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Sat Jan 31 2009

Calls: Applied Ling,Computational Ling/France; Psycholing/Belgium

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        1.    Clair-antoine Veyrier, Numérique(s) : Enjeux, Défis et Perspectives
        2.    Bram Vandekerckhove, Psycholinguistics in Flanders 2009


Message 1: Numérique(s) : Enjeux, Défis et Perspectives
Date: 30-Jan-2009
From: Clair-antoine Veyrier <clair-antoine.veyrieruniv-montp3.fr>
Subject: Numérique(s) : Enjeux, Défis et Perspectives
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Full Title: Numérique(s) : Enjeux, Défis et Perspectives
Short Title: NEDEP2009

Date: 25-Jun-2009 - 26-Jun-2009
Location: CNRS, Montpellier, France
Contact Person: Hani Qotb
Meeting Email: nedep2009gmail.com
Web Site: http://recherche.univ-montp3.fr/praxiling/spip.php?article197

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Mar-2009

Meeting Description:

NEDEP 2009, Digital technology: Issues, Challenges and Perspectives, conference
for students and young researchers organized by Praxiling UMR5267 (Université
Montpellier 3 - CNRS), will take place in Montpellier (France) from 25th to 26th
june 2009.

NEDEP 2009, Numérique (s) : Enjeux, Défis et Perspectives, nouvelle édition du
Colloque des chercheurs organisé par le laboratoire Praxiling UMR5267
(Université Montpellier 3 - CNRS), se tiendra du 25 au 26 juin 2009.

Call for Papers

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Research Students' colloquium
Praxiling UMR5267 (Université Montpellier 3 - CNRS)
Digital technology: Issues, Challenges and Perspectives
Numérique (s) : Enjeux, Défis, Perspectives NEDEP 2009

Focal Points
The increase in Information and Communications Technology, (ICT), has given rise
to various important changes, not only in the social sphere but also in methods
of organisation, interaction and coordination. In this context, digital media
(image, sound, text, video, communication tools, local networks, Internet etc)
have become essential in many fields. The aim of this colloquium organized by
Praxiling UMR 5267 (Université Montpellier 3 - CNRS) is to investigate the
impact of digital technology in various activities. Our starting point will be
the question: What are the issues, challenges and perspectives of digital
technology in our various disciplines?

Proposed Themes
Digital technology in the media and e-learning
Digital Program design
Social and/or professional computer practice
Interactions and technologies
Different perspectives on computer technology

Relevant Disciplines
Anthropology, Information and Communication Technology, Computer Science,
Psychology, Linguistics, Educational Science, Sociology. The lists of themes/
disciplines are not exhaustive; any work presented should be innovative in a
structural, methodological and educational context.

Agenda
30 January - Opening of the Website
15 March - Deadline for submissions
20 April - Notifications of acceptance

Instructions for Submission
Presentations should be as follows:
Abstract not to exceed 300 words excluding references
In .doc, .rtf or .odt document format
Written and supported in either French or English
Clearly titled; state approach, method and data
3-5 Key words
Anonymous to ensure impartial review
Sent to nedep2009 gmail.com before the 15/03/ 2009; include the following
information in the main body of your email (object - "submissions"):
- Surname, forename, status of author(s)
- Email address
- Title and subtitles of the paper

Individual papers will be assigned 25 minute slots, comprising 20 minutes of
presentation and 5 minutes of questions.

Proceedings will be published.

Registration
Registration will be available on line at:
http://recherche.univ-montp3.fr/praxiling/spip.php?article197
Participation Fee : 100€

Travel to Montpellier
Information available on our website.
Train (SNCF) fare reductions available for the colloquium.

Colloque des jeunes chercheurs
CNRS, Montpellier, 25-26 juin 2009
Praxiling UMR 5267 CNRS

Numérique (s) : Enjeux, Défis et Perspectives
NEDEP 2009

Problématique
L'extension des Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (TIC)
s'accompagne de différents changements importants non seulement dans la vie
sociale mais aussi de nouveaux modes d'organisation, d'interactions et de
coordination. De tels enjeux ont en effet des répercussions importantes sur nos
pratiques sociale, interactionnelle, éducative, etc. Dans ce contexte, le
support numérique (images, son, textes, vidéo, outils de communication,
dispositif local, dispositif Internet, etc.) est devenu ainsi une modalité
incontournable dans de nombreuses activités humaines. C'est pourquoi ce
colloque, organisé par Praxiling UMR5267 (Université Montpellier 3 - CNRS) a
pour objectif d'interroger divers domaines pour rendre compte de l'impact des
pratiques numériques. Aussi nous partirons pour cette réflexion de la question
suivante : « Quels sont les enjeux, les défis et les perspectives du numérique
dans nos différentes pratiques ? »

Thématiques proposées
- Le support numérique dans les médias et l'enseignement à distance
- La conception du support numérique
- Le numérique : les pratiques sociales et/ou professionnelles
- Le support numérique et les interactions
- Les perspectives du support numérique

Les domaines concernés
Anthropologie, Information et communication, Informatique, Psychologie, Sciences
du langage, Sciences de l'Éducation, Sociologie. La liste des thèmes
scientifiques proposés n'est pas exhaustive ; les travaux présentés devront se
situer dans un contexte d'innovation organisationnel, pédagogique ou méthodologique.

Agenda
- 30 Janvier : lancement de l'appel à communication
- 15 Mars : date limite de dépôt des propositions de communication
- 20 Avril : réponse aux intervenants retenus

Modalité de soumission
Les propositions seront présentées en pièce jointe sous la forme suivante :
-Format de document .doc, rtf ou odt ;
- En langue française ou anglaise
-Titre et sous-titre de la communication proposée
- Résumé du contenu de la communication proposée : en 300 mots (références exclues),
- 3-5 mots clés
- Pas d'information sur les auteurs dans le document
- A envoyer à nedep2009 gmail.com avant le 15 mars 2009 en incluant dans le
corps du message les informations suivantes :
Nom(s), prénom(s), statut et affiliation(s) des auteurs
L'adresse mèl
Le titre et les sous-titres de la proposition
La langue de la proposition

Inscription
L'inscription se fait en ligne :
http://recherche.univ-montp3.fr/praxiling/spip.php?article197

Déplacement
Pour faciliter votre déplacement à Montpellier, le colloque vous propose une
réduction congrès à la SNCF.

Publication
Les actes du colloque seront publiés.
Message 2: Psycholinguistics in Flanders 2009
Date: 30-Jan-2009
From: Bram Vandekerckhove <bram.vandekerckhoveua.ac.be>
Subject: Psycholinguistics in Flanders 2009
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Full Title: Psycholinguistics in Flanders 2009
Short Title: PIF2009

Date: 18-May-2009 - 19-May-2009
Location: Antwerpen, Belgium
Contact Person: Bram Vandekerckhove
Meeting Email: pif2009ua.ac.be
Web Site: http://pif2009.ua.ac.be

Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics

Call Deadline: 20-Apr-2009

Meeting Description:

Psycholinguistics in Flanders (PIF) has established itself as the yearly venue
for young psycholinguists in Belgium and neighboring countries. The eighth
edition of the PIF workshop will be held on May 18-19, 2009, in Antwerp,
Belgium. It is jointly organized by the Center for Psycholinguistics at the
University of Antwerp, the Department of Experimental Psychology at Ghent
University, and the CONCAT research group at KU Leuven. The workshop is
sponsored by the Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO).

Call for Papers

The workshop organizers particularly invite pre-doctoral researchers to give a
spoken presentation.

This year, we are proud to have keynote presentations by Matthew Crocker
(Saarland University), and Manuel Carreiras (Basque Center on Cognition, Brain
and Language).

Titles can be submitted for papers presenting all aspects of language
processing. All submissions are considered as spoken presentations. There is no
poster session. Participants wishing to present should submit a title for their
presentation *before March 16th* by e-mail to pif2009ua.ac.be. If the number of
submitted titles should exceed the number of available slots for talks, the
members of the scientific committee will make a selection. We will notify you of
the decision by March 23rd.

Abstracts should be submitted *before April 20th*, by e-mail to
pif2009ua.ac.be, and should consist of a maximum of 400 words of text
(including stimulus examples, references and data summaries). Participation is
free, but if you want to attend the workshop, please confirm your presence by
e-mail to pif2009ua.ac.be *before April 20th*. Presenters will be automatically
registered.

This year's edition of PIF will be held at the beautiful 16th century University
of Antwerp site 'Hof van Liere'.

More information is available at http://pif2009.ua.ac.be.

*Please be so kind as to pass on this information to the co-workers in your
research group.*

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Antwerp.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee,

Marc Brysbaert, Walter Daelemans, Wouter Duyck, Steven Gillis, Rob Hartsuiker,
Dominiek Sandra, Gert Storms, Bram Vandekerckhove

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