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LINGUIST List 19.491

Mon Feb 11 2008

Calls: Phonology, Psycholing/Germany; Comp Ling/Hungary

Editor for this issue: F. Okki Kurniawan <okkilinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Marianne Pouplier, Consonant Clusters and Structural Complexity
        2.    Judit Kuti, 2008 NooJ Conference


Message 1: Consonant Clusters and Structural Complexity
Date: 11-Feb-2008
From: Marianne Pouplier <pouplierphonetik.uni-muenchen.de>
Subject: Consonant Clusters and Structural Complexity
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Full Title: Consonant Clusters and Structural Complexity

Date: 31-Jul-2008 - 02-Aug-2008
Location: Munich, Germany
Contact Person: Marianne Pouplier
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.phonetik.uni-muenchen.de/cluster

Linguistic Field(s): Phonetics; Phonology; Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 01-Mar-2008

Meeting Description:

Workshop on Consonant Clusters and Strucutral Complexity
July 31st to August 2nd, 2008
Institute of Phonetics and Speech Processing, University of Munich, Germany

2nd Call for Papers

In the fields of phonetics, phonology and psycholinguistics there is currently a wealth of activity involving the analysis of complex sound sequences. Consonant clusters, whether occurring within individual lexical items, or emerging in running speech at word boundaries, give particularly striking evidence for the temporal complexity of human speech. The main aim of this workshop is to do justice to this complexity by bringing together researchers from a wide range of backgrounds, including speech production, speech perception, speech disorders, language typology, acquisition of first and second language, lexical processing.

Organizers: Phil Hoole, Lasse Bombien, Marianne Pouplier (Munich),
Christine Mooshammer (Haskins), Barbara Kühnert (Paris)

Venue: Munich University, Germany

Important Dates:
Submission of one-page abstract: March 1st, 2008
Notification of acceptance: April 1st, 2008
Registration: May 1st, 2008
Conference date: July 31st to August 2nd, 2008
For further details see www.phonetik.uni-muenchen.de/cluster



Message 2: 2008 NooJ Conference
Date: 11-Feb-2008
From: Judit Kuti <nooj08nytud.hu>
Subject: 2008 NooJ Conference
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Full Title: 2008 NooJ conference
Short Title: NooJ '08

Date: 08-Jun-2008 - 10-Jun-2008
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Contact Person: Judit Kuti
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.nytud.hu/nooj08

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 07-Mar-2008

Meeting Description:

2008 NooJ Conference
Budapest, Hungary
8-10 June, 2008

Call for Papers

The Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
(HAS), LAboratoire de SEmioLinguistique, Didactique et Informatique (LASELDI, Univ. de Franche-Comté) and Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Claude Ledoux, France, are pleased to announce the 2008 NooJ Conference to be held in Budapest, Hungary, 8-10 June, 2008.

NooJ is a freeware, linguistic engineering development environment used to
formalize various types of textual phenomena (orthography, lexical and
productive morphology, local, structural and transformational syntax) using a
large gamut of computational devices (from Finite-State Automata to Augmented Recursive Transition Networks). NooJ includes tools to construct, test, debug, maintain and accumulate large sets linguistic resources, and can apply them to large texts. NooJ is used as a linguistic engineering development platform, a corpus processor, an information extraction system, a terminological extractor, a Machine Translation development tool as well as to teach linguistics and computational linguistics.

To learn more about NooJ, download the software, linguistic resources, manual, tutorials and reference papers: www.nooj4nlp.net.

This conference will hopefully provide an opportunity for NooJ users, as well as other researchers interested in corpus linguistics, to meet and to exchange their experience of development, research or teaching. It will also be the occasion to present and discover the recent developments of NooJ (v2.0).

To submit a paper, please send a one-page abstract before March 7, 2008 to
nooj08nytud.hu . The abstract, in French or in English, should contain the
title of the article, the name, institution, surface mail and electronic address
of each co-author. All papers will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee.
Authors will be notified whether their papers are accepted or rejected by 30
April, 2008 the latest. The timeslot is 30 minutes for presentations, including
5 minutes for discussions.

Further information on the conference: www.nytud.hu/nooj08.

Scientific Committee:
- Abdelmajid Ben Hamadou (ISIM-Sfax, Tunisia)
- Xavier Blanco Escoda (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain)
- Krzysztof Bogacki (University of Warsaw, Poland)
- Gisele Chevalier (Université de Moncton, Canada)
- János Csirik (Department of Computer Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence,
University of Szeged, Hungary)
- Stefan Darmoni (CHU de Rouen, France)
- Anaid Donabédian (INALCO, France)
- Annibale Elia (Université of Salerne, Italy)
- Zoe Gavriilidou (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece)
- Ferenc Kiefer (Academician, Research Institute for Linguistics of the
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)
- Denis Le Pesant (Université Paris 10, France)
- Mireille Piot (Université Grenoble 3, France)
- Peter A. Machonis (Florida International University, USA)
- Belinda Maia (University of Porto, Portugal)
- Fabienne Marc (INALCO, France)
- Elisabeth Métais (CNAM of Paris, France)
- Odile Piton (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France)
- Philippe Schepens (Université de Franche-Comté, France)
- Max Silberztein (Université de Franche-Comté, France)
- Tamás Váradi (Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)
- Tibor Vámos (Academician, Computer and Automation Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary)
- Dusko Vitas (University of Belgrade, Serbia)

Organising Institutions:
- Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- LAboratoire de SEmioLinguistique, Didactique et Informatique
(LASELDI, Univ. de Franche-Comté), France
- Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Claude Ledoux, France

NooJ Tutorials (June 8):
- Beginners' Tutorial, 20 persons maximum
- Advanced Tutorial, 20 persons maximum

Registration Fee:
The registration fee is 50EUR / 13.000HUF for academic researchers, 25EUR /6.500HUF for students and 75EUR / 19.000HUF for others.
Payment can be made either
- in EUR by bank transfer, to the account nr.: HU56 - 10004885-1002010-02006332 EURO
or
- in HUF (cash) on-site, on the first day of the conference.
An acknowledgement of receipt will be issued by the Hungarian Academy of
Sciences on request.

Contact:
Judit Kuti (local organising committee)
nooj08 at nytud dot hu





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