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LINGUIST List 18.1989

Mon Jul 02 2007

Calls: General Ling/South Korea;Discourse Analysis,Lexicography/France

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        1.    Youngjun Jang, International Congress of Linguists
        2.    Serge Heiden, 9th International Conference on Statistical Analysis of Textual Data


Message 1: International Congress of Linguists
Date: 02-Jul-2007
From: Youngjun Jang <yjangcau.ac.kr>
Subject: International Congress of Linguists


Full Title: International Congress of Linguists
Short Title: CIL 18

Date: 21-Jul-2008 - 26-Jul-2008
Location: Seoul, Korea, South
Contact Person: Ik-Hwan Lee
Meeting Email: ihleeyonsei.ac.kr
Web Site: http://www.cil18.org

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): English (eng)

Call Deadline: 31-Aug-2007

Meeting Description:

International Congress of Linguists (CIL) 18 (http://www.cil18.org)

Deadline for Abstracts Extended

July 21-26, 2008
Korea University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Organized by the Linguistic Society of Korea

Under the auspices of the Permanent International Committee of Linguists (CIPL)

Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development, Republic
of Korea

Address of the Local Organizing Committee:
c/o Ik-Hwan Lee, College of Liberal Arts, Yonsei University,
Seoul 120-749, Republic of Korea
Tel. +82-2-365-4290, +82-2-2123-2315
Fax. +82-2-313-4290, +82-2-393-3513
E-mail: ihleeyonsei.ac.kr

We are pleased to announce that the 18th International Congress of Linguists
will be held from July 21 through 26, 2008, at Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
Those who are interested in submitting abstract to the Parallel Sessions and/or
Workshops are invited to apply. You may refer to the following description and
directions.

Important Dates:
- Deadline for Abstract Submission: August 31, 2007
- Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: November 30, 2007

International Congress of Linguists (CIL) 18 (http://www.cil18.org)

Deadline for Abstracts Extended

July 21-26, 2008
Korea University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Organized by the Linguistic Society of Korea

Under the auspices of the Permanent International Committee of Linguists (CIPL)

Sponsored by the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development, Republic
of Korea

Submission of Abstracts:
- Parallel Session: abstracts should be sent to both the local organizing
committee (cil18cil18.org) and the organizers of Parallel Sessions
- Workshops: abstracts should be sent to both the local organizing committee
(cil18cil18.org) and the organizers of Workshops
- Sessions for non-designated topics: Abstracts that may not be categorized into
parallel session or workshop should be sent the local organizing committee
(cil18cil18.org )

I. Invited Speakers
1. Language: Susan Fischer, U of California, San Diego (Susan.Fischerrit.edu)
2. Evolution of language: Jean Aitchison, Worcester
(jean.aitchisonworcester.oxford.ac.uk)
3. Semantics and Pragmatics: Laurence Horn, Yale U (laurence.hornyale.edu)
4. Syntax: Jane Grimshaw, Rutgers U (grimshawruccs.rutgers.edu)
5. Phonological, neurolinguistics and psycholinguistics interface: Grzegorz
Dogil, Stuttgart U (grzegorz.dogilims.uni-stuttgart.de; dogilIMS.Uni-Stuttgart.de)
6. Structure of the lexicon: James Pustejovsky, Brandeis U (jamespcs.brandeis.edu)
7. Rights: Suzanne Romaine, MertonCollege, Oxford U
(suzanne.romainelinguistics-philology.oxford.ac.uk)
8. Formal semantics: Kiyong Lee, Korea U (kleekorea.ac.kr)

II. Parallel Sessions of Designated Topics
(1) Language, mind and brain
Organizer: Gary Libben (gary.libbenualberta.ca.)
(2) Information structure
Organizer: Manfred Krifka (krifkarz.hu-berlin.de) &
Caroline Féry (caroline.ferygmail.com)
(3) Language policy
Organizer: Bernard Spolsky (spolsbmail.biu.ac.il)
(4) Intercultural pragmatics, language and society
Organizer: Shoshana Blum-Kulka (mskcusbmscc.huji.ac.il)
(5) Historical and comparative linguistics
Organizer: Brian D. Joseph (bjosephling.ohio-state.edu)
(6) Phonetics and phonology
Organizer: Donca Steriade (steriademit.edu)
(7) Lexical semantics
Organizer: Sebastian Löbner (loebnerphil-fak.uni-duesseldorf.de)
(8) Tense, aspect and modality
Organizer: Johan van der Auwera (auwerachello.be)
(9) Computational linguistics
Organizer: Hans Uszkoreit (uszkoreitdfki.de)
(10) Syntax
Organizer: Farrell Ackerman (ackermanling.ucsd.edu)

III. Workshops
(1) Interface Conditions
Organizer: Anna Maria Di Sciullo (www.interfaceasymmetry.uqam.ca)
(2) English for Intercultural Communication in Asian Contexts
Organizer: Angel Lin (AngelLincuhk.edu.hk)
(3) Silent Issues in Linguistic Theory
Organizer: Hee-Don Ahn (hdahnkonkuk.ac.kr)
(4) Speech Sciences in Linguistics
Organizer: (Hyun-Gi Kim (hyungkchonbuk.ac.kr) &
Sangjoon Kim(malsorimalsori.or.kr)
(5) Formal Approaches to the Relation of Tense, Aspect and Modality
Organizer: Yukinori Takubo (ytakubobun.kyoto-u.ac.jp)
(6) Contrastiveness in Information Structure and/or Scalar Implicatures
Organizers: Chungmin Lee and Ferenc Kiefer (cleesnu.ac.kr;
kiefernytud.hu)
(7) Language Diversity: Through the perspective of Descriptive Linguitics
Organizer: Kayo Nagai (k_nagaitc4.so-net.ne.jp)
(8) Writing Systems and the Linguistic Structure
Organizer: Sang-Oak Lee (sangoaksnu.ac.kr)
(9) Current Issues in Linguistic Interfaces
Organizer: Jong-Yurl Yoon (jyyoonkookmin.ac.kr)
(10) Language and Gender
Organizers: Hye-Sook Kim, Kathlen Ahrens, & Ik-Hwan Lee
(hskimkonyang.ac.kr )
(11) Second Language Acquisition and Applied Linguistics
Organizers: Jin-Wan Kim and Jong-Im Han
(jihanewha.ac.kr; jinwansnu.ac.kr )
(12) Ontology: From Lexical Realization to Formal Ontology
Organizer: Chu-Ren Huang (churenhuanggmail.com)
(13) Features of Translation Universals
Organizers: Euiyon Cho and Soon-Young Kim (choeydongguk.edu)
(14) Endangered Languages
Organizer: Ju-Won Kim (kjwnsnu.kr)
(15) Argument Realization in Asian Languages
Organizer: Henry Y. Chang (henryylcgate.sinica.edu.tw)
(16) Lexis-Grammar Interface
Organizer: Eric Laporte (eric.laporteuniv-mlv.fr )
(17) Syntactic Parameters
Organizers: Niina Zhang and Youngjun Jang (lngnzccu.edu.tw )
(18) Interfaces in Phonology
Organizer: Jongho Jun (jonghosnu.ac.kr)
(19) Languages and Cultures in Contact
Organizers: Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk(bltuni.lodz.pl) and
Thekla Wiebusch(thekla.wiebuschhotmail.fr)

Registration Fees
(1) Pre-registration (before December 31, 2007): USD 60
Participants: USD 60
Accompanying: USD 30
Students: USD 15
(2) On-Site registration (after January 1, 2008)
Participants: USD 80
Accompanying: USD 40
Students: USD 20
Registration covers full participation of CIL 18 including parallel sessions and
workshops.

Transportation and Accommodation
Please visit our website (http://CIL18.org ) for information about
transportation & accommodation and more.
Message 2: 9th International Conference on Statistical Analysis of Textual Data
Date: 29-Jun-2007
From: Serge Heiden <slhens-lsh.fr>
Subject: 9th International Conference on Statistical Analysis of Textual Data



Full Title: 9th International Conference on Statistical Analysis of Textual Data
Short Title: JADT 2008

Date: 12-Mar-2008 - 14-Mar-2008
Location: Lyon, France
Contact Person: Serge Heiden
Meeting Email: jadt2008ens-lsh.fr
Web Site: http://jadt.org

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis; Lexicography; Ling & Literature;
Text/Corpus Linguistics

Call Deadline: 15-Oct-2007

Meeting Description:

The 9th International Conference on the Statistical Analysis of Textual Data
will be held in Lyon (France), on March 12-14, 2008. This biennial conference,
which has constantly been gaining in importance since its first occurrence in
Barcelone (1990), is open to all scholars and researchers working in the field
of textual data analysis; ranging from lexicography to the analysis of political
discourse, from information retrieval to marketing research, from computational
linguistics to sociolinguistics, from text mining to content analysis. After the
success of the previous meetings, the three-day conference in Lyon will continue
to provide a workshop-style forum through technical paper sessions, invited
talks, and panel discussions.

JADT 2008 - First call for papers

9th International Conference on the Statistical Analysis of Textual Data

March 12 - 14 2008
hosted by the Ecole normale supérieure
Lettres et sciences humaines
Lyon, France

http://www.jadt.org/

Important dates:

Submission Deadline: October 15 2007
Notification: November 27 2007
Final version papers: December 20 2007
Conference: March 12 - 14 2008

Topics of interest:

- Textometry, Statistical Analysis of Textual Data
- Exploratory Textual Data Analysis
- Text Corpora Encoding
- Corpus Linguistics
- Natural Language Processing: Morphosyntactic Tagging, Lemmatizing, Linguistic
Annotation
- Statistical Analysis of Open-ended Survey Responses
- Text Mining
- Text Classification and Visualization
- Information Retrieval
- Tool-based Digital Text Edition
- Software for Textual Data Analysis
- Methodology and Usage Study for Textual Data Analysis
- Training in Methodology and Tools for Textual Data Analysis

Languages for the papers and the presentations:

Papers and presentations can be made in any one of the following languages:
English, French, Italian, Spanish. No translation will be provided.

Submission instructions:

Submissions should be limited to new and original work. All papers
should include background survey and/or reference to previous work
pertinent to the topic.

Participants wishing to submit a paper or present a poster should
transmit the following information by October 15, 2007:
- the title of the proposed paper or poster
- the names; affiliations and full mailing address with fax and e-mail of the
authors
- keywords
- the full text of the communication (8 pages recommended, 12 pages maximum)
- an abstract in the chosen language
- an abstract in English (maximum: 300 words)
- the bibliographical references

Authors are encouraged to use the conference style sheet provided on the site.
Technical instructions for the transmission of papers are specified on the web
site (http://www.jadt.org), in the corresponding section. Notification of
acceptance will be sent to the authors by November 27, 2007.

The final version of the paper must be conform to the conference style sheet and
be sent to the committee no later than December 20, 2007.

Presentations:

Paper presentations will be limited to 20 minutes each. A short presentation of
the posters by their authors will be given in dedicated plenary sessions.

Proceedings:

All the accepted papers to JADT 2008 will be collected and issued as proceedings
to the participants at the start of the conference. Note that in JADT
conferences, the distinction between posters and communications concerns only
oral presentations. The texts corresponding to the accepted posters will be
included in the proceedings. Since 1998, the proceedings of the JADT conferences
are systematically published online on the following website:
http://www.cavi.univ-paris3.fr/lexicometrica/jadt/index.htm

Program:

The preliminary program of JADT 2008 will be made available before the
conference on the site jadt.org.

Registration:

Registration forms are available on the site jadt.org.
Early bird registration fees end February 1, 2008.

Program Committee:

Ramon Alvarez, Univ. de Leon, Esp.
Harald Baayen, Univ. de Nimègue, PB
Simona Balbi, Univ. de Naples, It
Valérie Baudouin France-telecom R&D, Paris, Fr
Monica Bécue, Univ. Polyt.de Catalunya, Esp
Sergio Bolasco, Univ. de Roma 'La Sapienza', It
Étienne Brunet, Univ. de Nice Sophia Antipolis, Fr
Lou Burnard, Univ. Oxford, RU
Claude Condé, Univ. de Franche Comté, Fr
François Daoust, UQÀM, Ca
Anne Dister, UCLouvain, Be
Jules Duchastel, UQÀM, Ca
Serge Fleury, Univ. Paris 3, Fr
Cédrick Fairon, UCLouvain, Be
Benoit Habert, Univ. Paris X / Limsi-CNRS, Fr
Serge Heiden, ENS-LSH, Lyon, Fr
Ludovic Lebart, CNRS, ENST, Paris, Fr (president)
Alain Lelu, Univ. de Franche Comté, Fr
Damon Mayaffre, CNRS, Nice, Fr
Sylvie Mellet, CNRS, Nice, Fr
Denis Monière, Univ. de Montréal, Ca
Bénédicte Pincemin, CNRS, Lyon, Fr
Gérald Purnelle, Univ. de Liège, Be
Martin Rajman, EPFL, Lausanne, CH
Max Reinert, CNRS, Univ. de Versailles SQY, Fr
André Salem, Univ. Paris 3, Fr
Pascale Sébillot, IRISA, Insa de Rennes, Fr
Max Silberztein, Univ. de Franche Comté, Fr
Jean-Marie Viprey, Univ. de Franche Comté, Fr
François Yvon, EGT/ENST, Paris, Fr

Organisation Committee:

Serge Heiden
Bénédicte Pincemin
Céline Guillot
Alexis Lavrentiev
Afifa Zenati
Aurélie Lejeune
Liliane Vosghanian
Bruno Courbon

Informations and Contact:

Web site: http://www.jadt.org/
Mail: jadt2008ens-lsh.fr
Postal address:
Serge Heiden, JADT 2008
Laboratoire ICAR - ENS-LSH
15 parvis René Descartes - BP7000
69342 Lyon Cedex 07
France
Phone: +33 (0)4 37 37 63 12 ; fax: +33 (0)4 37 37 62 65



Francais

JADT 2008 - Premier appel à communications

9es Journées internationales d'analyse statistique des données textuelles
du 12 au 14 mars 2008
à l'Ecole normale supérieure
Lettres et sciences humaines
Lyon, France

http://www.jadt.org/

Les journées internationales d'analyse statistique des données
textuelles (JADT) réunissent tous les deux ans, depuis 1990, des
chercheurs travaillant dans les différents domaines concernés par les
traitements automatiques et statistiques de données textuelles. Elles
permettent aux participants de présenter leurs résultats, de confronter leurs
outils et leurs expériences.

Les 9es journées internationale d'analyse statistique des données textuelles
JADT 2008 réuniront à l'Ecole normale supérieure Lettres et sciences humaines
de Lyon (France), du 12 au 14 mars 2008, statisticiens, linguistes,
sociologues, spécialistes d'analyse du discours, informaticiens, spécialistes de
lexicographie et de fouille de textes.

Calendrier:

Date limite de soumission: 15 octobre 2007
Notification des acceptations aux auteurs: 27 novembre 2007
Version finale: 20 décembre 2007
Conférence: 12-14 mars 2008

Thèmes de la rencontre:

- Textométrie, statistique textuelle
- Analyse exploratoire de données textuelles
- Corpus de textes, représentations textuelles et hypertextuelles
- Linguistique de corpus
- Traitement automatique du langage naturel: étiquetage,
lemmatisation, enrichissement linguistique
- Analyse statistique de réponses à des questions ouvertes
- Fouille de données textuelles (text mining)
- Classification de textes, cartographie lexicale et textuelle
- Recherche documentaire, recherche d'informations
- Edition outillée de textes numériques
- Logiciels pour l'analyse textuelle
- Méthodologie et usages en analyse de corpus de textes
- Formation aux méthodes et aux outils d'analyse de corpus de textes

Langues autorisées pour les présentations:

Les présentations pourront se faire dans l'une des langues suivantes:
français, anglais, espagnol, italien. Aucune traduction simultanée
n'est prévue.

Modalités de soumission:

Les articles soumis devront décrire un travail original et novateur.
Les contributions devront contenir un état de l'art et des références à
des travaux antérieurs pertinents.

Les participants souhaitant soumettre une communication orale ou une
communication affichée (poster) doivent transmettre par voie
électronique avant le 15 octobre 2007:
- le titre de la communication;
- les noms, affiliations et adresses complètes (+fax, email) des
auteurs;
- les mots-clés;
- leur communication (longueur conseillée 8 pages, 12 pages au
maximum);
- un résumé dans la langue de communication choisie;
- un résumé en anglais (300 mots maximum);
- les références bibliographiques.

Il est recommandé aux auteurs d'utiliser la feuille de style mise à disposition
sur le site. Les modalités de transmission des soumissions sont précisées sur le
site (http://www.jadt.org), dans la rubrique correspondante. Les notifications
d'acceptation seront envoyées aux auteurs le 27 novembre 2007.

La version finale de la contribution devra utiliser la feuille de style
et parvenir au comité au plus tard le 20 décembre 2007.

Présentations orales:

La durée des présentations est de 20 minutes. Les posters donneront
également lieu à une brève présentation orale en séance plénière.

Actes:

Les actes des JADT 2008 rassemblant la totalité des contributions acceptées
seront distribués à tous les participants au début de la conférence. Depuis
1998, les actes des colloques JADT sont systématiquement mis en ligne. Ils
peuvent être consultés à l'adresse suivante:
http://www.cavi.univ-paris3.fr/lexicometrica/jadt/index.htm

Programme:

Le programme provisoire des JADT 2008 sera disponible avant la conférence sur le
site jadt.org.

Inscriptions:

Les formulaires d'inscription sont disponibles sur le site jadt.org.
Un tarif réduit est offert jusqu'au 1er février 2008.

Comité de programme:

Ramon Alvarez, Univ. de Leon, Esp.
Harald Baayen, Univ. de Nimègue, PB
Simona Balbi, Univ. de Naples, It
Valérie Baudouin France-telecom R&D, Paris, Fr
Monica Bécue, Univ. Polyt.de Catalunya, Esp
Sergio Bolasco, Univ. de Roma 'La Sapienza', It
Étienne Brunet, Univ. de Nice Sophia Antipolis, Fr
Lou Burnard, Univ. Oxford, RU
Claude Condé, Univ. de Franche Comté, Fr
François Daoust, UQÀM, Ca
Anne Dister, UCLouvain, Be
Jules Duchastel, UQÀM, Ca
Serge Fleury, Univ. Paris 3, Fr
Cédrick Fairon, UCLouvain, Be
Benoit Habert, Univ. Paris X / Limsi-CNRS, Fr
Serge Heiden, ENS-LSH, Lyon, Fr
Ludovic Lebart, CNRS, ENST, Paris, Fr (président)
Alain Lelu, Univ. de Franche Comté, Fr
Damon Mayaffre, CNRS, Nice, Fr
Sylvie Mellet, CNRS, Nice, Fr
Denis Monière, Univ. de Montréal, Ca
Bénédicte Pincemin, CNRS, Lyon, Fr
Gérald Purnelle, Univ. de Liège, Be
Martin Rajman, EPFL, Lausanne, CH
Max Reinert, CNRS, Univ. de Versailles SQY, Fr
André Salem, Univ. Paris 3, Fr
Pascale Sébillot, IRISA, Insa de Rennes, Fr
Max Silberztein, Univ. de Franche Comté, Fr
Jean-Marie Viprey, Univ. de Franche Comté, Fr
François Yvon, EGT/ENST, Paris, Fr

Comité d'organisation:

Serge Heiden
Bénédicte Pincemin
Céline Guillot
Alexis Lavrentiev
Afifa Zenati
Aurélie Lejeune
Liliane Vosghanian
Bruno Courbon

Informations et Contact:

site web: http://www.jadt.org/
adresse mail: jadt2008ens-lsh.fr
adresse postale:
Serge Heiden, JADT 2008
Laboratoire ICAR - ENS-LSH
15 parvis René Descartes - BP7000
69342 Lyon Cedex 07
France
téléphone: +33 (0)4 37 37 63 12 ; fax : +33 (0)4 37 37 62 65







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