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LINGUIST List 17.2591

Thu Sep 14 2006

Calls: Computational Ling/Japan

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        1.    Ahlem Ben Hassine, 1st International Workshop on Intercultural Collaboration


Message 1: 1st International Workshop on Intercultural Collaboration
Date: 11-Sep-2006
From: Ahlem Ben Hassine <ahlemnict.go.jp>
Subject: 1st International Workshop on Intercultural Collaboration



Full Title: 1st International Workshop on Intercultural Collaboration
Short Title: IWIC 2007

Date: 25-Jan-2007 - 26-Jan-2007
Location: Kyoto, Japan
Contact Person: Eri Tsunokawa
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://langrid.nict.go.jp/iwic2007/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 22-Sep-2006

Meeting Description:

The main theme of this workshop is intercultural collaboration, from both
technical and socio-cultural perspectives. Topics will include collaboration
support, such as natural language processing, Web, and Internet
technologies, social psychological analyses of intercultural
interaction, and case studies from activists working to increase mutual
understanding in our multicultural world. Submissions will be considered for
papers, panels, demonstrations, and posters.

This is a unique workshop in a world where physical borders disappear
rapidly and people and cultures are more and more on the move and in
contact.

Call for Paper
The First International Workshop on Intercultural Collaboration
IWIC 2007
January 25-26, 2007
Kyoto University Clock Tower International Conference Hall, Japan
http://langrid.nict.go.jp/iwic2007/

- We already received 80 abstracts from 20 countries, but we still
think this workshop is not well-known in research communities.
- We encourage researchers to submit papers by September 22nd
regardless of whether abstracts were submitted.

Program Co-Chairs
Toru Ishida (Kyoto University, Japan)
Susan R. Fussell (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Piek TJM Vossen(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

The main theme of this workshop is intercultural collaboration, from
both technical and socio-cultural perspectives. Topics will include
collaboration support (such as natural language processing, Web,
and Internet technologies), social psychological analyses of
intercultural interaction, and case studies from activists working
to increase mutual understanding in our multicultural world.
Submissions will be considered for papers, panels, demonstrations,
and posters. Send all submissions to iwic2007khn.nict.go.jp.

This is a unique workshop in a world where physical borders disappear
rapidly and people and cultures are more and more on the move and in
contact. The workshop will feature four prominent invited speakers:

Christiane D. Fellbaum (Department of Psychology, Princeton University)
Yumiko Mori (NPO Pangaea)
Gary Olson (School of Information, University of Michigan)
Wolfgang Wahlster (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence)

Important Dates: Deadline Extended
Deadline for papers, panels, posters and demos: September 22nd, 2006
Author notification: November 6th, 2006
Deadline for camera ready papers: December 1st, 2006

For further information, please contact iwic2007khn.nict.go.jp.



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