LINGUIST List 16.3353|
Mon Nov 21 2005
Calls: Computational Ling/Italy;Applied Ling/Norway
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Posters and System Demonstrations
Track on 'Communication, Interaction and Relationship Building in a Networked Economy' at the Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management
Message 1: Posters and System Demonstrations
From: Gabor Proszeky <proszekymorphologic.hu>
Subject: Posters and System Demonstrations
Full Title: Posters and System Demonstrations
Date: 03-Apr-2006 - 07-Apr-2006
Location: Trento, Italy
Contact Person: Frank Keller
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://eacl06.itc.it/
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Call Deadline: 06-Dec-2005
EACL 2006 will also include a session for posters and system demonstrations. POSTERS should present work in progress, project status reports, unevaluated results or system summaries.
DEMONSTRATIONS should showcase implemented systems in any area of computational linguistics. Posters and demos will be allocated 4 pages in a companion volume in the conference proceedings.
EACL 2006 FIRST CALL FOR POSTERS AND SYSTEM DEMONSTRATIONS
11th Meeting of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics
April 3-7, 2006
- Submission deadline: December 6, 2005 -
The European Association of Computational Linguistics invites the submission of posters and system demonstrations for its 11th Meeting. The areas of interest for posters and demos are the same as those mentioned for full papers.
POSTERS should present work in progress, project status reports, unevaluated results or system summaries (with or without demos). In the programme of the conference there will be sessions reserved for posters. Each poster will be allocated 4 pages in a companion volume in the conference proceedings.
SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATIONS should showcase implemented systems in any area of computational linguistics. Each demo will be allocated 4 pages in a companion volume in the conference proceedings.
Developers should outline the design of their system and provide sufficient details to allow the evaluation of its validity, quality, and relevance to computational linguistics. Pointers to web sites running a demo preview will also be helpful.
Demo submissions should also clearly indicate if any computer equipment is expected to be provided by the local organizer. If so, please specify desired hardware platform, hard disk and memory capacity, operating system and other software needed in order to run the demo. If you are bringing your own laptop, you should instead request a video projector if you need one, providing details about PC type, screen resolution, etc.
The reviewing of the submissions will be blind. It will be conducted by an international panel of experts. Final decisions on the program will be made by the poster and demo co-chairs.
Submissions should follow the two-column format of ACL proceedings and should not exceed four (4) pages, including references. We strongly recommend the use of ACL LaTeX style files or Microsoft Word Style files available at http://eacl06.itc.it/submission.htm. A description of the format will also be available in case you are unable to use these style files directly. Submissions must conform to the official EACL-06 style guidelines, and we reserve the right to reject submissions that do not conform to these styles including font size restrictions. Submissions should be in PDF format and must include all fonts, so that the submission will print (not just view) anywhere.
As reviewing will be blind, the submission should not include the authors' names and affiliations. Furthermore, self-references that reveal the author's identity, e.g., ''We previously showed (Smith, 1991) ...'', should be avoided. Instead, use citations such as ''Smith previously
showed (Smith, 1991) ...''. Submissions that do not conform to these requirements will be rejected without review.
Submission will be electronic using the submission software to be made available at http://eacl06.itc.it/submission.htm. The submissions must be submitted no later than 11:59pm (23:59) GMT December 6, 2005. Submissions submitted after that time will not be reviewed.
Poster/demo submission deadline: December 6, 2005
Notification of acceptance: January 12, 2006
Camera ready versions due: February 6, 2006
EACL 2006 Conference: April 5-7, 2006
Frank Keller (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Gabor Proszeky (MorphoLogic, Hungary)
Alberto Lavelli (ITC-IRST, Italy)
Bernardo Magnini (ITC-IRST, Italy)
Message 2: Track on 'Communication, Interaction and Relationship Building in a Networked Economy' at the Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management
From: Irene Pollach <irene.pollachwu-wien.ac.at>
Subject: Track on 'Communication, Interaction and Relationship Building in a Networked Economy' at the Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management
Full Title: Track on 'Communication, Interaction and Relationship Building in a Networked Economy' at the Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management
Short Title: EURAM
Date: 17-May-2006 - 20-May-2006
Location: Oslo, Norway
Contact Person: Irene Pollach
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.wu-wien.ac.at/ebc/downloads/EURAM_cfp.pdf
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Cognitive Science; Discourse Analysis; Sociolinguistics
Call Deadline: 15-Jan-2006
Call for Papers
COMMUNICATION, INTERACTION AND RELATIONSHIP BUILDING IN A NETWORKED ECONOMY
Track at the Annual Conference of the European Academy of Management (EURAM)
17–20 May 2006, Norwegian School of Management, Oslo, http://www.euram2006.no
For more than a decade, the Internet has been transforming the ways in which businesses communicate with each other and with their customers, investors and employees. Successful e-communication may sever linkages among organizations and individuals, bringing geographically dispersed and temporally disjointed participants.
This track addresses the question of how information and communication technologies can facilitate or enrich communication, interaction, and relationships between organizations and their stakeholders. To this end, this track is intended to be interdisciplinary in nature, inviting papers from disciplines such as marketing, information systems, communication, linguistics, psychology, or cultural studies to explore links between existing approaches and stimulate new conceptual and empirical work.
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