19.352 conferences: CICLing; Arts and Technology

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2005 08:03:34 +0100

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 19, No. 352.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                     Submit to: humanist_at_princeton.edu

   [1] From: "Alexander Gelbukh" <gelbukh_at_cicling.org> (54)
         Subject: CFP: CICLing-2006 -- Computational Linguistics,
                 Springer LNCS, February, Mexico -- one week reminder

   [2] From: Jeremy Hunsinger <jhuns_at_vt.edu> (190)
         Subject: call 'arts and technology'

         Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2005 07:56:44 +0100
         From: "Alexander Gelbukh" <gelbukh_at_cicling.org>
         Subject: CFP: CICLing-2006 -- Computational Linguistics,
Springer LNCS, February, Mexico -- one week reminder


          7th International Conference
          on Intelligent Text Processing
          and Computational Linguistics

          February 19-25, 2006
          Mexico City, Mexico

          Endorsed by the ACL


          LNCS: Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

          Abstract: October 17, late submissions can be considered;
          Main text: October 24, 2005 (for registered abstracts).

          Full paper: 12 pages, short paper: 4 pages.

          Nancy Ide, Rada Mihalcea,
          2 more to be announced, see website.

          Ancient pyramids, Monarch butterflies,
          great cave and colonial city, and more.
          All tentative. See photos on www.CICLing.org.

          Best paper, best presentation, best poster, best demo.

| Topics

       Computational linguistics research:

          Comp. Linguistics theories and formalisms,
          Knowledge representation,
          Comp. morphology, syntax, semantics,
          Discourse models,
          Machine translation, text generation,
          Statistical methods, corpus linguistics,
          Lexical resources;

       Intelligent text processing and applications:

          Information retrieval, question answering,
          Information extraction, Text mining,
          Document categorization and clustering,
          Automatic summarization,
          Natural language interfaces,

       and all related topics.

| Schedule (tentative)

          Sunday, Wednesday, Saturday: full-day excursions;
          Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: talks;
          Monday: Welcome party & poster session. See website.

See complete CFP and contact on www.CICLing.org/2006

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         Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2005 07:58:04 +0100
         From: Jeremy Hunsinger <jhuns_at_vt.edu>
         Subject: call 'arts and technology'

Begin forwarded message:

>From: david tetzlaff <djtet_at_conncoll.edu>
>Date: October 18, 2005 11:42:49 PM EDT
>To: cultstud-l_at_mailman.acomp.usf.edu
>>Reply-To: Cultural Studies <cultstud-l_at_mailman.acomp.usf.edu>
>Folks working in anything related to 'digital culture'
>'interactivity' etc. may be interested in this:
>>TECHNOLOGY", March 30 - April 1, 2006
>>The Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology at Connecticut College
>>is pleased to announce "Connectivity: The Tenth Biennial Symposium
>>on Arts and Technology", March 30 - April 1, 2006. The mission of
>>the symposium is to present new works, research and performances
>>in the areas of technology and the arts. The symposium will
>>consist of commissioned works, paper sessions, panel discussions,
>>art exhibitions, interactive environments, music concerts,
>>screenings and multi-media performances. In an effort to demystify
>>the artistic process and create a forum for dialogue, we are
>>encouraging all presenters and artists to speak about their work
>>at the symposium.
>>The Center seeks submissions in the general areas of
>>Interactivity, Cognition, Compositional and Artistic Process,
>>Social and Ethical Issues in Arts and Technology, Art, Music,
>>Video, Film, Animation, Theater, Dance, Innovative Use of
>>Technology in Education, Scientific Visualization, Virtual
>>Reality, and other pertinent topics relating to arts and technology.
>>Proposals for new, original, interdisciplinary works will be
>>accepted for a "Commissioned" category. Works must be created by a
>>team consisting of two or more members, and must combine two or
>>more areas of creative expression and contain a major technology
>>component. Proposals will be accepted for performances, concerts,
>>showings or installations; completed works will be presented
>>during the symposium. Proposals must include detailed technical
>>and production requirements, and a proposed budget. Limit of one
>>proposal per team. The piece must not have been previously
>>published, performed or exhibited. Awards will be granted at the
>>discretion of the Center. Submissions not accepted for the
>>commissioned category will also be reviewed for the general
>>submissions category. Accepted commissions will be awarded a
>>stipend of $3000 and a residency at Connecticut College between
>>March 27 and April 1 that includes:
>>- performance or installation of the accepted work
>>- workshops with students
>>- attendance at the symposium
>>- presentation at the symposium
>>A two-page extended abstract or complete paper, including
>>technical requirements, must be submitted by email or mail. Upon
>>acceptance, revised papers must be submitted electronically by
>>January 31, 2006 as a PDF. Complete technical requirements for
>>presentation must be included. Papers will be published by the
>>Center in the symposium proceedings. All rights will remain with
>>the author. Papers will be selected for twenty-minute
>>presentations as part of the daily schedule of speakers. Papers
>>may be grouped by the Center in a panel discussion format.
>>Proposals for panel discussions are encouraged. Proposals should
>>include names of prospective panelists and topic, which should
>>address the general areas of the symposium. Papers may be grouped
>>by the Center in a panel discussion format.
>>In addition to academic and theoretical papers, submissions of
>>technology-based or technology-oriented creative works are
>>encouraged. Maximum one proposal per person or team, and we
>>reserve the right not to review multiple pieces in a single
>>submission. All submissions must be accompanied by a one-page
>>description/abstract for presentation at the symposium about the
>>work, a list of complete technical needs, biography and contact
>>information. See specific categories for additional
>>requirements. All presenters and artists are encouraged to speak
>>about their work at the symposium. Symposium registration will be
>>required for all symposium attendees.
>>Music submissions (composition, performance, theory,
>>interactivity, signal processing and music understanding) are
>>encouraged. Works for instruments, digital media, CD or
>>interactive compositions are also being solicited for "tape only"
>>concerts or live performance. Works should not exceed 15 minutes
>>in length and should be submitted with accompanying score, where
>>appropriate. Music must be submitted on CD for review, with
>>accompanying scores as required. Musicians, dancers and actors
>>may be available for live performance pieces. All submissions must
>>be accompanied by a one page description/abstract for presentation
>>at the symposium about the work. Complete technical and
>>performance requirements must be included.
>>Submissions of digital art, web art and other technology-based or
>>technology-oriented art forms are encouraged. Submissions of
>>desktop interactive works, self-contained web works, time based
>>work, performance and installations will be considered. Acceptance
>>may be constrained by technical needs, security and financial
>>considerations. Artworks will be reviewed on the basis of
>>documentation of the work presented in the form of a website, CD,
>>DVD, VHS or slides. Submissions must include a one-page
>>description/abstract for presentation at the symposium about the
>>work, portfolio (maximum 4 jpegs, no larger than 2 Mb each), brief
>>biography, contact details, and complete technical needs and
>>spatial requirements
>>Submissions of short video or film works that include a
>>significant 'technology' component in their creation, aesthetic or
>>theme are encouraged. The 'tech' involved may be 'high' or 'low',
>>ranging from digital animations and motion capture work on the
>>'high-tech' end to various methods of creating film without
>>photography, or novel uses of the projector beam on the low tech
>>side. Works that display worthy reflections on the nexus of art,
>>society and technology, even if created by primarily
>>'conventional' means, are encouraged. Submissions in the category
>>of 'expanded cinema' and projection performance will be accepted,
>>but resources are limited and artists presenting such work should
>>expect to bring all or much of their own essential gear.
>>Submissions must include a one-page description/abstract of the
>>work and VHS, DV or DVCAM tape, DVD (tape preferred). For works
>>involving anything other than standard video or 16mm projection, a
>>complete description of technical and space needs is required.
>>Exhibition format will be DV, DVCAM, or 16mm film (no home-burned
>>DVDs).Selection for screening may be made in part on the maker's
>>willingness/ability to attend the symposium.
>>Computer-generated or computer-aided dance compositions and
>>theater works are being solicited for live demonstrations or for
>>videotaped presentations. Specially produced dance or theater
>>videos are of particular interest as opposed to concert tapes or
>>other archival uses of video. Also of interest are proposals for
>>workshops, demonstrations of software for dance or theater
>>notation, choreographic analysis, interactive studies and/or multi-
>>media studies of performance in dance and theater. Performances
>>may be accepted, but will be limited by technical needs and
>>financial considerations. All submissions should be accompanied by
>>a web site, CD, DVD or VHS, and one page description/abstract for
>>presentation at the symposium about the work, biography, contact
>>details, and complete technical needs and spatial requirements.
>>(must be postmarked or emailed by date)
>>November 1, 2005: Commissioned Works Deadline
>>December 1, 2005: Commissioned Works Notification
>>December 1, 2005: General Submission Deadline
>>December 22, 2005: General Acceptance Notification
>>January 31, 2006: Final papers must be received as a PDF
>>March 27 - April 1, 2006: Residencies for Commissioned Works
>>March 30 - April 1, 2006: Symposium
>>Submissions, art works, slides, CDs, DVDs, VHS, tapes or scores
>>will only be returned if a self-addressed stamped envelope or
>>packaging is provided.
>>Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology
>>Connecticut College
>>270 Mohegan Avenue - BOX 5365
>>New London, CT USA 06320-4196
>>phone: [860] 439-2001
>>email: cat_at_conncoll.edu
>cultstud-l mailing list: cultstud-l_at_mailman.acomp.usf.edu

Jeremy Hunsinger
Center for Digital Discourse and Culture
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