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Subject: 6th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing
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Full Title: 6th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing
Short Title: IJCNLP 2013
Date: 14-Oct-2013 - 19-Oct-2013
Location: Nagoya, Japan
Contact Person: Hsin-Hsi Chen
Meeting Email: < click here to access email >
Web Site: http://www.ijcnlp2013.org
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Call Deadline: 17-May-2013
IJCNLP 2013: 6th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing
October 14-19, 2013, Nagoya Congress Center, Nagoya, Japan
The 6th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing, organized by the Asian Federation of Natural Language Processing, will be held in Nagoya, Japan during the period October 14-19, 2013. The conference will cover a broad range of technical areas related to the computational treatment of natural language. IJCNLP 2013 will feature full papers, short papers, demonstrations, tutorials, and workshops.
October 14: Tutorials, Pre-conference workshop
October 15-17: Main conference
October 18-19: Post-conference workshop
Call for Papers:
IJCNLP 2013 invites submissions of papers reporting original and unpublished research on all aspects of language processing and computational linguistics, including, but not limited to, the following: Phonology; Morphology; Syntax; Semantics; Pragmatics; Discourse; Dialog; Corpora; Dictionaries; Ontologies; Language resources for minority languages; Statistical and Machine Learning approaches; Finite-State Technology; Language models; POS tagging; Parsing; Semantic role labeling; Word- sense disambiguation; Anaphora and co-reference resolution; Natural language generation; Speech processing; Dialog Systems; Machine Translation; Information Retrieval; Information Extraction; Named Entity Recognition; Text summarization; Question Answering; Text mining; Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis; NLP for medical applications; NLP for educational applications; Text accessibility; Plagiarism detection; Author identification; Spam filtering.
May 17, 2013: Full paper/short paper submission due
July 8, 2013: Full paper/short paper acceptance notification
August 9, 2013: Camera ready due
October 15-17, 2013: Main conference
Call for Demonstrations:
The IJCNLP 2013 Demonstration Committee invites proposals for the Demonstrations Program. We encourage both the submission of early research prototypes and interesting mature systems. We also welcome demo proposals related to submission to the main conference. Commercial sales and marketing activities are inappropriate for the Program.
Areas of Interest:
Areas of interest include all topics related to theoretical and applied computational linguistics, such as (but not limited to) the topics listed for the conference paper submission.
The systems may be of the following kinds:
- Natural Language Processing systems or system components
- Application systems using language technology components
- Software tools for computational linguistics research
- Software for demonstration or evaluation
- Development tools
Format for Submission:
Demo proposals consist of the following parts, which should all be sent to the Demo Chairs. Please use the main IJCNLP paper formatting guidelines. The entire proposal should not be more than four pages.
1. An extended abstract of the technical content to be demonstrated, including title, authors, full contact information, references, and acknowledgements
2. A ‘script outline’ of the demo presentation, including accompanying narrative, and either a Web address for accessing the demo or visual aids (e.g., screenshots, snapshots, or diagrams)
3. A detailed description of the hardware, software and internet service requirements expected to be provided by the local organizer
Submission procedure will be announced later. The deadline for proposals is May 24, 2013. Submissions will be evaluated on the basis of their relevance to computational linguistics, innovation, scientific contribution, presentation, as well as potential logistical constraints. Accepted submissions will be allocated maximum four pages in the Companion Volume to the Proceedings of the Conference.
May 24, 2013: Demo proposal submission due
July 8, 2013: Demo proposal acceptance notification
August 9, 2013: Demo paper camera ready due
October 15-17: Conference
Call for Tutorials:
IJCNLP 2013 seeks proposals for tutorials on all topics of computational linguistics, broadly conceived to include areas such as speech processing, information retrieval, psycholinguistics and language issues in emerging domains such as social media, bioinformatics, and processing of legal documents. Especially encouraged are tutorials that introduce recent advancements in cross-disciplinary areas such as network analysis, machine learning, and grounding in language processing.
Proposals for tutorials should contain:
1. A title and brief description of the tutorial content and its relevance to the NLP community (not more than 2 pages)
2. A brief outline of the tutorial structure showing that the tutorial’s core content can be covered in a three-hour slot (including a coffee break). In exceptional cases six-hour tutorial slots are available as well
3. A sample (and preferably all, if available) of the slides and any other material that will be used for the tutorial
4. The names, postal addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of the tutorial instructors, including a one-paragraph statement of their research interests and areas of expertise
5. A list of previous venues and approximate audience sizes, if the same or a similar tutorial has been given elsewhere; otherwise an estimate of the audience size
6. A description of special requirements for technical equipment (e.g., internet access)
Proposals should be submitted by electronic mail, in a single PDF file or a single plain ASCII text file no later than May 17, 2013 to tccijcnlp2013.org.
The subject line should be: ‘IJCNLP 2013: Tutorial Proposal’.
You will receive an email confirmation that your proposal has been received. If you do not receive this confirmation 24 hours after sending the proposal, please send email again to the above addresses.
Tutorial Speaker Responsibilities:
Accepted tutorial speakers will be notified by June 17, 2013, and must then provide the brief descriptions and outlines of their tutorials for inclusion in the conference registration material by August 5, 2013. The descriptions and outlines should be in ASCII version that can be included in email announcements and published on the conference web site. Tutorial speakers must provide the final tutorial materials, at least containing copies of the course slides as well as a bibliography for the material covered in the tutorial, by August 26, 2013.
Submission deadline for tutorial proposals: May 17, 2013
Notification of acceptance: June 17, 2013
Tutorial descriptions due: August 5, 2013
Tutorial course material due: August 26, 2013
Tutorial date: October 14, 2013
Please send inquiries concerning IJCNLP-13 tutorials to Satoshi Sekine (tccijcnlp2013.org).
Call for Workshop Proposals:
IJCNLP 2013 solicits proposals on any topic of interest to the natural language processing communities.
Proposals for workshops should be no more than four pages on A4 sized paper in length, and should be in text or PDF format. It should contain the following information:
1. A title and brief (two-page max) description of the workshop topic and content
2. The desired workshop length (half day, full day or two days), the preference (pre- or post-conference) and an estimate of the number of attendees
3. The names, postal addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses of the organizers with one-paragraph statements of their research interests and areas of expertise
4. A list of potential members of the program committee with an indication of which members have already agreed
5. A description of any shared tasks associated with the workshop
6. A description of special requirements for technical needs
Soft versions of the Workshop proceedings will be published in a USB flash drive and may also be made available in the ACL archive (to be finalized). Although AFNLP holds the copyrights of the published papers, workshop organizers are encouraged to go for special issues of reputed journals with extended versions. Please submit workshop proposals to the workshop co-chairs (wccijcnlp2013.org) by March 8, 2013.
March 8, 2013: Workshop proposal due
March 22, 2013: Notification of acceptance
Timelines for IJCNLP 2013 Workshops:
April 5, 2013: Proposed workshop 1st CFP
May 10, 2013: Proposed workshop 2nd CFP
June 7, 2013: Proposed paper submission due date
July 29, 2013: Proposed notification of acceptance
Aug 23, 2013: Camera-ready deadline
Oct 14, 2013: Pre-Conference Workshops
Oct 18-19, 2013: Post-Conference Workshops
Hsin-Hsi Chen, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Program Committee Chairs:
Ruslan Mitkov, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Jong Park, KAIST, Korea
Local Organizing Committee Chair:
Hitoshi Isahara, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
Workshop Committee Chairs:
Naoaki Okazaki, Tohoku University, Japan
Scott Wen-tau Yih, Microsoft Research, USA
Vincent Ng, The University of Texas at Dallas, USA
Satoshi Sekine, New York University, USA
Hang Li, Huawei Technologies Co., China
Kentaro Torisawa, NICT, Japan
Sponsorship Committee Chair:
Hiromi Nakaiwa, NTT, Japan
Publication Committee Chairs:
Jing Jiang, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Lun-Wei Ku, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Finance Committee Chairs:
Masayuki Okabe, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
Masatoshi Tsuchiya, Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan
Publicity Committee Chairs:
Gareth Jones, Dublin City University, Ireland
Gary Geunbae Lee, POSTECH, Korea
Diego Molla-Aliod, Macquarie University, Australia
Chengqing Zong, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
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