26.2094, Calls: Cog Science, Computational Ling, Disc Analysis, General Ling, Lang Acquisition/France
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Subject: 26.2094, Calls: Cog Science, Computational Ling, Disc Analysis, General Ling, Lang Acquisition/France
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Date: Mon, 20 Apr 2015 15:58:42
From: Samantha Ruvoletto [samantha.ruvoletto at gmail.com]
Subject: Cognition, Langage et Interaction 2015
Full Title: Cognition, Langage et Interaction 2015
Short Title: CLI2015
Date: 15-Oct-2015 - 16-Oct-2015
Location: Paris, France
Contact Person: Samantha Ruvoletto
Meeting Email: samantha.ruvoletto at gmail.com
Web Site: http://cli2015.fr/
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Computational Linguistics; Discourse Analysis; General Linguistics; Language Acquisition
Call Deadline: 23-Apr-2015
Following the success of the first edition of the Workshop CLI’2014, we are pleased to announce the second edition organized by the doctoral students of “Cognition, Language and Interaction” of the University Paris 8. This year, the selected theme is 'Information Processing'. The two-day international workshop will take place on October, 15-16 2015 in the building of the University of Paris 8 in conference room B 106.
Topics may include normal processes or dysfunctions (each of the listed disciplines in different stages in life). The purpose of this workshop is to promote young researchers and allow for a transdisciplinary reflection and to update and exceed the status of knowledge in this subject.
Call for Papers:
The workshop CLI’2015 will include two different types of parallel sessions:
- Oral Communication: Each communication lasting about 30 min is divided into two parts. The first part is the presentation of works (between 15 and 20 min), and the second is time for the roundtable discussion (between 5 and 10 min). The use of multimedia tool is recommended here.
- Interactive Workshop: Traditional posters (maximum one page of format A1), demonstration of applications, (experiments/performance/data processor online/presentation of software/tools, etc.).
All participants (public and private) can participate in workshops (carry out a test, discover the software, exchange their knowledge...). Various types of presentations will be accepted.
This call for papers is for all doctoral students and young researchers in France and abroad.
4 Axes of Research:
Axis 1- Transmit Information: What is the resource of information? What are production methods? What is the content of information? How can information be transmitted?
Axis 2- Receive Information: What are the means of perceiving information? Which tools do we use to receive information?
Axis 3- Understand Information: How can we interpret information? Which mechanisms do we use to analyze information? Which processes do we need to integrate the data?
Axis 4- Respond to Information: Interpretation of information. Does information have an impact on a person or system? If yes, what kind of impact?
Those various axes that are applied to all types of stimulus and topic areas (individuals, group of individuals, animals, robots, computers and software, systems...) can be discussed in several aspects, more or less extensively. Here’s an indicative but non-exhaustive list:
We accept only the Portable Document Format (PDF). Papers should be formatted using the Internet website Easychair (https://easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?timeout=1%3Bkey%3D23207304.DWkyFQzV5riXuKII), not later than by 23 April 2015. Only the submissions
in English and French will be reviewed. Paper submission is anonymous (max. one page, a document in the A4 format, with 2.5 cm margins and a double-spaced lines 1.5). The bibliography and complementary materials must figure in one or two separate pages. You
have to write on your abstract whether you want an oral presentation, a poster or whether your choice regarding that matter is under-specified.
Acceptance notices or refusals will be transmitted to contributors from 8 June 2015. If accepted, your abstract will be included in the conference booklet.
You also have the possibility to publish in the conference’s proceedings. If you are interested, please follow the guidelines of the document on our website http://cli2015.fr/
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