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LINGUIST List 20.156

Sun Jan 18 2009

Calls: Historical Ling/Canada; Applied Ling,Computational Ling/Russia

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>


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        1.    Marc Pierce, Current Topics in Germanic Etymology
        2.    Tatiana Lando, Young Scientists Conference in Information Retrieval


Message 1: Current Topics in Germanic Etymology
Date: 17-Jan-2009
From: Marc Pierce <mpiercmail.utexas.edu>
Subject: Current Topics in Germanic Etymology
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Full Title: Current Topics in Germanic Etymology

Date: 03-May-2009 - 03-May-2009
Location: Banff, Canada
Contact Person: Marc Pierce
Meeting Email: mpiercmail.utexas.edu

Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Language Family(ies): Germanic

Call Deadline: 09-Feb-2009

Meeting Description:

Papers are invited for a workshop on current topics in Germanic etymology, to be
held at the upcoming FGLS8/GLAC15/SHEL6 meeting in Banff. Papers on any aspect
of Germanic etymology are welcome.

Call for Papers

Papers are invited for a workshop on current topics in Germanic etymology, to be
held at the upcoming FGLS8/GLAC15/SHEL6 meeting in Banff (30 April to 3 May,
2009). Papers on any aspect of Germanic etymology are welcome. Please submit
one page proposals electronically to Marc Pierce at mail.utexas.edu> or
send an e-mail for more information.
Message 2: Young Scientists Conference in Information Retrieval
Date: 15-Jan-2009
From: Tatiana Lando <tatiana.landogmail.com>
Subject: Young Scientists Conference in Information Retrieval
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Full Title: Young Scientists Conference in Information Retrieval
Short Title: YSC RuSSIR

Date: 11-Sep-2009 - 16-Sep-2009
Location: Petrozavodsk, Russia
Contact Person: Tatiana Lando
Web Site: http://www.romip.ru/russir2009/eng/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics; Text/Corpus
Linguistics

Call Deadline: 01-May-2009

Meeting Description:

Young Scientists Conference in Information Retrieval in the Framework of
3rd Russian Summer School in Information Retrieval (RuSSIR 2009).

Call for Papers

Young Scientists Conference is an important part of the School in Information
Retrieval

Graduate and postgraduate students, young researchers from academia and industry
(under 27 years old), working in the field of Information Retrieval are welcome
to participate in the conference. Submitted papers should describe original work
and should not be published or in press or be submitted to other conferences or
workshops.

General topics of the conference are:
- Theory and models of Information Retrieval
- Algorithms and data structures for Information Retrieval
- Text Information Retrieval
- Multimedia search
- Text processing in Information Retrieval tasks
- User interfaces for Information Retrieval
- Web search
- Fact extraction, text mining
- Methods of the Information Retrieval evaluation and others.
- Social networks
- Document Tracking and Filtering
- Link Mining
- Query Analysis
-Classification and Clustering

Papers should be submitted in Russian or English and should not exceed 10 pages.
The template is available on http://romip.ru/russir2009/eng/kmu.html . The
submission form will be opened on this site from 15th February.

All the submitted papers will be reviewed by the Program Committee with the
assistance of external reviewers.
The authors of the selected papers will be invited to the conference to present
their work in poster sessions with short presentations. We also plan to publish
the proceedings of the conference.

Important Dates:
- 15th February 2009: Paper submission opening
- 1st May 2009: Paper submission deadline
- 15th June 2009: Notification of acceptance
- 15th July 2009: Camera-ready papers due

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