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NODALI: IceTAL 2010: Second call for papers

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IceTAL 2010 - 7th International Conference on Natural Language
Reykjavik, Iceland
16-18 August 2010

Web page: http://icetal.ru.is

IceTAL 2010 - 7th International Conference on Natural Language
Processing - will take place on August 16-18, 2010, in Reykjavik,
Iceland. The conference is organized by the Iceland Centre for Language
Technology (ICLT) and will be held at the new premises of Reykjavik

IceTAL is the seventh in the series of the TAL conferences, following
GoTAL 2008 (Gothenburg, Sweden), FinTAL 2006 (Turku, Finland), EsTAL
2004 (Alicante, Spain), PorTAL 2002 (Faro, Portugal), VexTAL 1999
(Venice, Italy) and FracTAL 1997 (Besançon, France).

The main purpose of the TAL conference series is to bring together
scientists representing linguistics, computer science and related
fields, sharing a common interest in the advancement of computational
linguistics and natural language processing (NLP).

Papers are invited on recent, substantial, original and unpublished
research on all aspects of computational linguistics and natural
language and speech processing, including, but not limited to:

    * phonetics, phonology, and morphology
    * speech recognition and speech synthesis
    * word segmentation, tagging, and chunking
    * syntax, parsing, and grammar formalisms
    * lexical semantics and word sense disambiguation
    * pragmatics, discourse, and dialogue
    * lexicon, lexical databases, and ontologies
    * generation and summarization
    * information retrieval, question answering, and information
    * machine translation, translation aids, and multilingual systems
    * dialogue systems and multimodal systems
    * language resources and tools
    * linguistic, psychological, and mathematical models of language
    * corpus linguistics
    * corpus-based language modeling
    * language learning and therapy
    * simulation and visualization
    * knowledge acquisition and representation
    * text and speech interfaces
    * text and speech classification
    * systems evaluation 

There will be two keynote speakers:

    * Jan Hajic, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic 
    * Christiane D. Fellbaum, Princeton University, Princeton, USA 

We welcome submissions both from academia and the industry on any topic
that is of interest to the NLP community, particularly encouraging
research emphasizing multidisciplinary aspects of NLP and the interplay
between linguistics, computer science and application domains such as
biomedicine, communication systems, public services, and educational

Submitted papers should describe original work, emphasizing completed or
well advanced, rather than intended, research. The state of completion
of the reported work must be clearly indicated. Where appropriate,
results should be rigorously evaluated; the assessment of statistical
significance for quantitative results is encouraged. Submissions should
contain original material that has not been previously presented to the
scientific community. A parallel submission to other publication fora as
well as a significant overlap in contents with previously published work
should be clearly indicated to the program committee.

All submissions will be reviewed by at least three program committee
members. The submissions will be judged on originality, relevance,
technical quality, and presentation. Papers can be submitted in two

    * Full papers, describing substantial research with well-evaluated
    * Short papers, typically describing ongoing research and
preliminary results 

At the conference, full papers will be presented as a talk and short
papers will be presented as a poster.  

Further information regarding paper submission can be found at

All accepted papers in both categories will be published in the
conference proceedings. The proceedings will be published by Springer
Publishers as a volume in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science/Lecture
Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNCS/LNAI) series.


    * Hrafn Loftsson, Reykjavik University, Iceland 


    * Walid El Abed, Global Data Excellence Ltd., UK
    * Jan Alexandersson, DFKI, Germany
    * Jorge Baptista, University of Algarve, Portugal
    * Tilman Becker, DFKI, Germany
    * Chris Biemann, Powerset, USA
    * Lars Borin, Gothenburg University, Sweden
    * Johan Bos, La Sapienza, Italy
    * Caroline Brun, Xerox Corporation, France
    * Sylviane Cardey, University of Franche-Comté, France
    * Robin Cooper, Gothenburg University, Sweden
    * Walter Daelemans, University of Antwerp, Belgium
    * Rodolfo Delmonte, University of Venice, Italy
    * Markus Dickinson, Indiana University, USA
    * Mikel L. Forcada, University of Alicante, Spain
    * Robert Gaizauskas, University of Sheffield, UK
    * Filip Ginter, University of Turku, Finland
    * Peter Greenfield, University of Franche-Comté, France
    * Philippe de Groote, INRIA Lorraine, France
    * Sigrún Helgadóttir, Arni Magnusson Institute for Icelandic
Studies, Iceland
    * Hitoshi Isahara, NICT, Japan
    * Janne Bondi Johannessen, University of Oslo, Norway
    * Krister Lindén, University of Helsinki, Finland
    * Bente Maegaard, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    * Sun Maosong, Tsinghua, University, China
    * Leonel Ruiz Miyares, Centro de Lingüística Aplicada, Cuba
    * Joakim Nivre, Uppsala and Växjö University, Sweden
    * Pierre Nugues, University of Lund, Sweden
    * Guy Perrier, INRIA Lorraine, France
    * Liu Qun, Institute of Computing Technology, China
    * Aarne Ranta, Chalmers and Gothenburg University, Sweden
    * Eiríkur Rögnvaldsson, University of Iceland, Iceland
    * Tapio Salakoski, University of Turku, Finland
    * Karl-Michael Schneider, Cataphora, USA
    * Koenraad de Smedt, University of Bergen, Norway
    * Mark Stevenson, University of Sheffield, UK
    * Izabella Thomas, University of Franche-Comté, France
    * Trond Trosterud, University of Tromsö, Norway
    * José Luis Vicedo, University of Alicante, Spain
    * Simo Vihjanen, Lingsoft Ltd., Finland
    * Hannes H. Vilhjálmsson, Reykjavik University, Iceland
    * Martin Volk, University of Zurich, Switzerland
    * Matthew Whelpton, University of Iceland, Iceland
    * Xiaohong Wu, Minzu University of Qinghai, China
    * Annie Zaenen, Palo Alto Research Center, USA 

    * January 18, 2010: Submission opens
    * April 12, 2010: Submission deadline
    * May 24, 2010: Notification of acceptance
    * June 10, 2010: Camera-ready paper due 
    * August 16-18, 2010: Conference

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