[Elsnet-list] 2nd call RECITAL (NLP Students conference)

Nuria Gala Nuria.Gala at lif.univ-mrs.fr
Mon Feb 3 12:07:50 CET 2014

RECITAL 2014 : First Call for Papers

16th Rencontre des Étudiants Chercheurs en Informatique pour le Traitement
Automatique des Langues (RECITAL)

(Natural Language Processing Students Conference)

Faculté Saint Charles, Aix Marseille Université (Marseilles, France), 
July 1st to 4th 2014.

Important dates

- Submission deadline : Saturday, April 5th 2014
- Acceptance notification : Saturday, May 3rd 2014
- Camera ready : Saturday, May 17th 2014


RECITAL 2014, the annual meeting for young researchers associated to the 
conference, will take place in Marseilles (France) on July 1st to 4th.
RECITAL provides a venue for young researchers investigating topics in
Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing to present their
research, meet potential advisors, and receive feedback from the research
community. Authors must be students (Master or PhD) or young researchers 
recently completed their phd. RECITAL 2014 will include oral and poster
presentations. The official language is French but English presentations 
papers are accepted for non-French-speaking authors.

Building on the success of the previous year, we are encouraging the 
of research proposals and papers describing preliminary works 
first experiments, etc.). RECITAL's main goal is to support the work of 
researchers and facilitate their integration into our community. To this 
aim we enhance :

  - pedagogic reviews : authors should be able to understand their 
mistakes and
    correct them in order to improve the quality of their work;

  - positive reviews : it is never necessary to discourage a young 
    watchwords will be encouraging/guiding;

  - direct exchange : all the reviews will be signed. Authors and 
reviewers are
    encouraged to discuss together during the conference.

A prize will be awarded to the author(s) of the best paper during the 
closing ceremony.


Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following areas
(in alphabetical order):

- Analysis and generation in the following domains:
  + Phonetics
  + Phonology
  + Morphology
  + Syntax
  + Semantics
  + Discourse
- Development of language resources for NLP:
  + Databases containing morphological, syntactic, semantic, and/or
    phonological information
  + Grammars
  + Lexicons
  + Ontologies
  + Corpus linguistics
- NLP applications:
  + Opinion and Sentiment Analysis
  + Automatic Classification or Categorization
  + Word Sense Disambiguation
  + Human machine dialogue
  + Automatic Indexing
  + Information Retrieval and Extraction
  + Summarization
  + Anaphora resolution
  + Question-Answering
  + Machine Translation
  + Semantic Web
- Approaches:
  + Formal Linguistics to support automatic processing
  + Automatic processing for experimental linguistics
  + Computational psycholinguistics
  + Symbolic
  + Logical
  + Statistical
  + Based on Machine Learning

Selection Criteria

Research Papers must describe original completed work or work in 
progress and
should clearly indicate directions for future research wherever 
Authors MUST be students (Master or PhD) or young researchers who recently
completed their phd. Publications with confirmed researchers (which 
include PhD
supervisors) must be submitted to TALN.

Submissions will be reviewed by at least two experts in the field.
In particular, will be considered:

  - Correction of scientific and technical content
  - Comparison with previous works
  - The organization and clarity of presentation
  - The adequacy of the conference topics

The selected communications will be published in the conference 

Submission Procedure

Papers will be written in French for French-speaking authors or English for
non-French-speaking authors. A LaTeX style file and a Word template will be
available on the conference website (www.taln2014.org).

Contact : nuria.gala @ lif.univ-mrs.fr & klim.peshkov @ lpl-aix.fr

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