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India: IJCNLP-08: Call for Workshop Proposals



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CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS



      3rd International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing

(IJCNLP-08)


  http://www.ijcnlp2008.org/


   Proposal submission date: June 8, 2007




The 3rd International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing
(IJCNLP-08) invites proposals for workshops to be held in conjunction with
IJCNLP-08 at Hyderabad, India.  We welcome proposals on any topic of interest
to the NLP community, and especially encourage submissions relevant to the
Asian natural language processing context.

The workshops will be held on January 11-12, 2008 at the IJCNLP-08 conference
venue.



SUBMISSION DETAILS

Proposals for workshops should contain:

- A title and brief description (max. 300 words) of the workshop topic

- A budget proposal (workshops are expected to be self-financing)

- A description of the target audience and expected number of participants

- The intended length of the workshop (half a day to two days)

- Details of the connection of the workshop to any past events, and a
  description of how the proposed workshop builds on those events

- A list of individuals who have agreed to be part of the workshop program
  committee if the workshop proposal is accepted

- Full postal address, phone/fax numbers and email of the workshop contact
  person

- Any special requests (special facilities, fee handling, etc)


Please submit proposals by email to the following address:

  ijcnlp-08-workshop at colips dot org



IMPORTANT DATES

Submission deadline for workshop proposals: June 8, 2007
Proposal notifications sent out: June 22, 2007
Workshop dates: January 11-12, 2008



WORKSHOP CHAIRS

Timothy Baldwin (University of Melbourne, Australia)
Haizhou Li (Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore)