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Mon Jan 11 2010

Calls: Computational Ling, Lexicography, Syntax/Greece

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Message 1: NooJ Conference 2010
Date: 08-Jan-2010
From: Lena Papadopoulou <Papadopoulou.Lenagmail.com>
Subject: NooJ Conference 2010
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Full Title: NooJ Conference 2010

Date: 27-May-2010 - 29-May-2010
Location: Komotini, Greece
Contact Person: Organizing Committee
Meeting Email: nooj2010helit.duth.gr
Web Site: http://nooj2010.helit.duth.gr/

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Lexicography; Syntax

Call Deadline: 17-Jan-2010

Meeting Description:

The Department of Greek Philology of the Democritus University of Thrace, the
Laboratoire de Sémio-Linguistique et Didactique (LASELDI) of the University
Franche-Comté and the Maison des Sciences de l'Homme et de l'Environnement
Ledoux organize the 2010 Nooj Conference in Komotini, Greece from 27-29 May 2010

2nd Call for Papers

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.

Modules for a dozen languages are already available for free download: Arabic,
Armenian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, English, French, Hebrew, Hungarian,
Italian, Polish, Portuguese Greek and Spanish. A dozen other modules are under
construction.The conference intends to

- give NooJ users and researchers in Linguistics and in Computational
Linguistics the opportunity to meet and share their experience as developers,
researchers and teachers;
- present to NooJ users the latest linguistic resources and NLP applications
developed for/with NooJ, its latest functionalities, as well as its future
developments;
- offer researchers and graduate students two tutorials (one basic and one
advanced) to help them parse corpora and build NLP applications using NooJ.
- be the occasion to present and discover the recent developments of NooJ itself
(v2.0).

Topics of Interest:
Syntactic analysis
Lexical analysis
Linguistic resources
Dictionaries

Submission:
We invite the submission of papers until 17 January 2010 in English. The
abstracts should contain the title, the name, the institution and the email of
the author(s). Abstracts should not exceed one page (between 400 and 600 words)
and should be submitted at the Conference web page
http://nooj2010.helit.duth.gr/. All proposals will be reviewed by the scientific
committee and authors will be given notice of acceptance of their papers no
later than 28 February 2010.

Further information about the conference will be found at
http://nooj2010.helit.duth.gr/. You can contact the organizing committee at
nooj2010helit.duth.gr.

Important Dates:
Abstract submission: 17 January 2010
Notification of acception: 28 February 2010
Registration : until 30th of April 2010

Scientific Committee
- Abdelmajid Ben Hamadou (MIRACL, ISIM-Sfax, Tunisia)
- Xavier Blanco (University Autonomous Barcelona, Spain)
- Krzysztof Bogacki (University of Warshaw, Poland)
- Gisele Chevalier (University of Moncton, Canada)
- Anaid Donabédian (INALCO, Paris)
- Zoé Gavriilidou (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece)
- Pinelopi Kambakis-Vougiouklis (Democritus University of Thrace, Greece)
- Svetla Koeva (Sofia University, Bulgaria)
- Kimmo Koskenniemi (University of Helsinki, Finland)
- Denis Le Pesant (University Paris 10)
- Peter Machonis (Intnl University of Florida, USA)
- Slim Mesfar (ISI-Tunis, Tunisia)
- Mireille Piot (University Stendhal 3, Grenoble)
- Odile Piton (University Paris 1, France)
- Philippe Schepens (University of Franche-Comté, France)
- Max Silberztein (University of Franche-Comté, France)
- Simona Vietri (University of Salerne, Italy)
- Dusko Vitas (University of Belgrade, Serbia)

Organizing Committee
Zoé Gavriilidou, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
Elina Chadjipapa, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
Anna Giannakopoulou, (University Autonomous Barcelona, Spain)
Angeliki Efthymiou, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
Eleni Papadopoulou, (University Autonomous Barcelona, Spain)
Nikos Siklafidis, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
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