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(A) NLP Events

  • ALTA 2011
    December 1-2, 2011, Canberra, Australia

    This year, the Australasian Language Technology Workshop (ALTA) will be held at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd of December 2011. This event will be the ninth annual installment of the ALTA Workshop in its most-recent incarnation, and the continuation of an annual workshop series that has existed under various guises since the early 90s.

  • IJCNLP 2011
    November 7-13, 2011, Chiang Mai, Thailand

    The 5th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing, organized by the Asian Federation of Natural Language Processing will be held in Chiang Mai, Thailand on November 7-13, 2011. The conference will cover a broad spectrum of technical areas related to natural language and computation. IJCNLP 2011 will include full papers, short papers, oral presentations, poster presentations, demonstrations, tutorials, and workshops.

  • Workshop on Web Information Processing (IWWIP 2011),
    July 11-12, 2011, Guilin, Guangxi, China.

The second international workshop on Web Information Processing (IWWIP 2011) will be held in 11-12 July 2011, Sheraton Guilin Hotel, Guilin, Guangxi, China. The workshop website is www.icmlc.com/iwwip/

International Conference on Asian Language Processing 2011 (IALP 2011) will be held in Penang, Malaysia on Nov 15-17, 2011. This conference will be jointly organized by Chinese and Oriental Languages Information Processing Society (COLIPS) of Singapore and Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). We will continue to work with IEEE Computer Society to publish the conference proceesings.

The 25th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation (PACLIC 25) will be held in Singapore on December 16-18, 2011, hosted by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Chinese and Oriental Languages Information Processing Society (COLIPS). The PACLIC series of conferences emphasize the synergy of theoretical analysis and processing of language, and provides a forum for researchers in different fields of language study in the Pacific-Asia region to share their findings and interests in the formal and empirical study of languages. Organized under the auspices of PACLIC Steering Committee, PACLIC 25 will be the latest instalment of our long standing collaborative efforts among theoretical and computational linguists in the Pacific-Asia region.

PACLING 2011 will be a high-quality, workshop-style conference whose aim is to promote friendly scientific interaction relating to computational linguistics among Pacific Rim countries. The emphasis of the conference is on interdisciplinary scientific exchange demonstrating openness towards original, fresh, and/or useful research including those which might sometimes fall outside current dominant schools of thought, and on technological transfer within and across the Pacific region.

  • The First Symposium on Patent Information Processing
    Tokyo, Japan, December 10, 2010

Patent information is one of the major application areas of information processing. Recently, it has increasingly drawn worldwide attention. This symposium aims to foster research and development of the technology for patent information processing by providing a forum in which researchers, practitioners and government people can exchange
their ideas, approaches, perspectives, experiences and policies from their work in progress. The symposium will consist of a keynote speech, two invited talks and presentation of five to seven submitted papers.

  • The 5th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing (IJCNLP 2011)
    Chiang Mai, Thailand , November 7-13, 2011

    The 5th International Joint Conference on Natural Language Processing, organized by the Asian Federation of Natural Language Processing will be held in Chiang Mai, Thailand on November 7-13, 2011. The conference will cover a broad spectrum of technical areas related to natural language and computation. IJCNLP 2011 will include full papers, short papers, oral presentations, poster presentations, demonstrations, tutorials, and workshops.

  • International Conference on Asian Language Processing (IALP 2010)
    Harbin, China, Dec 28-30, 2010

    International Conference on Asian Language Processing 2010 (IALP 2010) will be held in Harbin, China on Dec 28-30, 2010. This conference will be jointly organized by Chinese and Oriental Languages Information Processing Society (COLIPS) of Singapore and Heilongjiang Institute of Technology (HIT), China. The organizers will continue to work with IEEE to publish the conference proceesings.

  • The 24th Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation (PACLIC 24)
    Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, November 4-7, 2010

    The Logico-Linguistic Society of Japan will host PACLIC 24 at Tohoku University in Sendai, November 4th (Thursday) through 7th (Sunday), 2010. PACLIC 24, organized under the auspices of PACLIC Steering Committee, will be the latest installment of our long standing collaborative efforts among theoretical and computational linguists in the Pacific-Asia region for providing an opportunity to share their findings and interests in the formal and empirical study of languages.

  • The 23rd International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2010)
    Beijing, China, August 23 - 27, 2010

    The International Committee on Computational Linguistics (ICCL) is pleased to announce the 23rd International Conference on Computational Linguistics (COLING 2010), to be held in Beijing, China on August 23-27th, 2010. We look forward to welcoming you to Beijing, not only the capital of China, but also a famous city of fantastic history and culture. COLING will cover a broad spectrum of technical areas related to natural language and computation. The conference will include full papers, oral presentations, poster presentations, demonstrations, tutorials, and workshops. We invite the submission of papers on original and unpublished research on all aspects of computational linguistics. More details will be available closer to the April 19, 2010 submission deadline.

  • Invited Session on Human Language Processing - International Conference on Social Robotics(ICSR) 2009
    Incheon, Korea, August 16-18, 2009

    The ICSR conference was held at the Hotel Ramada (Tentatively) in Incheon, the third largest city of Korea. Human language plays a pivotal role in human robot interaction. The objective of this invited session is to bring together researchers in the field of speech and dialogue processing, natural language processing, human-robot interaction, and human-factor analysis in relation to social robotics. This special session invites contributions that focus on theory and technology that bring robots to human life.

  • PACLING 2009 (Conference of the Pacific Association for Computational Linguistics)
    Sapporo, Japan, September 1-4, 2009

    PACLING is a low-profile, high-quality, workshop-oriented meeting whose aim is to promote friendly scientific relations among Pacific Rim countries, with emphasis on interdisciplinary scientific exchange demonstrating openness towards original, fresh, and/or useful research including those which might sometimes fall outside current dominant "schools of thought", and technological transfer within the Pacific region. The conference is smaller than ACL, COLING, or IJCNLP, but opens the door to the Global as well as the Pacific.

  • ALTA 2009 (The Seventh Workshop of the Australasian Language Technology Workshop)
    Sydney, Australia, Dec 3-4, 2009

    The Australasian Language Technology Workshop (ALTA) 2009 was held as part of the HCSNet Summerfest 2009 at the University of New South Wales in Sydney on Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th of December 2009. This event was the seventh annual installment of the ALTA Workshop in its most-recent incarnation, and the continuation of an annual workshop series that has existed under various guises since the early 90s.

  • The 23rd Pacific Asia Conference on Language, Information and Computation
    Hong Kong, Dec 3-5, 2009

    The PACLIC series of conferences emphasizes the synergy of theoretical analysis and processing of language, and provides a forum for researchers in different fields of language study in the Pacific-Asia region to meet, to inspire and to be inspired. PACLIC conferences used to rotate among Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Japan, and occasionally took place in other cities in the region.PACLIC 23 was organized by the Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics, and the Language Information Sciences Research Centre of the City University of Hong Kong, under the auspices of the PACLIC Steering Committee.

  • International Conference on Asian Language Processing (IALP) 2009
    Singapore, Dec 7-9, 2009

    The International Conference on Asian Language Processing (IALP) is a series of conference with unique focus on Asian Language Processing. The conference aims to advance the science and technology of all the aspect of Asian Language Processing by providing a forum for researchers in different fields of language study all over the world to meet. The first meeting of IALP was hold in Singapore in 1986 and was called ICCC (International Conference on Chinese Computing). This meeting initiated the studies of Chinese and oriental languages processing in Singapore and resulted in the formation of COLIPS in Singapore in 1988, and later, the publication of the journal titled Journal of Chinese Language and Computing since 1991. IALP 2008 was held in Chiang Mai University, Thailand and the proceedings was indexed by ISTP/ISI. The IALP 2009 was held in Singapore and co-organized by COLIPS and IEEE Singapore Computer Chapter.

(B) Ohter NLP Events

  • The seventh international conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2010)
    Malta, May 17-23, 2010

    In 12 years ĘC the first LREC was held in Granada in 1998 ĘC LREC has become the major event on Language Resources (LRs) and Evaluation for Human Language Technologies (HLT). The aim of LREC is to provide an overview of the state-of-the-art, explore new R&D directions and emerging trends, exchange information regarding LRs and their applications, evaluation methodologies and tools, ongoing and planned activities, industrial uses and needs, requirements coming from the e-society, both with respect to policy issues and to technological and organisational ones.

    LREC provides a unique forum for researchers, industrials and funding agencies from across a wide spectrum of areas to discuss problems and opportunities, find new synergies and promote initiatives for international cooperation, in support to investigations in language sciences, progress in language technologies and development of corresponding products, services and applications, and standards.

  • 7th Brazilian Symposium in Information and Human Language Technology (STIL 2009)
    São Carlos, Brazil, September 7-11, 2009

    STIL 2009 is the annual Language Technology event supported by the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) and by the Brazilian Special Interest Group on Natural Language Processing.

    The conference has a multidisciplinary nature and covers a broad spectrum of disciplines related to Human Language Technology, such as Linguistics, Computer Science, Psychology, and Information Science, among others. It aims at bringing together both academic and industry participants that work on those areas. 

  • eLexicography in the 21st century: New challenges, new applications (eLEX2009)
    Venue: University of Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
    Date: 22-24 October, 2009


    Organized by the Centre for English Corpus Linguistics (CECL) under the aegis of the European Association for Lexicography (EURALEX), the conference aims to explore innovative developments in the field of electronic lexicography. The key dates are as the following:

    • Deadline for submission of abstracts: 15 December 2008
    • Notification of acceptance / rejection: 27 February 2009

 

 
 
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