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LINGUIST List 24.1598

Mon Apr 08 2013

Calls: Computational Linguistics, Cognitive Science, Neurolinguistics/Japan

Editor for this issue: Alison Zaharee <alisonlinguistlist.org>

Date: 08-Apr-2013
From: Anna Danielewicz-Betz <abetzu-aizu.ac.jp>
Subject: 1st International Aizu Conference on Biomedical Informatics and Technology
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Full Title: 1st International Aizu Conference on Biomedical Informatics and Technology
Short Title: ACBIT'2013

Date: 16-Sep-2013 - 17-Sep-2013
Location: Aizuwakamatsu, Japan
Contact Person: Anna Danielewicz-Betz
Meeting Email: < click here to access email > <
Web Site: http://web-ext.u-aizu.ac.jp/conference/acbit/

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics; Neurolinguistics

Call Deadline: 24-May-2013

Meeting Description:

With an emphasis on the applications of computer, physical, engineering and mathematical models for solving modern challenging problems in medicine, biology and health; the conference aims to bring biologists, medical and health-science researchers together with computer-science and computational scientists to focus on problems at the frontier of biomedical informatics and technology. A goal of this meeting is that the interactions of scientists across several disciplines will lead to the identification of new scientific investigations, shape future directions for strategic research, and help industrial users apply advanced computer techniques for solving practical life-science problems.

Call for Papers:

Topics include, but are not limited to the following:

Addressing important problems in medicine, biology and health using image analysis, computer vision, pattern analysis and classification, information visualization, signal processing, control theory, information theory, statistical analysis, information fusion, numerical analysis, fractals and chaos, optimization, simulation and modeling, parallel computing, computational intelligence methods, machine learning, data mining, decision support systems, database integration and management, cognitive modelling, and interdisciplinary linguistics.

Authors are invited to submit regular papers (between 10-12 pages, up to 15 pages) or poster papers (between 2-4 pages) showing original research contributions. The page limits include abstract, figures, tables and references. The work should not have been presented or published or being considered for review or publication by other conferences.

The conference proceedings will be published in Springer Communications in Computer and Information Science (Springer CCIS). Authors should refer to the Author’s Instructions on Springer’s website (http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs/lncs+authors?SGWID=0-40209-0-0-0) for more information on paper format and to download the style/template files. For the preparation of the camera-ready papers/files, authors have to strictly adhere to the Springer CCIS Authors’ Instructions and are strongly encouraged to use the CCIS LaTeX style files or templates.

Only electronic submission will be accepted through the conference paper submission web page. Please use only PDF format for the submitted paper. If the paper is accepted, the author(s) will be asked to submit the source of the camera-ready version of the paper for inclusion in the conference proceedings. Authors are advised to agree that submission implies at least one author to register and present the accepted paper at the conference.

Important Dates:

Paper submission due: 24 May 2013
Notification of decision: 31 May 2013
Camera-ready paper submission: 15 June 2013



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