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Thu May 19 2011

Calls: Computational Linguistics, Language Documentation/Croatia

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        1.     Sanja Seljan , INFuture2011: Information Sciences and e-Society

Message 1: INFuture2011: Information Sciences and e-Society
Date: 18-May-2011
From: Sanja Seljan <sanja.seljanffzg.hr>
Subject: INFuture2011: Information Sciences and e-Society
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Full Title: INFuture2011: Information Sciences and e-Society
Short Title: INFuture2011

Date: 09-Nov-2011 - 11-Nov-2011
Location: Zagreb, Croatia
Contact Person: Sanja Seljan
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://infoz.ffzg.hr/INFuture

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Language Documentation

Call Deadline: 31-May-2011

Meeting Description:

INFuture2011: ‘Information Sciences and e-Society’
Zagreb, 9-11 November 2011
http://infoz.ffzg.hr/INFuture

INFuture 2011: Information Sciences and e-Society is the third in a series of INFuture conferences focusing on creation, usage and sharing of digital solutions for advancement of e-society. The objective of the conference is to provide a platform for discussing both theoretical and practical issues.

Call for Papers:

Topics include but are not limited to:

- E-Society
- E-Services, E-Government and Business Applications
- E-Learning
- Visual Communication
- Communicating Heritage
- Natural Language Processing
- Language Technologies
- Digital Preservation
- Special Session: Doctoral Colloquium (doctoral candidates present their research interests)

We also encourage papers on human-computer interaction, multimedia solutions, social networks research, advanced solutions for mobile cultural heritage services, virtual learning environments, cultural heritage management, research and application of natural language processing techniques, solutions for digital lexicography, document and record management, digitization of cultural heritage materials, long-term preservation of digital materials, repositories. We welcome best practices and business applications in digital archives, libraries etc., and other related domains.

Official language of the conference is English.

The proposed papers should not be published before (neither partially nor completely), nor currently be considered for publication by any other conference, journal or book, nor should the submissions be a translation of previously published or presented papers. All papers shall undergo a rigorous international, blind peer review in which the identity of both the reviewer and author are respectfully concealed from both parties.

All proposed papers should be prepared according to the paper submission guidelines in the camera-ready version.

For submission guidelines, please see http://infoz.ffzg.hr/INFuture/PapersGuidlines.aspx

Important Dates:

Deadline for expression of interest (200-300 words, not reviewed): 31 May 2011 (deadline extended)
Deadline for camera-ready papers (reviewed): 1 June 2011
Paper reviews no later than: 1 July 2011
Submission of corrected papers: 1 August 2011
Conference 9-11 November 2011




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