[Elsnet-list] DEADLINE EXTENDED: CEC-TAL'13 (Montreal)
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DEADLINE EXTENDED: CEC-TAL'13
International Colloquium for students Researchers in Natural Language Processing and its Applications
September 6th, 2013, Montreal, Canada
Submission Deadline : May 5th 2013 23:59 (EST Time)
Notification: 15 June 2013
Camera Ready due : 12 July 2013
Conference : September 6th 2013
Send your conference related questions to :
zaghouani.wajdi at courrier.uqam.ca
Call for papers
The first Colloquium for Students Researchers in Natural Language
Processing and its Applications (CEC-TAL'13).
The first colloquium for Students Researchers in Natural Language
Processing and its Applications (CEC-TAL'13) will be held in Montreal on September 6th 2013.
The goal of this colloquium is to bring together researchers from related
disciplines (language resources development, analysis and generation,
natural language processing and NLP application) and experts from industry
and companies that deploy extraction methods and knowledge management to
provide quality work and to exchange and fertilize new ideas.
Types of communication
Authors are invited to submit two types of communications:
1) Articles presenting original research.
2) Articles presenting a point of view on the state of research in NLP,
based on a solid experience in the field.
3) Articles presenting a dissertation ongoing work.
Accepted papers will be presented as an oral communication.
Communication (in English or French) will be for 20 minutes, followed by 10
minute for questions.
Terms of submission
Articles should be submitted in Pdf format only without a mention of the
author (s) or its affiliate and will absolutely use the format available at:
Submissions that do not exceed 4 pages will be considered as short papers.
Submissions between 4 and 8 pages will be considered as long papers.
Articles must be submitted by EasyChair :
Authors must be PhD student(s), Master student(s) or young doctor(s) who
defended their thesis within the last three years.
Authors are invited to submit original research that has not been published
previously. Submissions will be reviewed by at least two experts in the
field. We considered in particular:
- The importance and originality of the contribution.
- Correcting the scientific and technical content.
- Critical discussion of the results, particularly in relation to other
work in the field.
- The status of work in the context of international research.
- The organization and clarity of presentation.
- The adequacy of the conference themes.
Selected papers will be published in the conference proceedings. Following
the opinion of the program, presentations will be made only in oral form.
Terms of publication
Authors of accepted papers will subsequently be invited to submit their
articles for publication in the Proceedings of CEC-TAL'13.
Authors can write their articles in both official languages of Canada
(English or French).
Mona Diab (George Washington University)
Lyne Da Sylva (University of Montreal)
Philippe Langlais (University of Montreal)
Guy Lapalme (University of Montreal)
Marie Claude L'Homme (University of Montreal)
Abdelaati Hawwari (Columbia University)
Houda Bouamor (Carnegie Mellon University)
Lamia Hadrich Belguith (University of Sfax-Tunisia)
Nadi Tomeh (Columbia University)
Bilel Gargouri (University of Sfax-Tunisia)
Maher Jaoua (University of Sfax-Tunisia)
Faiez Gargouri (University of Sfax-Tunisia)
Mariem Ellouze Khemakhem (University of Sfax-Tunisia)
Abdelmajid Ben Hamadou (University of Sfax-Tunisia)
Ludovic Jean-Louis (University of Montreal)
Asma Ben Abacha (CRP Henri Tudor, Luxembourg )
Wajdi Zaghouani (Carnegie Mellon University)
Adel Jebali (Concordia University)
Fatiha Sadat (UQAM)
Mohamed Mahdi Boudabous (University of Safx-Tinisia)
Rahma Sallemi (University of Safx-Tinisia)
Béatrice Arnulphy (IRSIA)
Carnegie Mellon University-Qatar, Education City
PO Box 24866, Doha, Qatar
Office: CMU-Q 1210, Phone: (+974) 4454-8646
Email: wajdiz at qatar.cmu.edu
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