LINGUIST List 14.2610

Mon Sep 29 2003

Calls: Computational Ling/Seoul, Korea

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  1. Alexander Gelbukh, CFP: CICLing 2004 news: late submissions

Message 1: CFP: CICLing 2004 news: late submissions

Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 22:05:16 +0900
From: Alexander Gelbukh <gelbukhcic.ipn.mx>
Subject: CFP: CICLing 2004 news: late submissions

CICLing-2004 news: =============================================

- New keynote speaker: Nick Campbell, "Expressive Speech Processing"
 and tutorial with practical experience in expressive speech processing

- If this made you decide to submit a paper, contact us for late submissions

- Please pass the news on to relevant people

Call for Papers: =============================================

 CICLing-2004

 Fifth International Conference
 on Intelligent Text Processing
 and Computational Linguistics

 February 15 to 21, 2004
 Seoul, Korea
 www.CICLing.org

 PUBLICATION: Springer LNCS (indexed by SCI Extended)

 SUBMISSION DEADLINE: October 1, short papers: October 20
 Contact us for late submissions

 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: 
 Martin Kay, Philip Resnik, Ricardo Baeza, Nick Campbell

 EXCURSIONS:
 Archeological sites, Royal Palaces, traditional village, and more
 See photos at www.CICLing.org/2004

 Air ticket price from EU/US: $800 - $1000 in February

 URL: http://www.CICLing.org/2004
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