13.1979, Calls: Maritime Terminology, Text & Speech & Dialogue

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Subject: 13.1979, Calls: Maritime Terminology, Text & Speech & Dialogue

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Date:  Wed, 24 Jul 2002 13:18:07 +0100
From:  "Miguel Oliveira, Jr." <mjo at iltec.pt>
Subject:  3rd International Conference on Maritime Terminology

Date:  Wed, 24 Jul 2002 14:29:35 +0200
From:  "Robert Batusek" <xbatusek at informatics.muni.cz>
Subject:  TSD 2002 - Second Call for Demonstrations and Participation

-------------------------------- Message 1 -------------------------------

Date:  Wed, 24 Jul 2002 13:18:07 +0100
From:  "Miguel Oliveira, Jr." <mjo at iltec.pt>
Subject:  3rd International Conference on Maritime Terminology

3rd International Conference on Maritime Terminology
Communication and Globalization

The 3.rd International Conference is a sequel of the events held, in
1998, in Brussels (http://www.termisti.refer.org/nauterm/nauten.htm),
and in 2000, in Turku
(http://www.utu.fi/erill/mkk/English/conf_mariterm2.html), on the same
subject. In previous Conferences particular attention was paid to
Issues in Communication and Translation" and to "Dictionaries and

Date: Lisbon, 16th. and 17th. June 2003

Instituto de Linguistica Teorica e Computacional

Within a global world, communication tends increasingly monolingual,
putting in jeopardy other languages survival as languages of
scientific and technical communication. This is the case even for
languages that once played a strong role in international
communication in scientific and technical domains, as it was the case
of Portuguese in what concerns sea sciences and technologies.
- What is nowadays the situation of specialized communication in the
domains of maritime sciences and/or technologies?
- Is this situation similar in all maritime subjects (such as
navigation, shipbuilding, maritime security, law, oceanography)?
- How did we arrive to the present situation?
- Must countries silently submit to linguistic globalization?
- Which (dis)advantages may rise from linguistic globalization?
- Are there any alternatives?
These are some of the subjects to be discussed during the 3rd.
International Conference on Maritime Terminology. This Conference
intends to put together not only linguists, termilogists and
translators, but also those who need to communicate in their daily
activity in a global world.

Work Languages
Portuguese and English

Honour Committee
Contra-Almirante Jose Lu5s Ferreira Leiria Pinto
Comissao Cultural da Marinha
Com. Joaquim Ferreira da Silva
Doctor Francisco Contente Domingues
Departament of History, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa

Scientific Committee
Com. Carlos Alexandre Chaves Magano e Silva
Escola Neutica Infante D. Henrique
Doctor Isabel Desmet
Universite Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint-Dennis
Doctor Marc Van Campenhoudt
Termisti - Centre de Recherche en Terminologie do Institut Superieur de
Traducteurs et Interpretes
Doctor Mario Ruivo
Portuguese Committee for COI
Doctor Markku Kharkama
Centre for Maritime Studies, University of Turku

Organising Committee (ILTEC)
Doctor Maria Helena Mira Mateus
Doctor Margarita Correia
Doctor Miguel Jose de Oliveira Junior
M.A. Ana Margarida Rebello de Andrade
B.A. Maria Amelia Doria

Besides round-tables and conferences to be announced, the 3.rd
Conference will include papers.  Abstracts must be sent in English
(though final texts may be presented in English or in Portuguese, due
to simultaneous translation) and they must have no more than 250
words.  Abstracts must indicate besides the title of the paper,
author(s), institution(s) and e-mail(s).

- Abstract: before 20.th. December 2002.
- Notification of acceptance: before 31.st January 2003.
- Final version: before 31.st March 2003.

Before 31.st March 2003: 100 Euros; after 1.st April 2003: 120 Euros.
Students: 60 Euros.
Proceedings: + 20 Euros
Payment by check to Instituto de Linguistica Teorica e Computacional.

Registration Form

The registration form is in pdf format. Please, print a copy, fill it
in and send it to the following address:

Maria Amelia Doria
Rua Conde de Redondo, 74, 5.
1150-109 Lisboa (Portugal)
Tel.: +351 21 356 30 82
Fax: + 351 21 352 81 12
E-mail: mad at iltec.pt

-------------------------------- Message 2 -------------------------------

Date:  Wed, 24 Jul 2002 14:29:35 +0200
From:  "Robert Batusek" <xbatusek at informatics.muni.cz>
Subject:  TSD 2002 - Second Call for Demonstrations and Participation


Fifth International Conference on TEXT, SPEECH and DIALOGUE (TSD 2002)
Brno, Czech Republic, 9-12 September 2002

The conference is organised by the Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk
University, Brno and the Faculty of Applied Sciences, University of
West Bohemia, Pilsen. The conference is supported by International
Speech Communication Association (ISCA).


Authors are invited to present actual projects, developed software and
hardware or interesting material relevant to the topics of the
conference. The authors of the demonstrations should provide the
abstract not exceeding one page as plain text. The submission must be
made using an online form available at the conference www pages.

The organisers will prepare the computers with multimedia support for
demonstrators. Faculty of Informatics has at its disposal a fast
internet connection allowing internet-based projects to be
demonstrated. The faculty network provides a wireless (IEEE 802.11b -
WiFi) connection to the internet as well.


Submission of demonstration papers:
July 31, 2002

Conference date:
September 9-12, 2002


TSD series evolved as a prime forum for interaction between
researchers in both spoken and written language processing from the
former East Block countries and their Western colleagues.  Proceedings
of TSD form a book published by Springer-Verlag in their Lecture Notes
in Artificial Intelligence series.


Topics of the TSD 2002 conference will include:
text corpora;
automatic morphology;
word sense disambiguation;
lexical semantics and semantic networks;
parsing and part-of-speech tagging;
machine translation;
multi-lingual issues;
information retrieval;
text/topic summarization;
knowledge representation and reasoning;
speech modeling;
speech coding;
speech segmentation;
speech prosody;
automatic speech recognition;
text-to-speech synthesis;
speaker identification and verification;
facial animation and visual speech synthesis;
dialogue systems;
development of dialogue strategies;
prosody and emotions in dialogues;
user modeling;
assistive technologies based on speech and dialogue;
markup languages related to speech and dialogue (VoiceXML, SSML, ...).


The conference program will include oral presentations and
poster/demonstration sessions with sufficient time for discussions of
the issues raised. The demonstration papers will not appear in the
Proceedings of TSD 2002 but will be published electronically at the
conference website. Preliminary program of the conference is already
available there.

The program includes two invited talks.

Prof. Ronald Allan Cole (Monday, September 9)
Perceptive Animated Interfaces: The Next Generation of Interactive Learning

Prof. James Pustejovsky (Tuesday, September 10)
When Corpus Meets Theory: Creating Lexical Semantic Databases

The Wednesday afternoon of the conference is reserved for a trip to
the South Moravian region Lednice - Valtice. We will see the chateau
at Lednice with its large botanical gardens and beautiful
surroundings. In the evening there will be the conference dinner in
the famous wine cellar in Valtice chateau, where a traditional
cembalon band will play.

TSD 2002 is supported by International Speech Communication
Association (ISCA).


The conference fee depends on the date of payment and on your
status. It includes one copy of the Proceedings, refreshments, social
events and a daytrip. The fee does not include accommodation.

Full participant:
Payment by August 15th:  Euro 300
On-site payment:  Euro 350

Payment by August 15th:  Euro 200
On-site payment:  Euro 250

The payment may be refunded up until August 15th at the cost of 50
Euros. No refund is possible after this date.


The organizing committee will arrange an accommodation in a student
dormitories in a walking distance from the place of the Conference at
a reasonable price. The actual list of available hotels and prices is
accessible at the website.


All correspondence regarding the conference should be addressed to:

Dana Komarkova
TSD 2002 Faculty of Informatics
Masaryk University
Botanick√° 68a
CZ-602 00 Brno
Czech Republic
telephone: +420 5 41 512 359
fax: +420 5 41 212 568
e-mail: tsd2002 at fi.muni.cz
The official TSD 2002 homepage is: http://www.fi.muni.cz/tsd2002/


The conference will take place at the Faculty of Informatics, Masaryk
University, Brno, Czech Republic.

Brno is the the second largest city in the Czech Republic with
population of almost 400,000, and is the country's judiciary and
trade-fair centre. Brno is the capital of Moravia, which is in the
south-east part of the Czech Republic. It had been the King's town
since 1347 and with its six Universities it forms a cultural center of
the region.

Brno can be reached easily by direct trains or buses from Prague (200
km) or Vienna (130 km).

For the participants with some extra time, some nearby places may also
be of interest.

The local ones include:
Brno Castle now called Spilberk, Veveri Castle, Old and New City
Halls, the Augustine Monastery with St. Thomas Church and crypt of
Moravian Margraves, Church of St. James, Bishops Church of St. Peter &
Paul, Cartesian Monastery in Kralovo Pole, famous villa Tugendhat
designed by Mies van der Rohe and other important buildings of
between-war Czech architecture.

For those willing to venture out of Brno, Moravian Karst with Macocha
Chasm and Punkva caves, battlefield of Battle of three emperors
(Napoleon, Russian Alexander and Austrian Franz - battle by
Austerlitz), Chateau of Slavkov (Austerlitz), Pernstejn Castle,
Buchlov Castle, Lednice Chateau, Buchlovice Chateau, Letovice Chateau,
Mikulov with one of the greatest Jewish cemeteries in Central Europe,
Telc - the town on the list of UNESCO and many others are all within
an easy reach.

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