONTEXT-03) |
 | |
 +--------------------------------------------------------------+

 
The Fourth International and Interdisciplinary Conference on Modeling
and Using Context, will provide a high-quality forum for discussions
about context among researchers active in artificial intelligence and
other areas of computer science, cognitive science, linguistics, the
organizational sciences, philosophy, and psychology.
 
Context affects a wide range of activities in humans and animals as
well as in artificial agents and other computer programs. The
importance of context is widely acknowledged, and "context" has become
an area of study in its own right, as evidenced by the numerous
workshops, symposia, seminars, and conferences held recently. CONTEXT,
the oldest conference series focusing on context, is unique due to its
strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research. Previous CONTEXT
conferences have been held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (CONTEXT'97),
Trento, Italy (CONTEXT'99), and Dundee, Scotland (CONTEXT'01). Each of
these brought together researchers in many disparate fields to discuss
and report on research on context-related topics.

The proceedings of CONTEXT'03 will be published in a Lecture Notes
series (http://www.springer.de/comp/lnai) of Springer-Verlag, as were
those of previous CONTEXT conferences.

TOPICS OF INTEREST

To guide potential submissions, a representative sampling of topics of
interest for CONTEXT'03 are as follows (in alphabetical order). This
is not an exhaustive list, and other contributions are welcome,
although all submissions must have a focus on context.

Analogy and Case-based Reasoning Autonomous Agents and
					Agent-based Systems
 Cognitive Modeling Commonsense Reasoning
 Context Issues in Databases 	 Context-aware Applications
 Contextual Effects on Language Contextual Effects on
					Problem-solving,
 Understanding and Production Decision-making, and
					Categorization
 Decision Support and Expert Systems Distributed Information Systems
 Formal Theories of Context Heterogeneous Information
					Integration
 Human-Computer Interaction Information Management
 Intelligent Tutoring Systems Intelligent/Semantic Web Systems
 Interagent Communication Knowledge Engineering and
					Management
 Knowledge Representation Machine Learning
 Multiagent Systems Natural Language Processing
 Neuroscience and Context Organizational Theory and Design
 Philosophical Foundations


SUBMISSION OF PAPERS

Since CONTEXT'03 will be an interdisciplinary forum, all submissions,
in addition to being evaluated for their technical merit, will be
evaluated for their accessibility to an interdisciplinary
audience. Works that transcend disciplinary boundaries are especially
encouraged. Papers will be accepted either for oral presentation or
for presentation at a poster session.

Each submission will be evaluated by three referees. Complete
formatting requirements and detailed instructions for authors can be
found on the conference Web page. Note that papers cannot be longer
than 14 pages. Papers must be submitted electronically--no hardcopy
submissions will be accepted without prior approval from the Program
Co-Chairs well in advance of the submission deadline. LaTeX and Word
templates are available at the conference Web page. Papers must be in
PDF format. See the conference Web page for instructions on
converting to this format from Word, LaTeX, etc.

Submitted papers should be received by the Program Co-Chairs no later
than January 6, 2003. The conference Web page contains instructions
for submitting papers electronically.

IMPORTANT DATES

Paper submission deadline.......................January 6, 2003
Notification of acceptance/rejection for all submissions.......
			 .......................March 6, 2003
Deadline for final versions of accepted papers..April 6, 2003
Conference......................................June 18-20, 2003

INVITED SPEAKERS

 (To Be Announced)

CONFERENCE CHAIR

 Fausto Giunchiglia (faustocs.unitn.it)
 Universita degli Studi di Trento, Italy 

PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS

 Patrick Blackburn (Patrick.Blackburnloria.fr) 
 LORIA, France

 Roy Turner (rmtumcs.maine.edu)
 University of Maine, USA

STEERING COMMITTEE

 Varol Akman (akmancs.bilkent.edu.tr)
 Bilkent University, Turkey

 Massimo Benerecetti (benecs.unitn.it)
 University of Naples, Italy

 Paolo Bouquet (bouquetcs.unitn.it)
 Universita degli Studi di Trento, Italy

 Patrick Brezillon (Patrick.Brezillonlip6.fr)
 University of Paris VI, France

 Chiara Ghidini (C.Ghidinicsc.liv.ac.uk)
 University of Liverpool, UK

 Boicho Kokinov (bkokinovnbu.bg)
 New Bulgarian University, Bulgaria

 John Perry (johncsli.stanford.edu)
 Stanford University, USA

 Francois Recanati (Francois.Recanatiehess.fr)
 L'Ecole Polytechnique, France

 Luciano Serafini (serafiniirst.itc.it)
 Istituto Trentino di Cultura (ITC), Italy

 Rich Thomason (richthomason.org)
 University of Michigan, USA

 Roger A. Young (R.A.YOUNGdundee.ac.uk)
 University of Dundee, UK


PROGRAM COMMITTEE

 Horacio Arlo-Costa 		Carnegie Mellon University, USA
 John Barnden			The University of Birmingham, UK
 Carla Bazzanella		Universita' degli Studi di 
					Torino, Italy
 John Bell			University of London, UK
 Jose Luis Bermudez		University of Stirling, UK
 Matteo Bonifacio		University of Trento, Italy
 Christo Dichev			Winston Salem State University, USA 
 Bruce Edmonds			Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
 Paul Feltovich			University of West Florida, USA
 Tim Fernando			Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
 Anita Fetzer			Universitaet Stuttgart
 Christopher Gauker		University of Cincinnati, USA
 Alain Giboin			INRIA, France
 Avelino Gonzalez		University of Central Florida, USA
 Jerry Hobbs			USC/ISI, USA
 Lucja Iwanska			LxLinks, Inc., Michigan, USA
 Ruth Kempson			King's College London, UK
 David Leake			Indiana University, USA
 Mark Maybury			MITRE Corporation, Massachusetts, USA
 Bernard Moulin			Universite' Laval, Canada
 Rolf Nossum			Agder University College, Norway
 Jean-Charles Pomerol		DRITT/Universite P and M Curie, France
 Marina Sbisa'			University of Trieste, Italy
 Munindar Singh			North Carolina State University, USA
 Steffen Staab			University of Karlsruhe, Germany
 Elise Turner			University of Maine, USA
 Peter Turney			National Research Council, 
					Ontario, Canada
 Johan van Benthem		University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
 Robert J. van den Bosch	Univ. Hospital Groningen, 
					The Netherlands
 Teun A. van Dijk		Universitat Pompeu Fabra,
					Barcelona, Spain
 Terry Winograd			Stanford University, USA


PUBLICITY CHAIR

 Roberta Ferrario (ferrixcs.unitn.it)
 Universita degli Studi di Trento, Italy


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 * For more information, see www.context.umcs.maine.edu. *
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Message 2: GLiP-5: 3rd CFP

Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 18:55:07 +0200 (CEST)
From: GLiP <glipvenus.ci.uw.edu.pl>
Subject: GLiP-5: 3rd CFP



				 GLiP-5

 GENERATIVE LINGUISTICS IN POLAND
 (morpho)syntactic meeting

Dates: 30 November -- 1 December 2002
Location: Warszawa (Warsaw)

Sponsored by the Institute of English Studies, 
 	 University of Warsaw
 		 and
 the Institute of Computer Science,
 Polish Academy of Sciences


INVITED SPEAKERS:
- --------------

Robert D. Borsley University of Essex
Gisbert Fanselow University of Potsdam


 3rd CALL FOR PAPERS
 -------------------

The primary aim of GLiP meetings is to bring together (i) Polish
generative linguists, (ii) generative linguists working in Poland, as
well as (iii) generative linguists working on Polish.

We invite abstracts on any aspect of generative syntax and/or
morphology in any generative approach: P&P (Minimalism, GB), HPSG,
LFG, OT, etc. Talks will be organized around major syntactic topics,
depending on the content of the submissions.

The format of the conference is 30 min for presentation + 15 min
question time. Languages of the conference are English and Polish.


PROGRAMME COMMITTEE:
- -----------------

Piotr BANSKI University of Warsaw
Robert D. BORSLEY University of Essex
Gisbert FANSELOW University of Potsdam
Steven FRANKS Indiana University
Adam PRZEPIORKOWSKI Polish Academy of Sciences
Gilbert C. RAPPAPORT University of Texas at Austin
Andrew SPENCER University of Essex


ACCOMODATION:
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Accommodation will be provided at the university hotel. For details
please see our web page (address below).


CONFERENCE FEES:
- -------------

Regular: 160 PLN
Student: 80 PLN


DATES:
- ---

DEADLINE for receipt of abstracts: 4 October 2002
Notification of acceptance: 26 October 2002
Meeting: 30 November -- 1 December 2002
Deadline for submissions of 
papers for the proceedings volume: 31 January 2003


ABSTRACTS:
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Should be *anonymous* (i.e., they should contain no personal data or
explicit self-references) and consist of up to 700 words, together
with examples and references.

Because abstract forwarding to referees will be done by e-mail
exclusively, the following are the possible formats of attachments, in
*descending* order of preference:

 (Plain Text) > PDF > Postscript > (La)TeX > Word for Windows '97

We regret to say that submissions in formats other than those listed
above will not be accepted.

In cases when there is no need to use special (e.g., phonetic) fonts,
we strongly encourage PLAIN TEXT submissions. If data involving
diacritics are quoted, please omit the diacritics unless they are
essential for the proper interpretation of the proposal -- in such
cases, use ASCII characters to mark them in some consistent way.

Should the electronic version of the abstract require special fonts,
please attach them as well. (We strongly discourage this practice
though, and reserve the right to ask for a resubmission in a different
format.)

Any (La)TeX should be self-contained, i.e., all external styles
(packages) should be enclosed.

Only one submission per person and one joint submission will be
considered.

Please note: do NOT send abstracts on diskettes. We will accept
*e-mail* submissions *exclusively*.


IMPORTANT: At the beginning of your email, in the plain text part of
 it, please supply the following information:

- name, title,
- title of the paper,
- affiliation,
- email address,
- snail mail address.


Unless you send the abstract as attachment, we request that you add
several blank lines between the personal information and the abstract
proper, to facilitate anonymous review.


ADDRESSES:
- -------

NOTE: ONLY *E-MAIL* SUBMISSIONS WILL BE CONSIDERED

Please send your abstracts to:

GLiP-5 Organizing Committee <glipvenus.ci.uw.edu.pl>


For MORE INFORMATION see:

http://venus.ci.uw.edu.pl/~glip/


PRELIMINARY REGISTRATION (IMPORTANT!):
- -----------------------------------

If you are (tentatively) interested in taking part in this workshop,
please, send your email address to GLiP-5 Organizing Committee
<glipvenus.ci.uw.edu.pl>. Most future announcements, changes, etc.,
will be mailed only to registered prospective participants (and not to
general linguistic lists).
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