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LINGUIST List 22.4638

Mon Nov 21 2011

Calls: Computational Linguistics/Spain

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        1.     Guadalupe Aguado-de-Cea , Terminology and Knowledge Engineering

Message 1: Terminology and Knowledge Engineering
Date: 20-Nov-2011
From: Guadalupe Aguado-de-Cea <lupefi.upm.es>
Subject: Terminology and Knowledge Engineering
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Full Title: Terminology and Knowledge Engineering
Short Title: TKE 2012

Date: 20-Jun-2012 - 21-Jun-2012
Location: Madrid, Spain
Contact Person: Guadalupe Aguado-de-Cea
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.oeg-upm.net/tke2012

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call Deadline: 21-Jan-2012

Meeting Description:

Terminology and Knowledge Engineering
When: Conference, 20 - 21 June 2012
When: Workshops, 19 & 22 June 2012
Where: Madrid, Spain

Conference Aim and Topics:

TKE 2012 will be the 10th edition of this conference that started out under the auspices of TermNet, and has developed towards wider fields in knowledge transfer for special language communication in a multilingual global society. In this context, interdisciplinary research emphasizing the intersection of different disciplines dealing with terminological aspects and knowledge engineering resources online is welcome.

Call for Papers:

Important Dates:

Submission deadline: 21 January 2012
Notification due: 18 February 2012
Final version due: 7 April 2012

This conference will mainly focus on those theoretical, methodological and practical aspects that show the symbiosis of terminology and knowledge engineering by highlighting the recent advances in these related fields:

I. Terminology and Knowledge Engineering
- Ontologies as semantic resources
- Lexicons and ontologies as means for knowledge transfer
- Classification systems and thesauri
- Multimodal information management in terminology
- Metadata in terminological and knowledge resources
- Ontology localization
- Multilingual terminology extraction and alignment for lexical resources
- Representation of terms and conceptual relations in knowledge-based applications
- Comparative studies of terminological resources and/or ontological resources from different languages, domains and approaches
- Interoperability and reusability in knowledge-based tools and applications

II. Terminology Policies and Terminological Tools
- Terminology in Languages for Specialized Purposes (LSPs)
- Terminology and lexicography teaching and learning
- Terminology for language planning
- Terminological resources in the 21st century
- Multilinguality and multimodality in terminological resources
- Reusing, standardizing and merging terminological or ontological resources

III. Terminology Applications
- Applications of terminological resources
- Terminology in industrial and business settings
- Terminological tools for machine translation
- Terminology in natural language processing tools
- Terminology in e-government and sector standardization

Submission of Extended Abstracts for Oral Presentations and Posters:

Extended abstracts of papers for oral presentations should consist of not more than four pages, excluding references and illustrations, via the Conference Submission System. To submit an abstract, go to the submission site (soon available) and select 'new submission'. The abstract submitted will be used to assign reviewers, so be sure it identifies the subject area and expertise required to evaluate your work. The program committee may decide to change the category of a paper before acceptance.

Complete papers will be submitted electronically. The extension of papers will be no longer than 16 pages (5000-6000 words). Papers that exceed this limit will be rejected without review. Submissions must be in PDF, formatted in the style of the Springer Publications format for Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). For details on the LNCS style, see Springer's Author Instructions. The 2nd Call for Papers will include further details on accommodation and how to arrive.

Organizing Committee:

Guadalupe Aguado de Cea, UPM, Spain
Gerhard Budin, Viena University, Austria
Key Sun Choi, KAIST, Korea
Raúl García Castro, UPM, Spain
Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, UPM, Spain
Bodil Nistrup Madsen, CBS and GTW, Denmark
Ana Roldán Riejos, UPM, Spain
Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa,UPM, Spain
Klaus-Dirk Schmitz, Fachhochschule Köln and GTW, Germany
Hanne Erdman Thomsen, CBS and GTW, Denmark

Programme Committee:

Bassey Antia, Nigeria
Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles, France
Lynne Bowker, Canada
Paul Buitelaar, Ireland
Maria Teresa Cabré, Spain
Rute Costa, Portugal
Anne Condamines, France
Beatrice Daille, France
Thierry Declerck, Germany
Pamela Faber, Spain
Gil Francopoulo, France
Asunción Gómez Pérez, Spain
Fidelia Ibewke-Sanjuan, France
Kyo Kageura, Japan
Hendrick Kockaert, Belgium
Marita Kristiansen, Norway
Marie-Claude L'Homme, Canada
Adeline Nazarenko, France
Henrik Nilsson, Sweeden
Anita Nuopponen, Finland
Antonio Pareja-Lora, Spain
Maria Pozzi, Mexico
Christophe Roche, France
Laurent Romary, France
Sylvie Szluman, France
Frieda Steurs, Belgium
Birthe Toft, Denmark
Kara Warburton, Hong-Kong
Sue Ellen Wright, USA
Pierre Zweigenbaum, France

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