Workshop on “Language Resources and Tools with Industrial Applications”
Conjoint with EUROLAN 2011 Summer School
August 30 – 31, 2011
The new information and communication technologies have changed the business management climate. Organizations use everyday technological innovations to become more competitive. With the rapid development of natural language processing techniques, as well as their use in ever more industrial applications, the link between companies and academia is more necessary than ever.
In this context, we invite researchers working in the field of NLP to submit papers for one of the following (and related) topics:
- exploitation of multilingual resources, including corpora, lexicons, wordnets, and ontologies, in industrial environments;
- development of natural language processing tools suited for the economic environment;
- adaptation of natural language technologies for industrial applications;
- advanced industrial applications based on cross-lingual applications, including machine;
- translation, information retrieval, extraction and summarization, document indexing, natural language search engines, etc.;
- technologies for chaining NLP components;
- success stories of NLP-based industrial applications.
The Workshop on “Language Resources and Tools in Industrial Applications” will be held jointly with EUROLAN 2011. We expect to have two oral sessions for 1.5 hours each, in the first two days of EUROLAN 2011 summer school, namely August 30-31, 2011. The accepted papers will be presented in these oral sessions; each accepted paper will be given 15 minutes for presentation.
Submissions must describe substantial, original, and unpublished work, completed or work in progress. Wherever appropriate, concrete evaluation and analysis should be included. Submissions will be judged on correctness, originality, technical strength, significance, relevance to the school topics, and interest to the attendees. We also accept papers describing a challenge in the field, position papers, survey papers, and papers that describe a negative result.
Papers must be written in good English, having a maximum of 8 pages, including references. All papers must be formatted respecting the Springer LNCS guidelines. Please refer to Springer’s LNCS webpage www.springer.com/lncs under the Information for Authors.
Submissions must be sent through the easychair submission system. The full version of the paper must be send by 30th July 2011.
For any inquiries, please contact eurolan2011 AT info DOT uaic DOT ro.
The papers presented at the workshop will be included in an edited proceedings volume.
At least one author of each accepted paper must register to EUROLAN in order to participate at the workshop. The participation to the workshop is free for all registered participants of EUROLAN 2011. See the registration page for details on the fees.
We have negotiated a number of rooms at Student Dorms for EUROLAN 2011 student participants, at an approximate rate of 5 euro per day per person. See the accommodation page for more information.
- 30 July – full paper submission for workshop
- 30 July – grant application deadline for Eurolan summer school (see the Registration page)
- 31 July – early registration closes
- 15 August – feedback sent to candidates for the workshop
- 15 August – late registration closes
- 20 August – final papers due for the workshop
- 29 August – 3 September – EUROLAN school & collocated workshop