LINGUIST List 15.222

Thu Jan 22 2004

Calls: Ling Theories/Greece; Computational Ling/UK

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  1. Clairie F, 2nd International Conference on Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic Theory
  2. duclaux duclaux, Cross-Language Evaluation Forum 2004

Message 1: 2nd International Conference on Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic Theory

Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2004 19:02:54 +0000 (GMT)
From: Clairie F <clairiefyahoo.com>
Subject: 2nd International Conference on Modern Greek Dialects and Linguistic Theory

 
The 2nd Internatinal Conference on Modern Greek Dialects and
Linguistic Theory will be organised in Mytilene, 30 September - 3
October 2004. The conference will be held in honour og Angeliki
Malikouti- Drachman and Panayotis Kontos for their contribution to
Greek linguistics and dialectology. Papers (30 minutes inclusive)are
invited on the interaction between Modern Greek dialectology and
linguistic theory from either perspective. Submissions in all relevant
fields of linguistics and in all theoretical frameworks are
encouraged.

One-page abstracts (single-spaced, 12 point, 2.5 cm margins)may be
sent electronically (Word or PDF)or by regular mail:

EUROPEAN SUMISSIONS 
Mark Janse 
Kwaadham 12-14 
B-9000 Ghent 
Belgium 
<mark.janseugent.be> 
 
NON EUROPEAN SUBMISSIONS
Brian D. Joseph
Ohio State University
Departement of Linguistics
USA-43210-1298 Columbus, Ohio
<bjosephling.ohio-state.edu>

ABSTRACT-SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 30 January 2004
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE: 15 March 2004

CONFERANCE PROGRAM:
30 SEPTEMBER: opening ceremony
1-2 OCTOBER: conference
3 OCTOBER: excursion

PERMANENT ORGANIZING COMMITEE:
Angela Ralli(Patras)
Brian D. Joseph(Columbus, Ohio)
Mark Janse(Ghent, Amsterdam)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITEE:
Argyris Archakis (Patras)
Mark Janse (Ghent & Amsterdam)
Brian D. Joseph (Columbus,Ohio)
Dimitris Papazachariou (Patras)
Angela Ralli (Patras)
Anna Roussou (Patras)
George Xydopoulos (Patras)

CONFERENCE SECRETARY:
Clairie Frangoulaki
<clairiefyahoo.com>

SPONSORS:Prefecture of Lesvos
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Message 2: Cross-Language Evaluation Forum 2004

Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2004 15:59:36 -0500 (EST)
From: duclaux duclaux <duclaux>
Subject: Cross-Language Evaluation Forum 2004

Cross-Language Evaluation Forum 2004 
Short Title: CLEF2004 

Date: 16-Sep-2004 - 17-Sep-2004
Location: Bath, United Kingdom
Contact: Carol Peters
Contact Email: carol.petersisti.cnr.it 
Meeting URL: http://www.clef-campaign.org 

Linguistic Sub-field: Computational Linguistics 
Call Deadline: 15-Aug-2004 

Meeting Description:

The CLEF series of system evaluation campaigns aims at promoting
research and development in Cross-Language Information Retrieval. This
is 5th evaluation campaigns, whose objective is to test different
aspects of mono- and cross-language information retrieval system
performance.


CLEF 2004 - CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

The CLEF series of system evaluation campaigns aims at promoting
research and development in Cross-Language Information Retrieval.

Registration is now open for CLEF 2004.

The objective of CLEF 2004 will be to test different aspects of mono-
and cross-language information retrieval system performance. There
will be eight tracks this year:

a/ Multilingual Information Retrieval
b/ Bilingual Information Retrieval
c/ Monolingual (non-English) Information Retrieval
d/ Mono- and Cross-Language IR for Scientific Collections (GIRT)
e/ Interactive Cross-Language Information Retrieval (iCLEF)
f/ Multiple Language Question Answering (QAatCLEF)
g/ Cross-language Retrieval in Image Collections (ImageCLEF)
h/ Cross-Language Spoken Document Retrieval (CL-SDR)

IMPORTANT DATES:
- Data Release - from 15 February 2004
- Topic Release - from 15 March 2004
- Submission of Runs by Participants - 15 May 2004 (may vary slightly
for some tracks)
- Release of relevance assessments and individual results - from 15 July 2004
- Submission of paper for Working Notes - 15 August 2004
- Workshop - 16-17 September (in conjunction with ECDL 2004)

For full details on the CLEF Agenda and Task Description for 2004 and
instructions on How to Participate, see http://www.clef-campaign.org

For further information, contact:
Carol Peters - ISTI-CNR
Tel: +39 050 315 2987
Fax: +39 050 315 2810
E-mail: carol.petersisti.cnr.it 
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