LINGUIST List 15.1335

Wed Apr 28 2004

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  1. Inez Dua, Indefinites and Weak Quantifiers
  2. Sanshzar Kettebekov, 6th International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces

Message 1: Indefinites and Weak Quantifiers

Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 13:53:41 +0200
From: Inez Dua <Inez.Duakvab.be>
Subject: Indefinites and Weak Quantifiers


Indefinites and Weak Quantifiers
Brussels International Conference
Call for papers: deadline April 30th
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Message 2: 6th International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces

Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2004 09:23:08 -0400
From: Sanshzar Kettebekov <kettebekcse.ogi.edu>
Subject: 6th International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces


 
Call for Papers
6th International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces(ICMI'04)

October 13-15, 2004
University Park, PA
http://www.icmiplace.org
Sponsored by ACM

The Sixth International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI'04)
will be held October 13-15, 2004 at the Atherton Hotel and the School
of Information Sciences Technology Building at the Pennsylvania State
University. The three-day conference, sponsored by ACM, will bring
together academia, industry and government agencies to present and
discuss the latest multidisciplinary work on multimodal interfaces,
systems, and applications.

ICMI'04 is the foremost international conference representing the
growing interest in next-generation perceptive, adaptive and
multimodal user interfaces, which are transforming the nature of
human-computer interaction by creating more natural, expressively
powerful, flexible and robust means of interacting with computers.
Topics of interest to the conference include:

- multimodal input and output interfaces using modalities such as
speech, vision, naturallanguage, gesture, gaze, audio, haptics, and
pen-based techniques.
- multimodal architectures. 
- multimodal fusion and multisensory integration. 
- cognitive modeling of users. 
- multibiometric interfaces. 
- universal access interfaces. 
- multimodal wearable/mobile systems. 
- attentive and attentional interfaces. 
- system evaluation. 
- tools and system infrastructure for multimodal interfaces. 
- and applications of multimodal interfaces. 

The three days of invited talks, panels, single-track oral and poster
presentations will facilitate interaction and discussion among
researchers. The ICMI'04 proceedings will be published by ACM Press.
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished research papers
with a maximum length of 8 pages. Detailed information about paper
submission, including a style guide, can be found at on the conference
web site: http://www.icmiplace.org


Important Dates:
Paper submissions	 May 7, 2004
Panel, demo proposals	 May 21, 2004
Author notification	 June 22, 2004
Final papers	 July 28, 2004
Early registration August 31, 2004
Conference	 October 13-15, 2004


General Co-Chairs 
 	Rajeev Sharma, Advanced Interfaces 
	Trevor Darrell, MIT

Program Co-Chairs 
 	Mary Harper, Purdue
	Gianni Lazzari, IRST
	Matthew Turk, UCSB

Treasurer 
	Andy Wilson, Microsoft Research

Website/Publicity 
	Sanshzar Kettebekov, OHSU
 
Publications 
	Francis Quek, Wright State

Local Arrangements 
	David Hall, Penn State

Demos 
	Gouray Cai, Penn State

Area Chairs 
	Mark Billinghurst, HITL-NZ
	Phil Cohen, OHSU
	Sadaoki Furui, Titech
	Julia Hirschberg, Columbia
	Karon MacLean, UBC
	Shri Narayanan, USC
	Sharon Oviatt, OHSU
	Tieniu Tan, NLPR
	Jie Yang, CMU 


For more information, see the conference web site:
 http://www.icmiplace.org 

Questions? Send email to: infoicmiplace.org


Sanshzar Kettebekov


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MIT SCAIL
Stata Center, 32-D432
32 Vassar Street 
Cambridge, MA 02139
office: (617) 452 5035
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Center for Human-Computer Communication
OGI CSE, OHSU 
http://www.cse.ogi.edu/CHCC
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