CFP: CICLing 2010 - Natural Language Processing - Romania - SpringerLNCS

Ivan A Sag sag at stanford.edu
Wed Oct 14 22:57:42 EDT 2009


All, FYI, -IAS

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        CICLing 2010

        11th International Conference on 
        Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics;
        post-conf event: Promise 2010 workshop

        Iasi, Romania
        March 21-27, 2010

        www.CICLing.org/2010

PUBLICATION: 
        LNCS: Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science,
        poster session: special issue of a journal

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
        Nicoletta Calzolari, 
        James Pustejovsky, 
        Hans Uszkoreit, 
        Shuly Wintner

TOURS:
        Medieval castles (including Dracula castle),
        painted monasteries, salt-mine, possibly 
        winery, bison reservation, Red Lake, and more.

AWARDS:
        Best paper, best student paper,
        best presentation, best poster.

SUBMISSION DEADLINES: 
        November 16: registration of tentative abstract,
        November 23: uploading of full papers
        (contact us for late submissions)

TOPICS:
        All topics related with computational
        linguistics, natural language processing,
        human language technologies, information
        retrieval, etc.

See complete CFP and contact on www.CICLing.org/2010

This message is sent in good faith of its usefulness for you 
as an NLP researcher. If this is an error, kindly let me know.

Alexander Gelbukh
www.Gelbukh.com

-- 
Ivan A. Sag
Sadie Dernham Patek Professor in Humanities 
Professor of Linguistics___________Msg: 650-723-4284 
Stanford University________________Fax: 650-723-5666
Stanford, CA  94305__________Email: sag at stanford.edu
USA____________________http://lingo.stanford.edu/sag



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