associated with the LAICS-NLP Summer School is meant to enhance
interactions between participants so that they can present their
work and the projects ongoing in their laboratories.
The workshop will be structured in
- Morning: Student session short paper presentations; Paper must
be authored by students, and approved by their Supervisor(s).
The three best papers will get a free summer school registration!
- Afternoon: Short presentations of research activities by Faculty/Industry
All topics related to Language Engineering
and also those topics covered by the LAICS-NLP Summer School.
Participants are invited to submit
two (2) pages abstract in PDF outlining their work,
paper must relate a technical work in language, or language processing.
Text must contain all details of authors (name(s), full address,
e-mail). Submissions must come from countries in Asia.
No fee will be requested for the Workshop. Nevertheless, authors
of the paper must be registered as participants to the LAICS-NLP
- 12 July 2006 (DEADLINE)
– Submission of abstract (2 pages) to the Programme
Chair via email (email@example.com)
and to firstname.lastname@example.org
- 15 August 2006
– Notification of acceptance/rejection
- 15 September 2006 (DEADLINE)
– Submission of final paper (4 pages) for publication
in a proceeding
- 19 October 2006
The Programme Committee is composed of the
STIC-Asia project Members:
|Amgoud Leila (IRIT, France)
||Ranaivo Bali (USM, Malaysia)
|Asanee Kawtrakul (Kasetsart Univ., Thailand)
|Saint-Dizier Patrick (IRIT, France)
|Benamara Farah (IRIT, France)
|Sudeshna Sarkar (IIT Kharagpur, India)
|Eli Murguia (IRIT, France)
|Tang Enya Kong (USM, Malaysia)
|Gardent Claire (LORIA, France)
|Thanaruk Theeramunkong (SIIT, Thailand)
|Monojit Choudhury (IIT Kharagpur, India)
|Virach Sornlertlamvanich (TCL, Thailand)
|Poibeau Thierry (LIPN, France)