LINGUIST List 14.1511

Sun May 25 2003

Calls: Computational Ling/Portugal;Cognitive Science

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  1. planning, Engineering in Intelligent Systems
  2. francisco.ruiz, 8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference

Message 1: Engineering in Intelligent Systems

Date: Sun, 25 May 2003 14:22:03 +0000
From: planning <>
Subject: Engineering in Intelligent Systems

Engineering in Intelligent Systems 
Short Title: EIS 2004

Date: 29-Feb-2004 - 03-Mar-2004
Location: Funchal, Island of Madeira, Portugal
Contact: Jeanny Ryffel
Contact Email: 
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Sub-field: Computational Linguistics 
Subject Language: English
Call Deadline: 15-Aug-2003

Meeting Description:

Artificial Immune Systems; Artificial Life; Case based Reasoning; Data
Mining; Chaos; Clustering; Constraint Satisfaction and Constraint
Programming; Expert Systems; Evolutionary Computation; Fuzzy
Clustering; Fuzzy Control; Fuzzy learning; Fuzzy Modelling; Hybrid
Systems; Intelligent Agents; Reasoning with Intervals; Knowledge
Extraction; Machine Learning; Model based Reasoning; Multi Agent
Systems; Neural Networks; Qualitative Reasoning; Wavelets

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 

The problem of engineering of intelligent systems is in fact the
science of transferring the methodologies, the knowledge and the
experiences from the area of artificial intelligence into the daily
life, either directly through the applications or indirectly through
basic or applied research. The conference originated in order to
provide a wide forum in which the latest developments in the field
could be discussed; so the participants from all countries are warmly
welcome. The scope of the conference as indicated by its topics has
been updated to reflect the recent rapid development of the
intelligent systems, such as in the area of control systems, decision
support systems or artificial life, to mention only a few.
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Message 2: 8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference

Date: Sun, 25 May 2003 03:55:47 +0000
From: francisco.ruiz <>
Subject: 8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference

8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 
Short Title: 8th ICLC

Date: 20-JUL-03 - 25-JUL-03
Location: University of La Rioja, Logro�o, Spain
Contact: Organizing Committee
Contact Email: 
Meeting URL:

Linguistic Sub-field: Cognitive Science 
Call Deadline: 15-NOV-02

Meeting Description:

Over the last decade Spain has witnessed an upsurge of interest in
Cognitive Linguistics among scholars from different disciplines. The
expansion of this research framework has given rise to the creation of
a local branch of the ICLA, AELCO/SCOLA (Spanish Cognitive Linguistics
Association), whose current president is Juana Mar�n Arrese
(Complutense University of Madrid), Antonio Barcelona (University of
Murcia) having been the first president of the
association. AELCO/SCOLA has generously offered to sponsor our
proposal to hold the 2003 biannual meeting of ICLA at the University
of La Rioja. Support has also been received from Spanish and European
universities actively involved in research in Cognitive Linguistics
(C�rdoba, Madrid, Murcia, Zaragoza, Hamburg, Amsterdam, among

ICLC-8: Early registration deadline May 31

8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference:
Cognitive Linguistics, Functionalism, Discourse Studies: 
Common Ground and New Directions
July 20-25, 2003 
University of La Rioja, Spain 
Registration fees 
-Early payment (postmarked by 1 June 2003)
Member: 180 euros
Non member: 210 euros
Student: 90 euros
-Late payment (postmarked after 1 June 2003)
Member: 210 euros
Non member: 240 euros
Student: 110 euros
Donations for ICLC-8 grants are encouraged!
General information:
c/Veronica 16, 50001 Zaragoza
Tel. (34) (976) 20 03 68
Fax.: (34) (976) 20 14 04
Schedules: (General & Poster Sessions) (Theme Sessions)
Transportation & accommodation:
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