LINGUIST List 6.591

Fri 21 Apr 1995

Calls: Natural language processing, Second lg acquisition

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  1. Chopin, call for papers
  2. Vera Regan, 2nd call for papers - European Second Language Acquisiton Confer

Message 1: call for papers

Date: Thu, 20 Apr 1995 18:05:12 call for papers
From: Chopin <>
Subject: call for papers

 ------------------------ CFP --------------------------


 Third Natural Language Processing
 Pacific-Rim Symposium

 Seoul, Korea
 December 4-6, 1995

NLPRS'95, which will be held from December 4-6, 1995 in Seoul, Korea, is
the third forums to bring together NLP researchers in the Pacific-Rim area
for scientific exchange and presentation. The program will include
tutorials, invited talks, and demonstrations as well as tracks for paper and
video presentations.

 NLPRS95 is organized jointly by:

 SIG-KLC(Korean Language Computing) of
 KISS (Korean Information Science Society)
 SIG-NLP of IPSJ (Information Processing Society of Japan)

 In cooperation with

 The Linguistic Society of Korea
 The Korean Society for Cognitive Science

 TOPICS OF INTEREST: Submissions are solicited on original and previously
 unpublished research in all aspects of NLP, including, but not limited to:

 phonetics generation
 phonology parsing
 morphology machine(-aided)translation
 syntax linguistic models of natural language
 semantics natural language interface and dialog systems
 pragmatics language-oriented information retrieval
 discourse corpus-based language modelling

 PAPER SUBMISSION: Papers of no longer than 6 pages in the double-column
 conference format should be submitted by 20th June, 1995. We strongly
 encourage papers to be electronically submitted. In this case, they should
 be in either LaTeX format or plain text, and should be emailed to :

 If electronic submission is not possible, three hard copies of the paper
 should be sent to:

 Mr. J.M. KIM
 NLPRS'95 Secretariat
 Foreign Tourist Dept II
 Hanjin Travel Service Co.,Ltd.(Conference Agency)
 132-4, 1-ka, Bongrae-dong, Chung-ku,
 100-161, Seoul, Korea
 Phone:+82-2-726-5540, Fax:+82-2-773-1623

 DEADLINES: Paper Submission: June 20, 1995
 Notification of Acceptance: August 30, 1995
 Camera Ready Copy Due: September 30, 1995


 Hotel Sofitel Ambassador is designated for the Symposium accommodation.
 Room rate is specially reduced as US$100.-/night approximately for single,
 double or twin type. The above rate includes 10% service charge & 10% VAT,
 but it does not include breakfast. Hotel reservation should be made
 the Secretariat.

 The WWW version of this CFP is also avaiable at:

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Message 2: 2nd call for papers - European Second Language Acquisiton Confer

Date: Wed, 19 Apr 1995 12:35:58 2nd call for papers - European Second Language Acquisiton Confer
From: Vera Regan <>
Subject: 2nd call for papers - European Second Language Acquisiton Confer

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Programme will consist of plenary sessions and parallel sessions.
In addition, two workshops will be held: one on L.2 lexical
acquisiton/processing research and one on variation approaches to
SLA. These workshops will be on Monday 11th September. The
workshop on lexical acquisition will be organised by David
Singleton, and the variation workshop will be organised by
Richard Young and Bob Bayley.

Principal speakers at the conference are:
Dr. David Singleton, "First catch your lexicon: the tribulations
of the L2 vocabulary acquisition researcher".
Dr. Shana Poplack, "On the frontier between code-switching and
Dr. Teresa Pica, "Learner needs, learning processes and language
outcomes: an interactionist perspective on Second Language
Special Session on Sociolinguistics and SLA


Please return abstract to Dr. Vera Regan, "Eurosla 5", Department
of French, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland
before 25th May 1995.

Author: _________________________________________________________

Title of Paper: _________________________________________________

Address for Correspondence: _____________________________________

Telephone: ____________________________

Telefax: ______________________________

Email: _________________________________

Presentation mode: (Please tick one):
 oral presentation
audio visual requirements:
 slides, 35 mm
 film, 16 mm
 video projection

Date ________________ Signature: __________________________


Engineering Building
University College Dublin
Belfield, Dublin 4

Important Dates:
25th May Deadline for receipt of Abtracts
25th June Mailing notification for Acceptance of Abstracts
10th August Deadline for recipt of Early Registration

Registration Fees:
Participants: IRL65 (before 10/9/95); IRL75 (after 10/8/95)
Registration fee includes: Admission to opening ceremony,
Government Reception, all Scientific Sessions, the Eurosla General
Assembly and daily coffee and tea-breaks, conference badge,
abstracts and Final Programme.

Payment of Fees:
Complete Registration/Accommodation Booking Forms should be
returned before 10th August 1995 with full payment. Payment must
be made in IRISH POUNDS by Bankers Draft drawn on an Irish Bank
and made payable to "Eurosla '95". Drafts may be drawn on any
Irish Bank (e.g., Allied Irish Bank, Bank of Ireland, Ulster Bank,
National Irish Bank).
All participants, including presenters, will be required to pay
Registration Fees and complete the Application Form.

Accomodation is available in University College Dublin Campus.
This new residential accommodation is a superior development of
self-contained apartments, modern in design and tastefully
decorated. Each apartment has 3 or 4 single bedrooms, bathroom,
shower room and a fully equipped dining room/kitchen. These
bedrooms can be booked for single accommodation and couples will be
accomodated in adjacent single rooms. Breakfast is served in the
Main College Restaurant.

Accommodation is also available in the Montrose Hotel which is
situated approximately five minutes from the University and twenty
five minutes from the city centre.

Similarly, twin and single rooms are available in the Berkeley
Court Hotel, located ten minutes from the city centre and twenty
minutes from the University.

Participants are advised to book early as September is a very busy
month in Dublin.

N.B. Faxed bookings cannot be processed until payment is received
by the Registration Secretariat.

Lunches are available in University College Dublin and the cost is
not included in the Registration Fee. The cost is IRL6 per person.
These may be pre-booked on the Registration Form. A light
sandwich is also available in Finnegans Break, Arts Building, UCD.

The Organising Committee will not be responsible for any medical
expenses, loss or accidents during the Conference and we recommend
that participants insure themselves in this respect.

Refunds on Registrations/Accommodations are applicable as follows:
Before the 10th August: 75 percent Refund
After the 10th August: No Refund

In connection with the Scientific Programme:
 Dr. Vera Regan
 Department of French
 University College Dublin
 Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland

In connection with Registration/Accomodation details:
 Eurosla 5 Conference Registration Office
 Clifton House
 Lower Fitzwilliam Street
 Dublin 2, Ireland
tel: +353-1-661 3788
fax: +353-1-661 2073


 Dr. Vera Regan
 Department of French
 University College Dublin
 Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland

Vera Regan
French Department phone: +353-1-7068448
University College Dublin fax: +353-1-7061175
Belfield, Dublin 4
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