LINGUIST List 13.3298

Sat Dec 14 2002

Calls: Corpora/Lang, Interaction, Culture

Editor for this issue: Karolina Owczarzak <karolinalinguistlist.org>


As a matter of policy, LINGUIST discourages the use of abbreviations or acronyms in conference announcements unless they are explained in the text.

Directory

  1. hansen, Linguistically Interpreted Corpora, Budapest Hungary
  2. call_me_val75, Language, Interaction, and Culture, CA USA

Message 1: Linguistically Interpreted Corpora, Budapest Hungary

Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 09:56:24 +0000
From: hansen <hansencoli.uni-sb.de>
Subject: Linguistically Interpreted Corpora, Budapest Hungary


4th International Workshop on Linguistically Interpreted Corpora

Short Title: LINC-03
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Date: 14-Apr-2003 - 14-Apr-2003 
Call Deadline: 07-Jan-2003

Web Site: http://www.coli.uni-sb.de/linc03
Contact Person: Silvia Hansen
Meeting Email: hansencoli.uni-sb.de

Linguistic Subfield(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics 

Meeting Description: 

A workshop to be held at EACL-03 the 11th Conference of the European
Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics

http://www.conferences.hu/EACL03
http://www.coli.uni-sb.de/linc03 

ORGANIZED BY:

Anne Abeill� (Paris 7 & LLF, Paris)
Silvia Hansen (Saarland University, Saarbr�cken)
Hans Uszkoreit (Saarland University & DFKI, Saarbr�cken)


TOPIC AND MOTIVATION:

Large linguistically interpreted corpora play an increasingly
important role for machine learning, evaluation, psycholinguistics as
well as theoretical linguistics. Many groups have started to create
corpus resources annotated with morphological, syntactic, semantic and
discourse information for a variety of languages. Linguistic
annotation may consist of morphological analyses, trees, dependencies,
grammatical relations, word senses, (co)references, information
structure, semantic representations, discourse relations and other
types of linguistic information.

We aim to bring together these activities in order to facilitate
advanced and efficient corpus annotations which will provide re-usable
resources.

The workshop will also provide a forum for reports on the scientific
and technological exploitation of interpreted corpora in general,
computational or psycholinguistics. Such reports on exploitation
results are valuable for the comparison of alternative approaches and
will thus serve as feedback to ongoing and new corpus annotation
efforts.

We invite submissions of papers constituting substantial, original,
and unpublished work on all aspects of linguistically interpreted
corpora, including, but not limited to:

- creation of practical annotation schemes
- efficient annotation techniques including automation
- tools supporting corpus conversions
- consistency checking and validation
- tools and methods for searching and browsing
- qualitative and quantitative studies based on
 linguistically interpreted corpora
- technological advances achieved by the 
 exploitation of interpreted corpora

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE:

Anne Abeill� (co-chair), Paris
Thorsten Brants, Palo Alto
John Carroll , Sussex
Tomaz Erjavec, Ljubljana
Silvia Hansen (co-chair), Saarbr�cken
Frank Keller, Edinburgh
Stephan Oepen, Stanford
Laurent Romary, Nancy
Geoffrey Sampson, Sussex
Kiril Simov, Sofia
Hans Uszkoreit (co-chair), Saarbr�cken
Jean Veronis, Aix-en-Provence
Atro Voutilainen, Helsinki
Jakub Zavrel, Antwerp


SCHEDULE:

7 January 2003: Deadline for submitted papers
28 January 2003: Notification of acceptance
13 February 2003: Camera ready copy
14 April 2003: Workshop

REGISTRATION:

Please refer to the main conference web page 
(http://www.conferences.hu/EACL03/) for registration details.


SUBMISSIONS:

Please send submissions in English as Postscript or PDF (preferably by
email) to the address below. Maximum length is 8 pages, formatted in
the same way as for the main conference (see
http://ufal.ms.mff.cuni.cz/~hajic/eacl03/submission.html for paper
format guidelines).
Mail to author|Respond to list|Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue

Message 2: Language, Interaction, and Culture, CA USA

Date: Sat, 14 Dec 2002 12:17:59 +0000
From: call_me_val75 <call_me_val75yahoo.com>
Subject: Language, Interaction, and Culture, CA USA


9th Annual Conference on Language, Interaction, and Culture

Location: Santa Barbara, CA, USA
Date: 08-May-2003 - 10-May-2003 
Call Deadline: 10-Feb-2003

Contact Person: Mardi Kidwell
Meeting Email: lisogradmail.lsit.ucsb.edu

Linguistic Subfield(s): 
Sociolinguistics, Discourse Analysis, Applied Linguistics,
Anthropological Linguistics

Meeting Description: 

The annual conference promotes interdisciplinary research and
discussion of the analysis of naturally occurring human interaction.
Submissions from national, international, and University of California
scholars are encouraged. Research papers should address topics of
language, interaction, and culture, and should employ naturally
occurring data. Potential methods include, but are not limited to,
conversation analysis, discourse analysis, ethnographic methods,
ethnomethodology, interactional linguistics, and interactional
sociolinguistics.

The Conference on Language, Interaction, and Culture is jointly
organized and sponsored by the Language, Interaction, and Social
Organization (LISO) group and the Center for Language, Interaction,
and Culture (CLIC). LISO is an interdisciplinary faculty and graduate
student organization located on the campus of the University of
California, Santa Barbara. CLIC is a center comprised of
interdisciplinary faculty and graduate students located on the campus
of the University of California, Los Angeles. LISO and CLIC are
composed of researchers from the departments of Anthropology, Applied
Linguistics, Education, English, Linguistics, Psychology, and
Sociology. Submission Deadline: February 10

Submission Guidelines

Presentations will be 20 minutes in length followed by a 10-minute
discussion period. Submissions from graduate students and junior
faculty are especially encouraged.

Submission of abstracts must be in hard copy and should contain:

1) A hard copy detachable title page that includes: 

 a)the title of the paper 
 b)the author's name, affiliation, postal address, e-mail, and phone 
 number 
 c)a list of equipment needed for the presentation (subject to 
 availability)

2) SIX HARD COPIES of a 500-1,000 word maximum extended abstract of 
the paper that includes:

 a)the title of the paper and description of the project
 b)a brief description of methodology
 c)a description of the data 

3) An email sent to lisogradmail.lsit.ucsb.edu with Submission in the
 subject line and Title Page and Extended Abstract attached in a Rich Text
 Format (.rtf) formatted document. Electronic submissions will not be
 considered unless accompanied by hard copies.


No information identifying the author may appear in the abstract. 

SIX (hard) copies of submitted abstracts and the electronic submission
must be received no later than February 10.

Papers selected from conference presentations, with the permission of
the author, will be published in the volume of conference proceedings.

Further inquiries can be addressed via e-mail to: 
lisogradmail.lsit.ucsb.edu

All submissions should be mailed to:

LISO Graduate Student Association 
Department of Sociology 
Ellison Hall, Room 2834 
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9430

For more information, see http://orgs.sa.ucsb.edu/liso/
Mail to author|Respond to list|Read more issues|LINGUIST home page|Top of issue