[Elsnet-list] Call for papers: 8th Annual CLUK Research Colloquium

Allan Ramsay allan at co.umist.ac.uk
Mon Nov 1 14:55:34 CET 2004

	Call for papers: 8th Annual CLUK Research Colloquium

Dates: 10th and 11th of January, 2005
Location: University of Manchester, England
Format: Presented papers
Presented posters
Invited lectures
Computational Linguistics UK (CLUK) aims to provide a forum for the 
Computational Linguistics community in the UK. The Annual CLUK Colloquium offers 
PhD students in Natural Language Processing and related disciplines an 
opportunity to present and discuss their work with members of the wider research 
community. A conference proceedings will be produced prior to the colloquium.

Presentations are held in conference-style sessions, to which senior established 
researchers are invited, and there will be opportunities for general discussion. 
Papers on any topic within the area of Computational Linguistics, NLP and 
Language Engineering are welcome.

Invited Speakers
To be announced.
Submission of papers

The deadline for submission of abstracts is 22 November 2004. Papers should be 
sent to Allan.Ramsay at manchester.ac.uk. Abstracts should describe work in any 
areas of computational linguistics or natural language processing, and may 
describe work in progress or completed research. They should be no more than 1 
page of A4, and should be submitted as .pdf files.


Abstract deadline: Monday 22nd November 2004
Notification of acceptance: Monday 29th November 2004
Camera ready papers due: Monday 13th December 2004
Colloquium: 10-11 January 2005

 The University of Manchester is the result of the merger of UMIST and the 
Victoria University of Manchester to form a major new institute of higher 
education in the North West of England. The colloquium is hosted by the School 
of Informatics in the new university, and one of the invited speakers will be 
one of the co-directors of the new national Text Mining Centre, which is a 
multi-site centre based at the University of Manchester, with partnerships with 
groups from the University of Liverpool and Salford University.

Manchester is a vibrant city, with plenty of cultural (and not-so-cultural) 
activities, with easy access to some of the most beautiful countryside in 
Britain. The colloquium will be held at a site very close to Manchester city 
centre, with accommodation provided in nearby student halls of residence and the 
University's conference centre.
Further Details

Please email Allan.Ramsay at manchester.ac.uk

Allan Ramsay
School of Informatics
University of Manchester, PO Box 88, Manchester M60 1QD
0161 200 3108
Allan.Ramsay at manchester.ac.uk

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