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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: CICLing 2009 with Lexicom 2009: NLP & Computational Linguistics

www.CICLing.org/2009

       CICLing 2009 + Lexicom 2009                

       10th International Conference
       on Intelligent Text Processing
       and Computational Linguistics;
       pre-conf event:
       Lexicom-Americas 2009 workshop

       Mexico City, Mexico
       CICLing: March 1-7, 2009
       Lexicom: February 24-28

       www.CICLing.org/2009

PUBLICATION: 
       LNCS: Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science,
       separate processings of poster session

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:
       Jill Burstain, ITS,
       Ken Church, Microsoft,
       Dekang Lin, Google

TOURS:
       Monarch Butterfly wintering site,
       Indian pyramids, cave, and more.

AWARDS:
       Best paper, best student paper,
       best presentation, best poster.

SUBMISSION DEADLINES: 
       November 3: registration of tentative abstract,
       November 10: uploading of full papers
       (contact us for late submissions)

TOPICS:

       All topics related with computational
       linguistics, natural language processing,
       human language technologies, information
       retrieval, etc.

See complete CFP and contact on www.CICLing.org/2009.