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Call For Presentations


The next Israeli Seminar on Computational Linguistics (ISCOL) will take place at the Technion on Wednesday, June 22, 2005.

The invited speaker will be Khalil Sima'an (ILLC, Amsterdam University).

This time ISCOL will be in conjunction with the 21st annual meeting of the Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics (IATL21). We hope that this will create a special opportunity for theoretical and computational linguists to exchange ideas and learn about each other's work.

ISCOL this year will include a special session on morphological analysis and disambiguation of Semitic languages, especially Hebrew and Arabic.

We invite presentations of 20 minutes (plus 5 minutes discussion) about original recent work on any topic in computational linguistics/natural language processing.

Submission Instructions

One-page abstracts in any common text format (ascii,pdf,ps,doc,rtf) can be sent by email with subject "ISCOL" to:

Please include in your message also the following details:

Deadline for submission

30 April 2005

Program Committee

Gilad Ben-Avi (Technion)
Ido Dagan (Bar-Ilan)
Michael Elhadad (Be'er Sheva)
Alon Itai (Technion)
Yoad Winter (Technion)
Shuly Wintner (Haifa U.)

Organizing team

Gilad Ben-Avi and Yoad Winter (Technion)