LINGUIST List 9.1536

Tue Nov 3 1998

Calls: Language Acquistion, Computational Linguistics

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  1. GALA '99, Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition
  2. Kruschwitz U, 2nd Annual Computational Linguistics Research Colloquium

Message 1: Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition

Date: Tue, 03 Nov 1998 16:00:06 +0100
From: GALA '99 <gala99ling.uni-potsdam.de>
Subject: Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition

-*-*-*-*-*-*- CALL FOR PAPERS -*-*-*-*-*-*-


 GALA '99
 Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition 1999
 University of Potsdam, Germany
 September 10-12, 1999


INVITED SPEAKERS:
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Stephen CRAIN (University of Maryland)

Roberta GOLINKOFF (University of Delaware)

Celia JAKUBOWICZ (Laboratoire de Psychologie Experimentale
Paris)

Juergen MEISEL (University of Hamburg)

Thomas ROEPER (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

Virginia VALIAN (Hunter College)


ABSTRACT SUBMISSION:
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Abstracts are invited for papers or posters on all topics in
the field of language acquisition including:

 Bilingualism
 Input & Interaction
 Language Disorders
 Morphology
 Neurolinguistics
 Phonology
 Semantics
 Syntax
 Speech Perception & Production

Paper presentations will be 30 minutes long (including
questions).

You can submit an abstract by E-MAIL or by REGULAR MAIL.
Abstracts for papers or posters should be no longer than 1
page. Please indicate on the abstract, whether it is a paper
presentation or a poster.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION BY E-MAIL:
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Please use plain text if possible, and use the subject name:
"Abstract". The e-mail should be addressed to:

 gala99ling.uni-potsdam.de

At the top of the abstract, please include the names and
affiliations of all the authors, and the e-mail of the
author who will handle correspondence. Please leave several
blank lines between this information and the abstract proper
(title and text), to facilitate anonymous review.

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION BY REGULAR MAIL:
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Send 3 copies of a one page abstract to the postal address
below. OMIT name and affiliation. Please include an extra
copy of the abstract with the following information:

 - title of the paper/poster
 - name(s) of the author(s)
 - address and affiliation
 - e-mail address

Submissions by regular mail should be sent to:

 GALA '99
 Linguistics Department
 University of Potsdam
 Postfach 14415
 D-14415 Potsdam
 Germany


DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: MARCH 1, 1999
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For additional information please see:

http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/gala99

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Message 2: 2nd Annual Computational Linguistics Research Colloquium

Date: Tue, 3 Nov 1998 13:36:13 GMT
From: Kruschwitz U <udoessex.ac.uk>
Subject: 2nd Annual Computational Linguistics Research Colloquium

CALL FOR PAPERS

2ND ANNUAL CLUK RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM

(CLUK = Computational Linguistics U.K.)

January 11th - 12th 1999
University of Essex

The CLUK Colloquia aim to offer PhD students in Natural Language 
Processing and related disciplines an opportunity to present and 
discuss their work with members of the wider research community.

The Colloquia are organised as mini-conferences. Candidates submit 
an abstract, which is refereed by the CLUK programme committee. 
Presentations are held in conference style sessions, to which senior 
established researchers are invited.

The 2nd Annual CLUK Research Colloquium will be held at the 
University of Essex, on Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th of January 
1999. This year, we are pleased to announce two invited speakers to 
the event:

Professor Johanna Moore (University of Edinburgh)
Dr Rens Bod (University of Leeds)

Details can be found on <http://cswww.essex.ac.uk/staff/udo/cluk.
The pages will be updated on an ongoing basis. For more information 
about the University of Essex, the Campus and how to get there, see 
<http://www.essex.ac.uk/about/main.html


- Call for papers: dates and format

Authors are requested to submit a 500 word abstract of their 
presentation (including name, address, email address and title) to:

Anne De Roeck
Department of Computer Science
University of Essex.
Wivenhoe Park
Colchester CO4 3SQ
email: deroeessex.ac.uk

Submissions as emailed ASCII text are preferred, but hardcopy 
format will be accepted.

Submission deadline: November 23rd
Notification of acceptance: December 14th

Abstracts will be refereed by the Programme Committee:

Anne De Roeck, University of Essex (Chair)
Adam Kilgarriff, University of Brighton
Diana Maynard, Manchester Metropolitan University
Mark Moens, University of Edinburgh
Nicholas Ostler, Linguacubun Ltd.
John Tait, University of Sunderland
Carole Tiberius, University of Brighton
Yorick Wilks, University of Sheffield

The CLUK Committee will actively pursue a means of publishing 
selected full papers in a journal or monograph series.


- Local Arrangements and Cost

The meeting will start at 11 am on January 11th, and will finish 
after lunch on January 12th. It is organised by the Organising 
Committee (email: cluk2essex.ac.uk):

Anne De Roeck
Udo Kruschwitz
Nick Webb
Rachele Winn - secretarial

Cost of participation is L55 and includes tea/coffee, lunches and 
dinner with wine.

Accommodation will be in local hotels. We are compiling a list of 
low cost accommodation in Wivenhoe and Colchester, which will appear 
on our website shortly. PARTICIPANTS ARE EXPECTED TO BOOK THEIR OWN 
ACCOMMODATION, though we will provide information and assist where 
we can. Problems should be addressed to cluk2essex.ac.uk.

An on-line registration page will be added to our website shortly.
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