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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CALL FOR PAPERS: Natural Language Generation, 4-7 Sep 2017, Santiago de Compostela, SPAIN,

https://eventos.citius.usc.es/inlg2017/index

INLG 2017

For the second time since its inception, the International Conference on Natural Language 
Generation (INLG) will this year include independently organised workshops. These will take 
place on 4 September, immediately prior to the conference itself.

The INLG organisers and SIGGEN invite further proposals for one-day or half-day workshops at 
INLG 2017, which will be held in Santiago de Compostela. Workshops can focus on any topic that 
is viewed as relevant to the Natural Language Generation community. We especially invite 
proposals for workshops in relatively new areas which have recently begun to attract interest 
in the research community, or topics where greater interaction between the NLG community and 
another established research community can be beneficial to both fields. Proposals for workshops 
which form part of an existing series are also welcome.

Proposals should be sent directly to the INLG 2017 Workshop Chairs on wp.inlg2017@dlsi.ua.es

Workshops at INLG 2017 should be planned as half-day or full one-day events and will take place 
on September 4th. Proposals should be approximately two pages long, and should include the 
following information:
+ The names and affiliations of the organisers; The name of the workshop 
+ and its duration (half-day or full-day); A description of the workshop 
+ aims; An indication of the research communities that the workshop is 
+ expected
to target;
+ A list of programme committee members.

Important dates:
1 March 2017: Deadline for receipt of workshop proposals
15 March 2017: Notification of acceptance

*Suggested* timeline for workshop organisers following acceptance:
Call for Workshop papers or abstracts: April 2017 Submissions due: June 2, 2017 Notification 
of acceptance: July 3, 2017 Camera-ready papers due: July 20, 2017

Further details are available on the conference website:

https://eventos.citius.usc.es/inlg2017/submissions