[Elsnet-list] last call for papers : TALN2005, January 31, 2005

Jardino Michele.Jardino at limsi.fr
Thu Jan 20 09:40:54 CET 2005


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                                 -   TALN  2005    -

                 Traitement Automatique des Langues Naturelles

                                  Dourdan (France) (*)
                         
			 6-10 June 2005

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                        CALL FOR PAPERS

Important Dates
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Submission deadline:        January 31, 2005
Notification to authors:       March 15, 2005
Camera-ready:                 April 15, 2005
Conference:                    6-10 June 2005


Organized by the LIR group (LIMSI,Orsay, France), the 12th Conference on 
Natural Language Processing (TALN 2005) will be held at Dourdan, France, 
6-10 June 2005.  

TALN 2005 is organized under the aegis of ATALA (Association pour le 
Traitement Automatique des Langues, Association for NLP) and will be held 
jointly with RECITAL 2005, the conference for young researchers (call for 
papers to be issued separately, see the website at http://taln.limsi.fr). 

The conference will include oral and poster communications, invited 
conferences, workshops and tutorials.

The official language is French.

TOPICS
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Papers are requested in all areas of NLP, including (but not restricted to) :

      - lexicon
      - morphology
      - syntax
      - semantics
      - pragmatics
      - discourse
      - parsing
      - generation
      - summarization
      - dialogue
      - machine translation
      - logical, symbolical and statistical approaches
      - NLP approaches for information retrieval
      - cognitive approaches for NLP
      - architecture for NLP
      - learning for NLP

All selected papers will be published in the proceedings. In addition, the 
scientific committee will select two papers, which will be recommended to be 
published in the journal "Traitement Automatique des Langues" (T.A.L.).

SELECTION
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Authors are invited to submit original research work. Submissions will be 
reviewed by at least two specialists of the domain. Decisions will be based 
on the following criteria :
      - importance and originality of the paper
      - soundness of the scientific and technical content
      - comparison of the results obtained with other relevant works
      - clarity of the exposition
      - relevance to the topics of the conference

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
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Submitted papers must not exceed ten pages, in Times 12, single spaced (about 
3000 words), including figures, examples and references.  Papers have to be 
written in French for French-speaking people, in English for 
not-French-speaking people.

A LaTeX style file and a Word template is available on the web site of the 
conference: http://taln.limsi.fr.
  
Submissions must be electronic. One of the next formats MUST be used: 
pdf, ps, doc. The authors have to send their paper following the 
specifications detailed on the web site: 
http://taln.limsi.fr/site/appel-soumission.htm.
 
In case of impossibility, we accept to receive a printed version of the 
submission. In this case, three hard-copies of the paper must be sent to:

    Michèle Jardino - TALN 2005
    Groupe LIR - LIMSI
    BP 133, 91403 Orsay Cedex 
    France
  
PRACTICAL INFORMATION
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Practical information are detailed on the conference web site 
(http://taln.limsi.fr). 

PROGRAM COMMITTEE
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Michèle Jardino - LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay (présidente) 
Salah Aït Mokhtar - Xerox XRCE, Grenoble 
Nuria Bel - Université Pompeu Fabra, Barcelone 
Philippe Blache - LPL, Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence 
Christian Boitet - CLIPS IMAG, Grenoble 
Jean-Pierre Chevalet - CLIPS IMAG, Grenoble 
Béatrice Daille - LINA, Nantes 
Laurence Danlos - Lattice, Paris 7 
Olivier Ferret - LIC2M, CEA, Fontenay-aux-Roses 
Patrick Gallinari - LIP6, Paris 
Claire Gardent - LORIA, Nancy 
Brigitte Grau - LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay 
Daniel Kayser- LIPN Paris 13 
Philippe Langlais - RALI, Montréal 
Dominique Laurent -  Synapse, Toulouse 
Anne NicolleGreyc - Université de Caen 
Patrick Paroubek - LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay 
Jean-Marie Pierrel - ATILF, Nancy -
Martin Rajman - EPFL, Lausanne 
Owen Rambow - Université de Columbia 
Gérard Sabah - LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay 
Pascale Sébillot - IRISA, Rennes 
Jean Véronis - DELIC, Université de Provence, Aix-en-Provence 
Anne Vilnat - LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay 
Marie-Paule Péry-Woodley - ERSS, Toulouse 
Michael Zock -LIMSI-CNRS, Orsay 
Pierre Zweigenbaum - STIM, DIAM, AP-HP, Paris 
 
(*) The conference will be held in Dourdan instead of Fontainebleau which was
initially planned.



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