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Fri Jan 07 2011
Calls: Applied Ling, Comp Ling/Tunisia
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1. Asma Maaoui Gloulaa ,
New ICTs, Languages and Humanities: Realities and Perspectives
Message 1: New ICTs, Languages and Humanities: Realities and Perspectives
From: Asma Maaoui Gloulaa <asma.maaouifshst.rnu.tn>
Subject: New ICTs, Languages and Humanities: Realities and Perspectives
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Full Title: New ICTs, Languages and Humanities: Realities and Perspectives
Date: 07-Apr-2011 - 09-Apr-2011
Location: Béja, Tunisia
Contact Person: Faouzi Mhamdi
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Computational Linguistics
Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2011
In line with recent technological developments, the past 10 years has
seen the explosive growth of the World Wide Web, electronic mail,
Internet publishing, etc. This mass connectivity has amplified the
demand for software tools and appliances for processing natural
language texts, and has led to a further growth in information
communication technologies (ICT) in various fields of humanities.
Likewise, mediated communication and teaching through computers
and mobile technologies, computational modeling of language
processes and natural language processing have become ubiquitous
and commonplace. Consequently, new modes of communication
behavior have been facilitated by these technological breakthroughs. In
the last decades, the overlap between disciplines like computer
sciences, linguistics and other fields of enquiry interested in both
language and ICT has become more evident through areas like
textmining, natural language processing natural (NLP), virtual language
The Higher institute of the Applied Languages and Computer Science is
organizing, in collaboration with the research unit UTIC, the fourth
edition of its annual colloquium INFOLNGUES IV (2011) to pave the
way for interdisciplinary debates about the topics below:
Call for Papers:
Proposals are currently being accepted for papers in the following or
- Language and digital technology;
- Computational Linguistics;
- Corpus linguistics;
- Morphological analyzers and spelling checkers;
- Machine translation;
- Computer Assisted Language Learning (ELAO);
- Virtual education;
- Computer adaptive testing (CAT);
- Electronic discourse
You are, therefore, invited to submit your abstracts via email to
Language of the articles:
The organizers encourage computer scientists to present their work
either in French or English. Linguists and other scientists' papers may
be in written in Arabic, French, English, Spanish or German.
- Abstract submission deadline: 31 January 2011;
- Article submission: 07 February 2011;
- Notification of acceptance: 07 March 2011.
- Submission of final version of the articles: 15 March 2011.
- Conference: 07, 08 and 09 April 2011
- Prof. Eric.Wehrli, University of Geneva.
- Prof. Faiez Gargouri, University of Sfax.
- Prof. Mohamed Jabeur, University of 7 Novembre.
- Prof. Mohamed Jemni, University of Tunis.
- Prof. Rim Triki, University of Tunis- El Manar.
- Prof. Ridha mami, University of Manouba.
- Prof. Salem Ghazali, University of 7 Novembre.
- Chiraz Laatiri, University of Manouba.
- Afef Kacem, University of Tunis.
- Abd Elmajid Atouani
- Faouzi Mhamdi
- Lobna Ben Salem
- Ines Shabou
- Laila MRAD
- Asma Maaoui Gaaloul
- Taoufik Kouki
- Fouad El Abdi
- Asma Riyahi
If you have any questions about the conference, please feel free to
contact Faouzi Mhamdi (e-mail: infolanguesgmail.com)
- Tel&Fax : 78 441 744
- E-mail: islaibislaib.rnu.tn
- Web: www.islaib.rnu.tn
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