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LINGUIST List 21.233

Thu Jan 14 2010

Calls: Computational Ling/Canada

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

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        1.    Michel Gagnon, 17th Conference sur leTraitement Automatique des Langues

Message 1: 17th Conference sur leTraitement Automatique des Langues
Date: 12-Jan-2010
From: Michel Gagnon <michel.gagnonpolymtl.ca>
Subject: 17th Conference sur leTraitement Automatique des Langues
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Full Title: 17th Conference sur leTraitement Automatique des Langues
Short Title: TALN'10

Date: 19-Jul-2010 - 22-Jul-2010
Location: Montréal, Canada
Contact Person: Michel Gagnon
Meeting Email: michel.gagnonpolymtl.ca

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 05-Feb-2010

Meeting Description:

Organized by the Université de Montréal and the École Polytechnique de
Montréal, the TALN'10 Conference will be held in Montreal from July 19 to 22,
2010. TALN'10 is organized under the auspices of ATALA and will be held jointly
with the Conference for junior researchers RECITAL'10 and followed by the DEFT
workshop (DÉfi Fouille de Texte).

Call for Papers

Organized jointly by University of Montreal and Polytechnique Montreal,
TALN-RECITAL'10 groups together the 17th edition of the Natural Language
Processing conference TALN'10 and the 12th edition of the Student NLP
conference RECITAL'10.

The conference will include oral and poster communications, invited conferences,
workshops and tutorials. Workshop and tutorials will be held on July 23, 2010.

The official languages are French and English.

Important Dates
Deadline for proposals: February, 5th 2010
Approval by the TALN committee: February, 15th 2010
Final version for inclusion in the proceedings: June, 14th, 2010
Workshop and tutorials: July, 23th 2010

Workshops can be organized on any specific aspect of NLP. The aim of these
sessions is to facilitate an in-depth discussion of some topics. A workshop has
its own president and its own program committee. The president is responsible
for organizing a call for paper/participation and for the coordination of his
program committee. The organizers of the main TALN conference will only take in
charge the organization of the usual practical details (rooms, coffee breaks,
proceedings). Workshops will be organized in parallel sessions on thelast day of
the conference (2 to 4 sessions of 1:30).

Tutorials will be held on the same day.

How to Submit
Workshop and Tutorial proposals will be sent by email to
taln2010iro.umontreal.cabefore February 5th, 2010.

Workshop proposals will contain an abstract presenting the proposed theme,
the program committee list and the expected length of the session.

Tutorial proposals will contain an abstract presenting the proposed theme,
a list of all the speakers and the expected length of the session (1 or 2
sessions of 1:30).

The TALN program committee will make a selection of the proposals and
announce it on February, 15th, 2010.

Conferences will be given in French or English (for non French native speakers).
Papers to be published in the proceedings will conform to the TALN style sheet
which is available on the conference web site. Worshop papers should not be
longer than 10 pages in Times 12 (references included).

Contact: taln2010iro.umontreal.ca
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